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Mendoza

Fine Dining and Wines in the Andean Foothills

The Mendoza region was settled by the Spanish, but as it’s seismically active the major settlements have had to be rebuilt several times. Wine making was introduced as early as 1557, and the Christian missionaries who brought the first vines ensured that they produced a good supply of sacramental wines. It’s estimated that over 360,000 acres of land is used for viticulture in Mendoza, with popular varietals including Malbec, Cabernet sauvignon, and Tempranillo. The Andean scenery is an impressive backdrop to a drive along the wine route, and there are some excellent wineries where you can stop for tastings along the way.
 
We will select a superb property such as Casa de Uco or Cavas set in the heart of vineyards where you can while away the days exploring, knowing that you can expect a sumptuous meal and an endless array of fine estate bottled wines.
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Accommodation:
Cavas Wine Lodge
Travel+Leisure says that Cavas Wine Lodge is the #1 hotel in South America. And who are we to disagree? This luxurious Relais & Chateaux property has a magnificent position in the Andean foothills, and sits within its very own 55 acre vineyard.
Accommodation:
Casa de Uco
We’ll take you along the winding roads through the vineyards of Mendoza to Casa de Uco, a 320-hectare estate. With the vineyards on your doorstep, and the Andes Mountains behind, you’ll be hard pressed to find a more scenic location, or a better spot to indulge your love of fine wine.