One of the first foreign investors in Argentina, the French champagne house Chandon realized the region’s great potential for sparkling wines after a visit to the region in the 1950s.
As one of the most important sparkling wine labels in the world, their investment attracted floods of other investors and they are credited with creating a boom in foreign interest in the region.
Their winery is an hour south of Mendoza city in the middle of a vineyard district Alto Agrelo, Luján de Cuyo, and shows the different methods of sparkling wine production which include both handmade sparkling wines (champenoise) and those made in larger tanks (charmat).
Taste your way throughout the different lines of bubbles in the tasting room, including Blanc de Blanc (white wine from white grapes) and Blanc de Noir (white wine from red grapes) wines.
Foodie’s Delight: Their attractive L' Orangerie restaurant has a great sparkling wine paired lunch which will tickle food lovers’ taste buds with interesting textures and flavors!
Located within 35 acres of vineyards, Cavas Wine Lodge is a unique wine lodging experience, surrounded by well-known Mendoza wineries in Lujan de Cuyo.
The Furlotti family has lived on this Chacras de Coria finca for more than three generations. Gabriela, the owner, is very personable and leads lively wine tastings and cooking classes with her guests.
Owned by a Argentine family whose passion for gardening came to life while visiting France, Casa Glebinias is located in the middle of a vast garden with a strong emphasis on tranquility through nature.
Designed like a log cabin placed perfectly in the midst of acres of vineyards, Lares de Chacras offers tranquility in the middle of Chacras de Coria.
The Inn of Vistalba is an unique place, located at the Carlos Pulenta Winery. Guests have the opportunity to stay in an actual wine cellar, where they can witness the whole wine process.
Located in Lujan de Cuyo, Villa Mansa is located among many vineyards, close by to famed wineries such as Vistalba, Achával Ferrer, Senetiner, Faivre Montmayou and Kaiken.
This is a unique dining experience where you get your own private room just for your party.
Located in Dominio del Plata winery in Agrelo, Osadia de Crear offers a diverse menu based on a fusion of Argentine and Mediterranean cuisines.
Located in the leafy suburban town Chacras de Coria, 15 minutes away from the city of Mendoza, this restaurant, popular with locals and tourists, is known for their steak and other Argentine classics. The large sundeck is perfect for dining al fresco…
Located inside an old adobe house on the property of Bodega Estrella de Los Andes, Primula Cantina Ferroviaria brings together food and wine with the history.
Hidden away in a picturesque corner of enormous vineyards, Achaval Ferrer is one of the most visited wineries in Mendoza. It achieved huge international fame as it began to score some of the highest points for an Argentine wine.
In 2003, Walter Bressia decided to follow his dream of making his own wines, and started Bodega Bressia with his wife and children. Set among vineyards and a peaceful garden with a babbling brook, the winery is a beautiful villa style design.
In 2009, the Pimentel family, who specialized in farm management, created Caelum project after deciding to move from Buenos Aires to Mendoza. Recruiting the help of Italian winemaker Guiseppe Franceschini, they started making European style wines.
Stretched out like a Spanish villa, Decero has beautiful gardens with a perfect Andean view of the Cordon del Plata mountain range and Tupungato volcano.
This picturesque traditional winery has lots of charm and a rich heritage still housing South America’s oldest white wine, a Semillon from 1942. The old white wine was originally used for blending with red wines (a common practice at the time).
Argentina Rafting will give you the adrenaline rush you might be looking for beneath gorgeous blue skies right in the middle of the mountains.
During your horseback rides at the finca, guests have the opportunity to select which wineries to visit. Wineries often visited include Viña Cobos, Decero, Belasco de Baquedano, Septima, Ruca Malen, Melipal, Cruzat, Norton, and Terraza de los Andes.
Rincon de los Oscuros raise their own cattle and horses, and share breathtaking views with guests - condors and other rare wildlife are the norm. Enjoy a half day or a full day tour.
Entre Cielos offers the only first traditional (hamam) Turkish bath circuit in all of Latin America. Hamams are the perfect place to unwind and reconnect with your body.
Termas de Cacheuta Springs offers massages and relaxation in an adventurous, natural setting, overlooking breathtaking mountains. You can laze the day away wading from hot spring to hot spring.
At this store, dedicated to folk are, you can view and purchase many types of folk art, including tapestries, ceramics, wood carvings, silverware and religious objects.
Named Emiliano Guianazu or Casa Fader in honor of one of hte most important impressionist artists from Argentina, Fernando Fader, this museum is located in Mayor Drummond, Lujan de Cuyo.