Our Mendoza wine tours invite you to visit a wide range of wineries along Mendoza’s wine country. As you probably know, the main three areas: Maipu, Uco Valley and Lujan de Cuyo, cradle of Malbec, are located at the foothills of the Andes in the center-west side of Argentina. This dessertic and rocky region holds more than one thousand wineries and a vast territory of vineyards planted with all European and American varieties of grapes as Malbec, Bonarda, Torrontes, Cabernets and a lot more.
Everything began at the times of immigration when our grandparents came from Europe, in most cases trying to find a new home. Also, the first grape vines, as well as olive trees, were brought in long ship journeys crossing the Atlantic Ocean to arrive in Buenos Aires and then by train to Mendoza, where the best weather and soil conditions are given for the development of the wine industry.
Finally, more than one hundred wineries are open to tourism. Each one has acquired its own personality and a unique style trying to develop the best wines as possible. Others, have added in site extra attractions for visitors, inviting local and international artists to expose all kind of art pieces. Into the wineries all kind of events take place as well. From art galleries to weddings, product’s presentations, wine fairs and business meetings. But the pearl of each day, are the thousands of wine tastings that tourists are able to take.
A wine tour in Mendoza is a must if you love wine and visit Argentina!
We have to tell, connectivity to Mendoza isn’t yet the best around the world, but still there are very good options to fly here from Buenos Aires, Bariloche in Patagonia or from Santiago de Chile.
How to travel to Mendoza from Buenos Aires?
As Mendoza is approximately 1000km away from Buenos Aires, normally we recommend flying. Naturally, Aerolineas Argentinas is the company that offers the widest timetable. But also, if you would like to reach out cheaper options, you can check out either FlyBondy or JetSmart what also connects Mendoza with Patagonia.
How to get from Santiago to Mendoza?
First of all we always like to say that depends on the time of the year, because in Summer season ir really make sense to travel by car or private trasnsfer and cross the Andes live that unique experience. In winter the road could be closed due to snow storms for some days. Then, if you like to travel by plane, check prices on LATAM Airlines or Sky if you prefer low-costs.
BEST MENDOZA WINERIES
If you don’t know which wineries you can visit in Mendoza, then here are some recommendations from our passengers. The top wineries to visit according to their experiences. Some of them offer options for lunch or just enjoying a good tasting. See the complete list.
At SAK, everything is done thinking in the travel experience. The first question we ask ourselves is how we can help to make you have a perfect trip. We work hard every day to create different ventures for every Mendoza wine tours, so in first place, we are open to work together with you, listen to your needs and give you recommendations based on our knowledge and background.
When you visit our site, you will find more than 90 different tours developed for different styles of travelers, and even though we believe those are great options, all of them can be customized.
Although, we know a wine traveler is not just a simple tourist. Wine as a travel motivator needs a plus, and and we understand this as well as you do. All our staff receive permanent training in site, visiting every winery, wine hotels and wine spa’s to be able to give our clients the exact information and use this value to customize our trips.
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