Wine Tours | Uco Valley experience

“The mountains and the beautiful views in Uco Valley prepare our senses to experience the aromas and flavors of these high-altitude wines. Not to mention, the visits in wineries Salentein, Domaine Bousquet and Andeluna Cellars all of which make world renowned wines from this precious land, complete the tour.”

This high-end tour is designed for you to share and enjoy an excellent day of wine. We will visit some of the most important and highlighted wineries in the region. We propose you to live this experience in small groups of travelers who share the same interest in wine. This way, you can appreciate every detail of the visits and the end to this perfect tour is a truly gourmet lunch.


Experiencia Valle de Uco

CHARACTERISTICS

  • Visit and Wine tasting in Salentein Family Wines
  • Visit and Wine tasting in Domaine Bousquet Winery.
  • Visit and Gourmet Lunch in Andeluna Cellars: 6 courses, paired with 6 wines at the restaurant.
  • Transportation and bilingual guide *
  • Groups with a maximum of 8 people per departure
  • Departures on Thurdays and Sundays from 8:00 am to 5:30 pm

Andeluna

Andeluna Cellars began in 2003 with the goal to be one of the best models of quality wine in Argentina. Andeluna symbolizes the romanticism and inheritance of the Valley of Tupungato where the moon illuminates t he magnificent Andes mountains. In this visit, you will get to know the vines and the methods of winemaking that make their wines so special.


Why visit this winery?

Andeluna Cellars is the ideal place to learn about this region. Surrounded by an impressive landscpe at the foot of the Tupungato Volcano you will enjoy these prestigious wines and an exquisite gourmet lunch.


Domaine Busquet

Domaine Bousquet Winery is the legacy of a long and prestigious history, who carries the Bousquet last name. A family with four generations of winemaking tradition, from the region of Carcassonne, in southern France. The winery is located in Tupungato, surrounded by vineyards at 1200 meters above sea level, at the foot of the Andes.


Why visit this winery?

Because their goal is to produce high quality organic grapes that express the purity and intensity of varietal character and terroir where they come from.


Salentein

The land that now belongs to Salentein is proof of the innumerable feats that had to be overcome here; a place where will and the determination transmitted from generation to generation, from the indigenous peoples to the Jesuit missionaries, even important characters such as General San Martin. The San Pablo Finca, one of the properties of the winery, has a rich history since the 17th century. Back then, it formed a part of a farm called “De Arriba” which belonged to the Jesuit missionaries. At more than 1500 meters above sea level, in the heart of the vineyard, lie the ruins of the “Casa Grande.” During the visit in Salentein, you will taste 3 of Salentein’s great wines, ending in their art gallery, which is one of its kind in Mendoza. In addition, you will enjoy a lunch at Killka Restaurant.


Why visit this winery?

Located in Tunuyán Salentein is the vision of quality-with classic varietal plantings, preservation of old vines, re application of European craftsmanship and the use of advanced technology-results-class wines.


NOTES: * Departures with confirmation of 2 people or more. If the tour leaves with up to 3 people, the transfer will be in a car with a chauffeur/guide. Wineries are subject to availability.

If you have any questions, please contact us.