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All reviews lunch pork empanadas steak brownie cakes uco valley small winery great wine amazing food highlight of our trip five courses main course book in advance humble man set price beautiful family
Ten of us ate here in January. The owner is really nice, tells great stories about his hunting wild bore with his dogs, and is generous with letting you taste different wines. The food was excellent and overall the place just has a great vibe...More
Ezekiel, quite handsome, warmly greeted our party of five as we entered the relaxed outdoor dining area. Unfortunately, we arrived without a reservation and the empty tables would soon be filled with a soon to arrive party. He quickly resolved the situation for us by...More
I cannot say enough kind things about the restaurant. The staff excellent. The wine tasting that came with our meal was fantastic. The setting and vibe were the best in Uco that we experienced. The owner walked around greeted the guests and even cleared tables....More
My boyfriend and I have been traveling in Argentina for six weeks and have eaten some pretty amazing meals, but this was the best meal/experience we have had in this country. The setting is beautiful and relaxed while still being upscale, the food and wine...More
Picnic, hanging out, have it you way is the definition of this place. Boutique Loki wines and food. A great place to stop and have a bite or bring your own wine and meet others doing so. You won't be attracted by anything else but...More
A very different wine tasting!!!! We have 5 course of lunch!!!! Everything was great!!! I don’t know what was the first plate, second a “empanada”, then a “choripan”. The principal plate was a “Bondiola”(pork) really really good!! Everything with a different wine!! At the end...More
The best winery tour in Mendoza!! Our sommelier was very knowledgeable but most importantly engaging and fun. A fantastic family owned winery in beautiful surroundings creating phenomenal wines.
Unfortunately we did not have the opportunity to visit the restaurant, though it looked to be of...More
This is my third year in a row coming to La Azul. I love it more each time. The wine is always amazing and generously poured ;) and the food is fantastic. What I love most is the experience. They truly have a great vibe...More
I can't say enough about Bodega La Azul. The wine AND the food are absolutely amazing, along with the quality of service.
The staff here really makes you feel like family, plus the views are absolutely stunning.
This is always the highlight of our trip...More
Bodega La Azul is the restaurant at the La Azul Winery. The hotel Finca La Azul has it's own restaurant. Both restaurants are owned and run by different family members and are excellent! They are on the same property but... More
Bodega La Azul is the restaurant at the La Azul Winery. The hotel Finca La Azul has it's own restaurant. Both restaurants are owned and run by different family members and are excellent! They are on the same property but about a 4 block walk thru the grapevines and peach orchard. The bodega is more for lunch--several courses with wine pairings. Dinners at the La Azul especially if you are staying there have surprise menus daily. Go to both if you can--you won't be sorry. They are different experiences.