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Ruta Prov. 86 KM 6.5, Agrelo, Mendoza 5507, Argentina
+54 9 261 507-6426
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Reviewed 15 May 2018 via mobile

Pulenta Estate was one of the highlights of our trip to Mendoza. We absolutely loved the tour but most importantly loved the wine tasting. We specifically requested to visit this vineyard due to the great reviews of their Cabernet Franc and we were not at...More

Thank Roy S
Reviewed 8 May 2018

My wife and I did a small group tour of the winery as part of a longer valley tour. As far as wineries go, it operates in pretty much standard fashion with some beautiful landscaping and the owner's relationship to race cars. The wines are...More

Thank rhbphoto
Reviewed 29 April 2018

We were received wit a glass of one of the best Pinot Grigio we have ever tasted to initiate our tour for this medium size winery. The guides were very kind and considerate. The wines tasting session was great and the quality of the wines...More

Thank kamikaze59_04
Reviewed 16 March 2018

Pulenta Estate Winery offered us something we couldn't have imagined before arriving here - a Malbec Rose! We typically enjoy a French Rose or 2 from Provence during the summer on the deck or with a light meal, but what they served us here was...More

Thank Pam S
Reviewed 9 January 2018

Our family visited six wineries while in Mendoza, and Pulenta estate was our favorite. The estate itself is in a lovely scenic setting, and the bodega is modern and beautiful, with the tasting area set up outside on the patio overlooking the vineyards with the...More

Thank Laurie B
Reviewed 27 December 2017 via mobile

There's a parking lot for those who rent a car to visit the wineries. The guided tour focuses on the process of fermentation, we are allowed to see the tanks and barrils and to learn the difference between the wines produced. After the tour we...More

Thank Linebr
Reviewed 1 December 2017

This was our 2nd stop as part of a 4 stop winery tour. We were greated by Conie (Constanza) and she was sweet, intelligent and very funny. She made the experience delightful but we also learned a lot. It was one of my favorites stops,...More

Thank Carol M
Reviewed 17 November 2017

This was one of my favorite wineries during our visits. We were able to have our tasting outside which was very nice to be in the fresh air with an incredible view! Also enjoyed the story of the two brothers and their involvement/collection of fun...More

Thank travelingirlfrompa
Reviewed 30 October 2017 via mobile

We saw this vineyard as part of another wine tour, and would return immediately. Connie was an incredible guide - superb English, funny, accommodating and friendly. We tried some delicious wines and got an in depth tour of the facility. We had a great time...More

Thank Khoelt
Reviewed 27 October 2017

I took my husband on a wine tour for his birthday and this was one of wineries on the tour. Not only was the winery kind enough to open a bottle of their besti in honor of the occasion but the hostess helped me personally...More

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27 April 2016|
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I was asking the winery staff, who certainly understands Spanish. BTW: you should try Google translate. It's a wonderful tool. It may even teach you how to write in English. :-)