Discover the best top things to do in Tunuyan Department, Argentina including Cabalgatas Relincho, Laureano Gomez Winemaker, Bodega Corazon del Sol, SOLOCONTIGO Wine, Bodega Monteviejo, Bodegas Salentein, Gimenez Riili Winery & Vineyards, Parque de la Lombardia, Bodega Piedra Negra, Clos de los Siete.
Restaurants in Tunuyan Department
5.0 based on 17 reviews
Cabalgatas Relincho is the best option to visit Uco Valley and have a horseback riding experience while you try malbec wine in one of the world famous wineries of the zone.
5.0 based on 39 reviews
Carla gave us a great tour of the LG Bodega today which we really enjoyed as it is a family-owned and operated business unlike the other BIG operations. The tour was less formal and more personalised. The highlight was chatting with Laureano himself and hearing about his vision to transition from a bodega employee to having his own successful company. It really was something different from the other bodega visits we've done and, to top it all off, the wines are terrific. The gran reserva pinot noir is spectacular! Thank you so much!
5.0 based on 43 reviews
Boutique winery from famed Napa/Oregon vintner, Dr. Revana. Pursuing the extreme terroir of Los Chacayes through meticulous farming of 17 acres of estate vineyards dedicated to Bordeaux and Rhone varieties at 3,600 in elevation. Winemaker, Santiago Achaval curates super-premium, small-production, single-vineyard wines featured at their beautiful Uco Valley tasting room. Appt. only
This is a brand new winery just built in the famous Little Village next to The Vines. They have had vineyard properties for quite a few years and finally built a winery worth visiting and tasting the excellent wines they are producing.
5.0 based on 59 reviews
A winery that merges with the beautiful landscape, at the base of the Andes mountains. The world-renowned architects of the Bormida & Yanzon studio were responsible for their design.The Tourism area has several environments for wine tasting, tasting room, an outdoor patio with private spaces, and a romantic underground cava. It also has a modern and provocative art gallery.
This winery is a beautiful house and Dani sure makes you feel like you are at home. Beatiful, quite place, excellent taste in deco and art. Good wines! Great experience!
4.5 based on 167 reviews
New to the wine circuit, this vineyard at the foot of the Andes is quickly growing in popularity.
Wow. The best bodega that we visited (out of at least 10) in all of Mendoza. We had eaten dinner at 1884 in Mendoza and the somellier had recommended the fantastic red wine blend from this vineyard. The wine was so good that we decided to seek out the vineyard, and we’re glad we did. We booked lunch (four courses with generously poured & well selected wine pairings) and it was outstanding. The food was exquisite, the wine top notch (especially the red wine blend which is paired with the main course) and the service was excellent. Plus the view from the dining room is incredible. If you are in Valle de Uco, make sure you have lunch here!
4.5 based on 1,147 reviews
We booked the tour and wine tasting the day before, we were lucky. Charlie our guide was lovely almost like a close friend who we could talk about anything, she explained everything perfectly and answered our questions with even more information for our trip. The tasting is enjoyable, we had so much fun, shared some laughs about our poory palate for wine. I highly recommend to have lunch there if you can, every step of the meal offers a different wine and you can refill as many times as you want (be carefull!). The only negative thing we found is that they dont have a strong vegetarian alternative, all the dishes are meatbased and the "alternative" wasn't on the menu, hope they see this review and make some changes. The best part is the view that joins you throughout the whole experience.
4.5 based on 509 reviews
Gimenez Riili Winery & Vineyards, where birth is given to the wines that have transcended Argentina's boundaries and are part of the tables of those who enjoy life and share a passion for wine.
We had a relaxing delicious lunch at Gimenez Rilli. The location and the views from the restaurant are fantastic. It was a slow pace - we were not rushed. Allow yourself plenty of time to enjoy. Creative menu and we really enjoyed all the fantastic wines we were able to try. We really appreciated how easy it was to book the lunch by email.
4.5 based on 42 reviews
After searching extensively across several regions of Argentina, Francois Lurton planted his vines in the Uco Valley, in the foothills of the Andes Cordillera, at an altitude of 1,100 m, in semi-desert conditions. A pioneer of the Uco Valley, he built his winery, Bodega Piedra Negra, in the heart of 200 hectares of virgin land acquired in the middle of what, a few years later, would become the Geographical Indication of Los Chacayes. Visit our vineyard and learn about our organic philosophy over the course of a private guided tour. We offer a superb range of activities enabling you to learn about the wines and the terroir and explore the environment surrounding the Hacienda.
4.0 based on 196 reviews
We went in January 2019 to Clos de los Siete. It is a collection of seven (siete) vineyards that was the brainchild of a prominent French winemaker, Michel Rolland, who partnered with seven Bordeaux families to create this unique wine making project. Spectacular setting and excellent wines. We visited two of the seven and were not disappointed. Highly recommended.
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