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We spent a day here from Mendoza, and the scenery is spectacular, as are the many small and large wineries, together with the great food that is served here with pride. Definitely worth the 90min ride from Mendoza.
Stay here at least one night, it's out of Mendoza itself and a world away from the bustle of the city. The backdrop of the snow-capped Andes is awe-inspiring and the wines produced in this region are worth a visit alone. We stayed at Posada...More
If you really want to see wine country in Argentina, this is where you want to go! The guide books often say it is not well sign posted, but they are wrong. You can go to the fancy places, but I think the small bodegas,...More
Napa, Boudreaux, Rioja, Stellenbosch...all grape icons for their respective countries. Valle de Uco has infinite mountains and colors to blow your mind away, thousands of hidden wines ready for you to discover, and if you ate in for something Elsa than Malbec you will be...More
What a wonderful place. The hotel we were staying at recommended we visited Valle De Uco and we were not disappointed. We booked the full lunch and wine tasting and it was well worth it. We spent the day eating delicious food in a beautiful...More
The Uco Valley has great wines fantastic food and terrific landscape. The Uco Valley is located at 1.30 mins from Mendoza, roads are in good conditions. I've visited several "Bodegas" and had lunch in "Siete Fuegos" a great restaurant which I would say deserves a...More
We travel here often as we have a home in the area. You will need a car or a driver to visit the wineries an many require reservations. Along the wine route, our favorite restaurants include Azul and Tupungato de Vino. Farther afield are El...More
With the back-drop of the snow capped Andes at any time of the year, this is a singular experience to simply drive through the area. With stops at a variety of wineries available, simply taking your time is critical to enjoy the area. Don't rush...More
The backdrop of the Andes against the vineyards is awe inspiring. If you can do spend a night here not just to sample the wineries and great food but to see the changing light and also the clear nights with spectacular star shows. We hired...More