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  • 1. Bodega Atamisque

    The gray adobe building with its uneven slate roof almost disappears against the background of bushes and mountains. This enormous estancia property (whose boundaries date...Read More

  • 2. Bodega Lagarde

    Built in 1897, Lagarde is one of the oldest wineries in Mendoza, and it's led by Sofía and Lucila Pescarmona, third-generation sisters who now cultivate...Read More

  • 3. Familia Zuccardi


    In 1950 Don Alberto Zuccardi, a civil engineer, developed a more modern system of irrigation for his vineyards in Maipú and later in Santa Rosa...Read More

  • 4. Matervini

    This modern winery in the heart of Lujan is Santiago Achaval (co-founder of Achaval Ferrer) and Roberto Cipresso's personal project. They make a series of...Read More

  • 5. Parque Provincial Aconcagua

    Extending 66,733 hectares (164,900 acres) over wild, high country, this provincial park has few trails other than those used by expeditions ascending the impressive Cerro...Read More

  • 6. Riccitelli Wines

    Trendy young winemaker Matías Riccitelli made his name with innovative and eye-catching labels and fortunately what’s in his bottles live up to all expectations. At...Read More

  • 7. Susana Balbo Wines

    Susana Balbo—Argentina's first licensed female winemaker—has been making a name for herself since 2001, when she pioneered the making of a high-quality Torrontés. Today, she...Read More

  • 8. Zuccardi Valle de Uco

    This showstopping winery was built by the Zuccardi family to celebrate their newfound passion for the Valle de Uco, following the success of their other...Read More

  • 9. Achaval Ferrer

    This winery made its name on single variety Malbec, but today it has expanded to a handful of other varieties as well. Today it's owned...Read More

  • 10. Alfa Crux

    Approaching this ultramodern winery on a lonely dirt road, you could be forgiven for thinking you’d discovered a flying saucer instead. But, as your tour...Read More

  • 11. Andeluna

    Surrounded by miles of vineyards, with the majestic Andes as a backdrop, this red-brick bodega blends beautifully into the scenery. Inside, the large reception and...Read More

  • 12. Antigua Bodega 1929

    At this landmark bodega and museum, great concrete wine-storage tubs are exposed in a cavernous old building that survived three earthquakes and now functions as...Read More

  • 13. Bodega Catena Zapata

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    A contemporary Mayan pyramid rising from the vineyards fronts the towering Andes at this landmark winery owned by the fourth generation of the Catena family....Read More

  • 14. Bodega Diamandes

    The newest winery in the Clos de los Siete complex, Diamandes has some of the most striking architecture in the valley with a steel diamond...Read More

  • 15. Bodega Escorihuela


    The closest winery to the city—and the oldest working one in the province—is Bodega Escorihuela. Located in Godoy Cruz (about a 15-minute cab...Read More

  • 16. Bodega La Rural

    In 1855, Felipe Rutini left the hills of Italy to found a winery in the raw land of Coquimbito, Argentina. His descendants planted the first...Read More

  • 17. Bodega Los Toneles

    This 19th-century winery close to downtown Mendoza was brought into the 21st century by the local Millán family. Besides producing a great selection of wine,...Read More

  • 18. Bodega Norton

    In 1895, English engineer Sir Edmund Norton, built the first winery in the valley south of the Mendoza River and much of the historical building...Read More

  • 19. Bodega Salentein

    On a knoll with an Andean backdrop, this ultramodern winery has breathtaking architecture that draws the eye to cavernous winery halls and into the circular...Read More

  • 20. Bodegas CARO

    A small joint enterprise between the Catena family from Mendoza and the Rothschild family who own Chateau Lafite Rothschild in Bordeaux, CARO crafts Argentine blends...Read More

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