If you’re in Mendoza unquestionably you should book yourself one day, or more, to visit wineries, usually wineries offer guided tour and then a wine tasting, but there is nothing better that end a day by the wineries with a paired lunch in a winery restaurant.
The options are plenty, here we discussed what are our favorites: (more…)
Do you think wine tastes better if you enjoy it with good music? A university study in Edinburgh says it does! So in Mendoza we have organized for the las 14 years this festival to pair wine and classical music. As if that were not attractive enough, we also like to mentions the shows take place in wineries, churches, nature reserves and places with much cultural value just to make the wine taste even better! Keep reading to find out where, when and how to get tickets to enjoy the Festival! (more…)
When you arrive to Mendoza and visit some wineries to learn about the magical transformation of grapes into wine, we are sure you’ll have questions and doubts, so we thought it was a good idea to write a post with FAQS wineries receive from tourists like you! Keep reading to discover how many bunches of grapes are needed for a bottle of wine, why Malbec is Argentina’s flagship wine and how rose wine is make! (more…)
If for some strange reason you were not in Mendoza for the celebrations of the 2014 Harvest Festival, we prepared this summary with 20 photos for you to see the best of the great Mendocina Fiesta! You’ll see the Queens at the Harvest Festival, the Blessing of the Fruit, the Carousel and Via Blanca and finally in Harvest Central Act where was elected our National Harvest Queen 2014, Sofia Haudet. (more…)
Already February, typical harvest cuecas heard around the corner (Mendocinian folk), and for your enjoyment there are many activities! In this post we tell you what is included in the Harvest Agenda and give you dates and times so you don´t miss a thing!!
What Shows & Events 2014 Harvest Festival includes?
Do you like to choose just the perfect wine to accompany your meal? But you are not always sure which wine is the ideal?No problem! Keep reading and Ruth Ade (Our Sommelier 😀 ) will suggest a few wines that are a perfect match to the delicious menu of our Restaurant.
Let’s begin with your Starter…
The delicate combination of seafood, seasonings and crispy wrapper make our Seafood Empanadas one of the most requested in the Restaurant.To accompany this entree we recommend you a bottle of Finca La Linda Blend (Chardonnay/Viognier) at a temperature between 8 ° and 12 °.This temperature allows you to appreciate the characteristics and flavors of the wine and the soft texture of seafood without covering it flavor!
As Main Course, What will you choose?
If you choose the Steak with Caramelized Onions on Potato Rosti with Malbec …
We encourage you to try a Cabernet Sauvignon to pair this meal (even though the dish is prepared with Malbec).This dish is fantastically tasty, by its delicious marbling that draw lines between the muscles of the rib-eye.The sweet but dim s touch of caramelized onions and crispy potatoes are the perfect complement.
Either Rutini Cabernet Sauvignon or Nieto Senetiner Cabernet Sauvignon, will be an excellent choice to pair this dish with robust flavors.
If you prefer our Goat Cake with Zucchinis in butter with lemon chutney Plums and Red Onions
We suggest you to opt for a delicate and velvety Syrah from our wine cellar. With the delicious goat cake, your palate can taste the fresh for one side the citric acid touch of lemon and butter, an in the other side, the sweet touch that gives us the plum chutney and red onions.
Which Syrah do we recommend? The first, a Nieto Senetiner made ??from grapes of Lujan de Cuyo and the other a Luigi Bosca Reserva Syrah of delicate bouquet and palate, made ??with grapes from their farms in Maipú.
Time for Desserts
As for the desserts on our menu, whatever your choice, we are humbly sure that it will be successful.Each dessert contains a finely thought combination of fresh and regional products that will make your after dinner a special moment.And the wines, what better opportunity to accompany this occasion with a selection of sparkling wines from our wine list.
We can suggest either a the sparkling wine Finca La Linda Extra Brut or a Trumpeter Brut.But at this point, we don´t want you to keep making decisions, so we suggest you to start our first recommendation and then continue with the other one.
Cheers and “Bon Appétit” and answer this: Whats the best COMBINATION of wine and food you ever experienced?
Diviners is not what we are, but if you come to Mendoza, we can predict that you really like wine, and you’ll be visiting wineries to sample their wines (Learn How to Taste in 4 Simple Steps).The problem is that of the 950 wineries in Argentina, almost 700 are in Mendoza (What a nice problem!), Although not all are open to tourism, around 120 are happy to invite you in!But …
If you ask yourself: Where do I start to organize my wine tours? Which wineries are open to tourism? How do I book my tour? No worry, we think of you and we prepared a solution.Keep reading to find the answer!
We prepare a guide with wineries open to tourism in Mendoza divided by region, order alphabetically, and for each one you will find the address, email or phone to make your tour reservation. We call it:
Mendoza, 106 Wineries, 5 Regions and 1 Guide to Visit them all!
Download Mendoza Winery Guide here
As a bonus we will send you (no more than 1 per month) Promotions and News for you to enjoy Mendoza!
When you hear the wellknown soundtrack of Psycho on 17/Oct at Bodega Los Toneles, hold on tight to your glass of Malbec, because there will be nothing you can do to feel more secure! (Play if you dare 😉 )
The land of sun and good wine each day also has better restaurants.If you wonder Where to eat in Mendoza? And do not want to chose wrong, this post is for you! (more…)