Plowing the fields at Entre Cielos, Mendoza
Horse riding through the Vineyards, Mendoza
Homemade breads and cured meats, whiling away the afternoon in Mendoza
Vineyard with the Andes Mountains as a backdrop, Mendoza
Mendoza, wine country
Puente del inca, the Inca bridge forms a natural arc over the Mendoza river

Like wine? You’ll love Mendoza. It’s a tough call as to which deserves more attention; the rows of vines stretching to the snow-capped Andes or the luscious Malbec filling your glass.



Like wine? You’ll love Mendoza. Widely considered Argentina’s Napa Valley, Mendoza is the largest winemaking region in Latin America, home to over 900 wineries and a whole lot of fun. Bordered to the west by the snowcapped Andes, the region is made up of several sub-regions proffering everything from sparkling and Chardonnay to Sangiovese, Syrah and Malbec.

Mendoza has flourished in recent years, attracting not only hundreds of millions of dollars in investment, but also world-class architects to design new tasting rooms, a swelling group of thirsty tourists and, as a coup for the area, the winemaker of Krug Champagne, who recently joined the fold at Terrazas de los Andes.

This is a place where the people work the land and live for the good life, where long lunches roll into fire-lit dinners and where gastronomic and vinous delights are the order of the day. Everyday. 

Suggested Mendoza itineraries