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Mendoza Wine Tour with Lunch
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Mendoza Wine Tour with Lunch

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Mendoza is Argentina’s largest wine region, famous for its red Malbec wines and set in the foothills of the Andes Mountains. This tour lets you visit three different wineries in one day, as well as visiting an olive oil factory and enjoying a picnic lunch amid the vineyards. Along the way, learn about the wine-making process and the effect that the high altitude has on the vines; sample a variety of wines including Malbec, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Chardonnay; and pick up tips on wine-tasting etiquette.
$80.00 per adult
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shawn4290 wrote a review Feb 2019
Auckland Central, New Zealand30 contributions9 helpful votes
We came for a degustation and tasting by bike. So friendly. Such a cool little family business. Great chutney great liquors especially the absinthe prepared in front of you on fire. Great value for money!
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Date of experience: February 2019
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oldar2008 wrote a review Nov 2017
Chacras de Coria, Argentina5 contributions
Wonderful little gem of a shop. Great variety of tastings as mentioned in previous reviews. I loved the chutney which we bought later to have with cheese. Delicious. The home made liquors were also delicious and a bottle of Irish cream joined our chutney for a feast later on. Lovely homemade produce. Great job Nora.
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Date of experience: November 2017
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Michael J wrote a review Nov 2016
Melbourne, Australia7 contributions
This place was AWESOME. We took the public bus from Mendoza to Chacras de Coria, which we then explored on foot. After visiting a couple of wineries we decided to check out what had been described to us as a "chocolate factory". In reality, this is more like a little shop selling a wide variety of sweet treats and savoury preserves, as well as assorted liqueurs. The señora who runs the shop also does all the cooking- these are all family recipes that have been passed down to her and she is very proud of her "hobby". And so she should be- everything we tasted was absolutely delicious... and we tasted a lot. There were about 10 different savoury preserves (smoked olive paste, eggplant chutney etc) followed by about the same number of sweet spreads (apple marmalade and hazelnut dulce de leche the highlights!). Then we were presented with a dozen different flavoured liqueurs, of which we could choose one each. Although she spoke little English and our Spanish is terrible, she was very kind and funny and super generous. I can't believe she doesn't charge people for these tastings- as she explained it is truly her "hobby" and she enjoys sharing that with others. I couldn't help but buy some of the Hazelnut Dulce de Leche. Everything was very reasonably priced and if we weren't returning home to Australia in a couple of days I would have bought much more. This was a lovely break from the wineries and I would HIGHLY RECOMMEND it to anybody!
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Date of experience: November 2016
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Jane P wrote a review Sep 2016
New York City, New York57 contributions19 helpful votes
We visited this shop during our bike tour with Martin's Bikes. The woman in charge set up literally DOZENS of preserves for us to taste -- olive spreads, jams, dulce de leche, etc. I tried them ALL! So good!! We also tasted homemade chocolates and two different liquors of our choosing. My favorite was the chocolate hazelnut liquor though the Absinthe was also really exciting to try. Everything is handmade from family recipes. It was a truly delicious and fun experience!
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Date of experience: September 2016
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TessaVeen wrote a review Dec 2013
The Netherlands56 contributions19 helpful votes
Hostel with restaurant set in old winery run by Italian family. Very friendly and attentive. Food was very tasty with Italian touch. Deserts are recommended too! Soon they Will be able to prepare authentic Italian espresso's and cappuccino's
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