We had a great & relaxed lunch, with lovely wine and a espectacular view. Service is friendly, we really had a great time. It isn't cheap but from my point of view it's worthwhile.
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A five course lunch with a different wine for each. Food local and the wines all from the bodegas. A background of vines and the Andes in the distance, quite a sight with snow on the top peaks. A quiet day with good service and...More
This is a fairly small winery with only estate grown Malbec. We had lunch here, and it was very good and reasonable (495 pesos) with wine-pairings. They have a beautiful view over their vineyard, of the Andes from the dining room. The only problem is...More
The tour of the winery was fairly comprehensive. Towards the end of the tour there was room filled with isolated scents. One could then separate the floral nut and plant bouquets of various wines. The dining room where lunch was served had glass windows overlooking...More
Nice place to get the experience of the wine scents, they have a aroma room with all the wine smells. instagram: carol_lifestyle twitter: @caroldyamasaki
Very classy place to have a formal lunch. We brought our 2 year old daughter with us, but thankfully she slept through the entire meal while my wife and I could enjoy our lunch. There was a long wait, even though we had called ahead...More
Attracted by the food, little did I know that this was a 100% Malbec Winery, and all vineyards on this 222 estate acres are 100+ year old vines flourishing around this restaurant, all part of the amazing view, all part of the dining wine pairing...More
five courses of a tasting menu on the terrace following an in depth tour of the vineyard was a highlight - would fully recommend.
Restaurant: Nice views to the vineyard, but poor ambience: it is VERY noisy, and feels cramped, which constantly takes you out of the experience. We could barely hear our waitress every time she came to explain each course and its wine. Food: Nothing impressive but...More