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Wine Not Mendoza

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Wine Not Mendoza

102 Reviews
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Mendoza lies in the foothills of the mighty Andes Mountains, along part of the Pan-American Highway. On this tour, venture out of the city for a thrilling road trip into the mountains. Along the way, stop to visit the traditional Andean villages of Potrerillos and Uspallata, admire natural wonders such as the rock bridge of Puente del Inca, and enjoy views of Aconcagua, the highest peak in the Americas.
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Nicole U wrote a review Jun 2018
Santa Monica, California26 contributions11 helpful votes
I discovered Wine Not in a New York Times 36 Hours in Mendoza article and am so glad I sought it out. My husband and I had a wonderful 5 "step" tasting with Matias on our second night in Mendoza. As other reviewers have stated he is a wealth of knowledge on Wine and the region. (Which makes sense as he is a sommelier). He is extremely hospitable and speaks perfect English which is an added bonus. I wish we would have visited on our first night but he was closed. I think I heard him mention that he takes reservations so if you are short on time in the area I would contact him a few days in advance.
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Date of experience: June 2018
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Lauren P wrote a review Mar 2018
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I wish we’d come here our first day in Mendoza City, as Matt was a wealth of knowledge about the area! This is a unique experience where Matt picks which wines you taste—they were all fabulous, and as good or better than any we had at any of the wineries we visited. We also learned about Argentine culture and politics and really enjoyed chatting with Matt. At first I thought $500 seemed expensive for a tasting, but each “taste” is nearly a glass of wine of great quality, so well worth it!!
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Date of experience: March 2018
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clockbenwise wrote a review Mar 2018
Los Angeles, California1 contribution
Amazing wine tasting! Highly recommended! This warm place offers very good wine tasting that you can join with cheesse o empanadas. We had an awesome time and its a very good option if you want to get to know local and also small wineries/producers. Thank you Matias for your time!! Best wishes!
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Date of experience: February 2018
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amunns33 wrote a review Mar 2018
Chichester, United Kingdom6 contributions
Matias provided us with some wonderful information about local wines and we tasted three different, interesting and unusual wines. The accompanying cheese plate was perfect. We had great fun playing the wine aroma game that was on our table - education and fun. Smells can be very hard to label even if you are certain it is familiar Thank you.
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Date of experience: February 2018
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70ava wrote a review Mar 2018
Beijing, China583 contributions262 helpful votes
We came the first night a bit after 2130, not knowing that they close at 10 pm. The young guy who opened the door was almost hostile, saying that they close soon and would not let us in. Since the place comes highly recommended, we came the next day at 8 pm. Again, cold reception. Giving us the menus and telling us that basically they choose for us what we drink. The selection is very limited - either 5 wines of their choice for 500 pesos, or 3 types of wines by cup. We were only interested in Malbec and when we said that, they became even more hostile. We were alone in the place - and because of that repeated attitude we decided to leave. They just could not care less. No idea why they come so recommended. Just go one more block to Plaza Italia and try Chinitas Wine Club and you will see the difference immediately.
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Date of experience: March 2018
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