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Map Of Mendoza Wineries

How to Reach Wineries in Mendoza

Wineries in Mendoza are easily accessible by different means of transportation.

By Air

Wineries in Mendoza is well connected by air and land to major cities in Argentina and neighbouring countries. Plumerillo International Airport (MDZ) receives flights from all over the world, so it might be a good starting point to your journey around wineries in Mendoza.
It is also a popular destination for major Argentinean and South American airlines.

By Car

If you’re planning to visit wineries in Mendoza with your family or a group of friends, driving there might be a nice option. National Road No. 7, which connects Buenos Aires and Santiago de Chile, is the primary access route to Mendoza. Furthermore, National Routes 40 and 143 cross Mendoza from north to south, providing another significant connection to the provinces of Patagonia and Northern Argentina.
However, driving from Buenos Aires will take around 11 hours (!!) with distance of approximately 1047 km.

By Bus

If you want to relax from driving long distances around Argentina, travelling by bus to wineries in Mendoza might be a good option. There are excellent bus lines connecting Mendoza to all the main cities in Argentina and South America.
The bus ride from Buenos Aires to Mendoza takes approximately 14 hours.

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The best season to visit wineries in Ahr

Mendoza is generally a great destination to visit all year round. Are you considering a trip during the summer (January and February)? Expect hot temperatures and light rain. The best time to visit wineries in Mendoza for harvesting is in March (autumn in Argentina). It is the time of actual harvest festivals, so you are able to see the vines lush and full of grapes. In September, wineries in Mendoza are busy with their pruning, if you are interested to see this processing. The vines will begin to regrow for spring at around the end of September.

The most common grape varieties and styles of wines produced in Ahr

Wineries in Mendoza grow a variety of grapes. Here are the region's most popular varieties:

Red: Malbec, Bonarda, Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, Tempranillo;

White: Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Torrontés.

Red wines, especially Malbec, are the main assets of the region. Malbec from wineries in Mendoza fully displays its fierce and powerful temperament, striking with the generous taste and aroma of different berries and floral hints. In addition to Malbec, wineries in Mendoza also produce a rich and balanced Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, Chardonnay, Tempranillo and Sauvignon Blanc.

What you should know about wineries in Ahr

In Mendoza you will find:

  • Wineries with a long winemaking tradition;
  • Sustainable wineries with a strong philosophy of winemaking;
  • Wineries preserving traditions mixed with innovative methods;
  • Wineries built with a classic modern style surrounded by pretty gardens;
  • Wine estates practice trout farming.

Language tips for visiting wineries in Ahr

Degustación de vinoWine Tasting
Ruta de vinoWine Route

Frequently Asked Questions

The most frequently asked questions by our visitors

What are the best wineries to visit in Mendoza?

These are the best wineries to visit in Mendoza:

Which wineries in Mendoza have restaurants?

These wineries in Mendoza have restaurants:

Which wineries in Mendoza have accommodation services either apartments, hotel rooms or a B&B?

These wineries in Mendoza have accommodation:

How do you visit Mendoza wineries?

Most of the wineries in Mendoza are located in the wine regions in the countryside. The best way to prepare a visit to a winery in Mendoza is to book your visit in advance on our website.

Which are the best wineries to visit in Mendoza during my holiday or vacation?

The best wineries to visit during your holiday or vacation to Mendoza are:

Which wineries in Mendoza have cellar door sales?

These wineries in Mendoza have cellar door sales:

Which wineries in Mendoza are open to the public?

These wineries in Mendoza are open to the public with booking in advance:

Are there any small & boutique wineries to visit in Mendoza?

This is our selection of small & boutique wineries in Mendoza that you can visit:

What are the best family wineries to visit in Mendoza?

These are the best family wineries in Mendoza that you can visit:

Are there any wineries near Mendoza, Maipù or Lujan De Cuyo?

Use our interactive Mendoza winery map to browse wineries near Mendoza, Maipù and Lujan De Cuyo.

What do wineries in Mendoza offer?

Wineries in Mendoza have taken good care of the convenience of visitors and provide numerous facilities.
Almost all the wineries in Mendoza have activities for kids, which can be perfect for family trips, bus parking for groups and reduced mobility access to allow everyone experience their wine tastings. Some wineries in Mendoza are pet-friendly and allow owners to bring their pets along the guided tour.
There are several wineries following organic method of winemaking. Hotel and restaurant facilities are available too and all wineries have cellar door sales.
It is also worth noting that some wineries offer top-class accommodation including golf and tennis courts in their territory. However, you can check the availability of the services on our page. We are here to help to choose!

Where is the best wine region in Mendoza Argentina?

Mendoza, Argentina is renowned for its exceptional wine regions and one of the most acclaimed wine regions in Mendoza is the Uco Valley. Located in the foothills of the Andes Mountains, the Uco Valley is known for its high-altitude vineyards, ideal climate, and diverse terroir, which produce outstanding wines, particularly Malbec. Other notable wine regions in Mendoza include Luján de Cuyo and Maipú, both of which offer a wide range of wineries and excellent wine production.

Which winery to visit in Mendoza?

How many days do you need in Mendoza?

To make the most of your visit to Mendoza, it is recommended to spend at least three to four days in the region. This timeframe allows for a well-rounded experience, including wine tastings, vineyard tours, and exploration of the city and surrounding natural attractions. However, even a day or two can offer a worthwhile introduction to Mendoza's wine culture and scenic beauty.

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reading more about Mendoza?

Read our travel guide to the Mendoza wine region, or discover our very selection of wine tastings and tours in Mendoza and places to stay in Mendoza.

If you are looking for organized tours, check out our list of expert wine tour guides.