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Historic Bodega La Abeja brings Romance to Winemaking

We are driving from Buenos Aires to the US on a one year tour with our two toddlers (crazy) so we... read more

Reviewed 6 July 2013
DillyDesigner
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Buenos Aires, Argentina
Charming, Accessible Bodega

Tato greeted us with enthusiasm and interest. Private tour without a reservation and minimal charge... read more

Reviewed 28 April 2013
Tennis1957-13
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Seattle, Washington
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La Abeja Winery , is located in the department of San Rafael , in the south of the province of Mendoza, Argentina. Founded in 1883, it is San Rafael's oldest winery.
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Avenida Pte H Yrigoyen 1900, San Rafael M5602HCS, Argentina
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Reviewed 6 July 2013

We are driving from Buenos Aires to the US on a one year tour with our two toddlers (crazy) so we could only visit a couple of bodegas in San Rafael. We decided on La Abeja because it was the oldest bodega and we wanted...More

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Guadalupe A, Gerente at Winery La Abeja, responded to this reviewResponded 11 October 2017

Thanks Dylan for your opinion and now we do paid tastings that are guided for our oenologist. We had in count your opinion. Thanks for visited us, and we hope to see you and your family one day Cheers. La Abeja´s Team

Reviewed 28 April 2013

Tato greeted us with enthusiasm and interest. Private tour without a reservation and minimal charge to get to watch a load of malbec grapes being unloaded right into the crusher/de-stemmer. It was all so low-key; we learned about the history of Abeja, what Abeja means...More

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Guadalupe A, Gerente at Winery La Abeja, responded to this reviewResponded 11 October 2017

Thanks for your visit and for your great opinión. Hope to see you soon. La Abeja´s Team

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