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Bodega Alta Vista

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Bodega Alta Vista

465 Reviews
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Alzaga 3972, Lujan de Cuyo, Mendoza 5505 Argentina
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To get to know Mendoza's wineries,<br>This is the best option for being the best wineries and of greater category of Mendoza all in a single day, you can have lunch in the cellar (optional) before finishing the tour
$35.00 per adult
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Fredrik I wrote a review Jan 2020
11 contributions2 helpful votes
Beautiful garden and Nice wine cellar. We had a Nice lunch outside in the garden. Bought some really Nice rose from the store
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Lautman3 wrote a review Jan 2020
Cincinnati, Ohio10 contributions2 helpful votes
We loved the tasting at Alta Vista. First, we set under the olive trees sampling wonderful empanadas and sipping wine. The breeze and the sun was wonderful. Then we went into the cellar. This winery is only 20 years old and makes the wine with new technology and old world knowledge. Focused on quality not quantity, with French influences. Our tasting was well planned and we enjoyed it very much!
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Confusious wrote a review Dec 2019
Edinburgh, United Kingdom5 contributions
This place was one of three places recommended by our host. We had the picnic lunch (asado) and we were disappointed with the overall experience. We may have set ourselves unrealistic expectations with only around a dozen customers we hoped to be spoiled with great service and a fabulous experience. First, we were warmly greeted and asked to sit anywhere of our liking. The garden setting is casual and we sat under a lovely oak tree with ample shade. We were served one glass of white wine and a glass of rose so that we could share the tasting along with a small bottle of water to share. The appetizers consisted of three croutons topped with blood sausage,egg plant vinigarette and a sliced sausage all of which were lovely. We finshed our wines and appetizers and recieved no futher service and so we drank our water in full. We were later served the asado with pickled vegetables and a bread roll. This was consumed with no drinks (wine or water!!). When offered a top up of food we were only then offered a glass of malbec. The dessert consisted of a peach, cream and dulce de leche and a final glass of donado. The food was tasty enough but service completely devoid. There was no explanation of the wines that were served to us nor were we offered a wine/price list so that we could buy any of the wines we were tasting. When leaving we had to hunt to find a staff member so that we could pay. On finding someone we were taken to the wine store and shown a wine list if we wanted to buy (which we had expected to) but who knew what we had tasted?? The experience could and should have been so much more if staff cared about the business and the service they were giving. What a real shame! So much potential but way way underdelivered. Three glasses of wine each with a small picnic lunch for 1,980 peso.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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David E wrote a review Dec 2019
Leicester, United Kingdom603 contributions349 helpful votes
We had an interesting tour here, although perhaps not in the same depth as at other wineries. It was one of the most modern wineries we visited with many huge steel tanks in addition to the more traditional concrete tanks used in the original winery. The most interesting wine we tasted here was their traditional method sparkling wine made from 80% Pinot noir and 20% Chardonnay which we thought to be excellent (and bought). This bodega offers picnic lunches, and although we didn’t have one, the lovely garden (with many tables and chairs scattered around) looked to be an idyllic location.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Johnnie C wrote a review Nov 2019
Scone, United Kingdom288 contributions45 helpful votes
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We arrived at Alta Vista in time for asado lunch with wine. There was no menu to choose but we were offered some light bites followed by vacío from the asado. We were given generous white, rosé and reds to sample with lunch. Food was good as was the wine. Frederico our English speaking host took the lunch group into the cellar as there were no more tours available for the day. In all a very pleasant couple of hours in the garden at Alta Vista.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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