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Our visit to the Wine museum was both good and bad.
The good is with regards to the museum. It charts the wine making process in the Mendoza area and has a huge collection of artifacts that have been used in the production process.
we thought this place was great. it is expensive - 220 argentine pesos each - BUT, this gets you a 30 minute tour, walking round the museum, 2 good size tastings and THEN, you can use the 220 you paid to redeem bottles of wine....More
While on paper this was a recommended visit, this turned a major disappointment.
Anyone who's been seen a few wineries will realize this is a tourist trap.
Despite having some interesting artifacts in the so-called museum of wine, there was barely time to visit the...More
The wine was fantastic but the tour, the museum and the view were all disappointing, and the tasting of the wine was far from being generous. For what you get it’s a bit overpriced and overrated in my opinion.
When we arrived the facilities were really impressive and we were welcomed by the staff.
We were told that there was no English tour, so we opted for the 150 peso entry fee per person to take ourselves around the museum. The entry fee included...More
We arrived at the start of the day on the understanding that the tour was every half an hour. We were then told that the English language tour had just left and the next one was in an hour. In hindsight we should have gone...More
I'll start by saying we love Rutini wine. But the service when we went was so poor I would recommend skipping this spot. We waited for 15 min to have a tasting only to be told they had an event and could not serve us....More
We had 12:00 reservation for an English tour of the museum & winery, for which we had to wait 20 min for the tour guide to show up. The guide seemed disinterested and going through the motions, giving us the basics. The museum and the...More
We spent a couple of hours at La Rural during our time in the Mendoza area. The tour of the vineyard was a typical affair- barrels, vats, etc. The wine museum on the property was, for me, far more interesting. I would have appreciated being...More