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Mendoza Wine Tour with Lunch

Highlights
  • 8-hour wine tour in Mendoza wine country
  • Sip a variety of local wines like malbec, and leave the driving to a professional!
  • Visit three wineries in the Luján de Cuyo wine area of Mendoza
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Mendoza Wine Tour with Lunch
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Mendoza Wine Tour with Lunch
US$ 150.00
Overview
Discover the vineyards of Mendoza's wine region on this full-day guided tour. Learn about the winemaking process by visiting three different wineries in the Luján de Cuyo region with an informative wine-loving guide. Taste several varietals, including the regional specialty, malbec, and enjoy a picnic lunch and a visit to a local olive oil factory. Round-trip hotel transport by minivan is included.
What to Expect
Board your air-conditioned minivan at your centrally located Mendoza hotel and set off for the wine country. Arrive in Luján de Cuyo, in the upper Mendoza Valley, where chardonnay, malbec and cabernet sauvignon grapes all thrive at the 3,820-foot (1,000-meter) elevation. Your fascinating day of Mendoza wine tours begins here.

Meet a staff member at your first Mendoza winery for a tour that includes the winery's history and architecture. Enjoy your first Mendoza wine tasting of the day while hearing about the winemaking process and some notes on how to taste and appreciate different varietals.

Climb back aboard your minivan for the additional wine tours, enjoying the sights of the Mendoza vineyards shaded by the distant Andes on the way. At each winery, including Tempus Alba, Altavista and Luigi Bosca, you will learn the particulars of the different histories and methods involved in their varied approaches to winemaking. 

Stop at the Pasrai Olive Oil Factory for a tasting of a different type before settling down to a shady picnic lunch in a peaceful outdoor setting. Your wine-tasting day ends with drop-off at your Mendoza hotel.
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Expetacular! Perfect tour for a short trip to Mendoza

WOW! This tour was awesome! Our tour guide Lina and Driver Omar were super friendly and patient. You can immediately identify the wonderful and professional relationships they have with the bodegas and olivera. We visited 3 bodegas (Tempus Alba, Luigi Bosca y Clos de Chacras),...More

2  Thank MsElyta
Reviewed 22 July 2018 via mobile
Wine Country Argentina

So...for starters my review is 100% unbiased and honest. So first off my tour was late....I know they said between 0830-0900...but I am a bit punctual. So when they came at 0910 and I was on the phone with the company it was nothing but...More

1  Thank Luis M
Reviewed 4 July 2018 via mobile
Beautiful Bodegas

This is a great tour. The three bodegas are beautiful and unique with rich histories. Everyone we met was knowledgeable and ready to share with the guests. We also enjoyed a stop at an olive oil factory where we learned about the production and sampled...More

Thank kdg0326
Reviewed 19 April 2018 via mobile
Absolut Highlight in Mendoza

Wow wow wow!!!! This tour might be a bit expensive, but people, ever cent you spend is well worth spent! The tour is absolutely amazing! The wineries we visited were all TOP, but the best thing in all was definitely the lunch in Andeluna. Oh...More

1  Thank Seraina B
Reviewed 13 April 2018
Wow, what a trip

Pick up was fairly quick and painless and we proceeded to Lujan del Cuyo area seeing three wineries, ReNacer, Caelum and Ruca Malen where we had an eight course tasting menu with wine flight. Although we had a fairly mixed group of Greek, Brazilian, British...More

1  Thank Cliveratnagiri
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On our tour the guide spoke both English and Spanish and repeated everything he said in Spanish in English immediately thereafter. His English wasn’t perfect or that of a native speaker but he was very charming and... More
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