Tupungato Divino


  • Serene retreat
  • Gorgeous mountain views
  • Superlative restaurant
  • Attentive owners
  • Good value


  • The pool isn't very private when the restaurant fills up at lunchtime

Published 12/07/2016

Fodor's Review

Architect Sergio Viegas and economist Pablo Cerutti traded Buenos Aires for the tranquility of the Valle de Uco, and the popular posada they opened is now in the heart of Uco wine land. Its rustic chalets have sweeping views of the Andes and offer some of the best value lodging near Tupungato’s wineries; each is equipped with a woodstove for the winter, plus a private patio looking out onto the property's own biodynamic Syrah vineyard. High on a hillside, the romantic lodge restaurant ($$$) serves breakfast and dinner for guests only; however, it is open to the general public at lunch. The modern Argentine menu—which changes according to what's ripe, appealing, or in season (often from the garden)—is handwritten on a blackboard. A tasting menu of starters and desserts will keep any picky eater happy, and the selection of mains offers plenty of choice. The Valley de Uco wine list is excellent.

Hotel Information


RP89 and Calle Los Europeos s/n, Tupungato, Mendoza, 5551, Argentina

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Hotel Details:

  • 4 rooms
  • Rate includes: Breakfast

Published 12/07/2016


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