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Reviewed 22 January 2018 via mobile

Andeluna offers a 6 course food and wine paring for lunch, which I would HIGHLY recommend. Although, we opted out of the tour, it is worth a visit just for the food and wine!
Our server, Diego, was very polite and helped us practice our Spanish. We had another server who was equally as amazing but did not catch his name. Overall the service is on par for a 5 star restaurant.
Andeluna requires a reservation for lunch, and tips are not included so remember to bring pesos if you like the service

Thank Karen B
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Reviewed 4 January 2018 via mobile

Travelling for 3 months in South America, we decided to do a stop in Mendoza and enjoy the local wineries. After some research we chose Andeluna for wine tasting and lunch. We didn't regret it at all!!! . The vineyards were great with an wonderful view of the Andes. The wine tasting tour was very informative about the local wines and the lunch was amazing!!! I definitely recommend Andeluna for this experience. Also the taxi driver, Jorge that Andeluna recommended to us was very friendly and he did a good introduction of the area during the one hour drive from Mendoza to the vineyards.

Thank Dimitra T
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Reviewed 1 January 2018

We returned to Andeluna after four years, during which they got a new winemaker. The new style is nice for 1300 and Altitud, but left us a little underwhelmed when tasting the Pasionado Cuatro Cepas (at least, based on our remembrance of the 2007 vintage).

The winery itself is outstanding, from the building to vineyards to the backdrop of the Andes. Tastings are done on the patio looking out onto the vineyards, which couldn't be better. So it's worth visiting, especially if you want a break from the big, bold, fruit bomb style of wine.

Thank Chris C
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Reviewed 27 December 2017 via mobile

We had an amazing view of the Andes from Andeluna! The building is rustic and very beautiful. The guided tour explains how important is to know the weather and the soil where the grapes are planted, the irrigation control and the harvest methods.
After a small explanation about the winery history and the process we went in for the tasting. It costs around 260 pesos argentinos and we tried 5 types of wine. Along with the wine they served some almonds, nuts and dried grapes. We learnt how to identify the flavours, the difference in the colour of the wine and to feel the taste in the mouth.
The place has a restaurant, but we didn't eat we just did the wine tasting. You can buy some bottles with discount if you do the tour. And you can pay with credit card or cash (pesos dolares or brazilian reais).
There is a place to park the cars and is recommended to book the tour in advance. The guide was very nice and helpful.

Thank Linebr
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Reviewed 3 December 2017

Most wineries in the Mendoza area only allow visits with tour reservations. At the last minute, Andeluna was the only winery that allowed us to visit simply for wine tasting. The vistas are breathtaking. Fields of vineyards with the mountains in the background. Our host was excellent and he was so accommodating with an impromptu tasting. The younger wines were average. Recommend that you focus on their older lines which were very good. We loved it so much we bought 3 boxes. Take some time to sit on the patio enjoying the views and a glass of wine. I highly recommend a visit.

Thank H R
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