La Tapera, . LODGING .

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  • 6 bedrooms
  • 5 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 12
  • Villa

Bedrooms: 6

Bathrooms: 5

Sleeps: 12

Type: Villa

La Tapera, . LODGING .

Description from the owner

Hello !

Remember La Tapera is not only a place to stay, it is a lot more than that, it is a full experience.

SERVICES

We will help you plan your trip to Mendoza. We advice you and make recommendations and suggestions for you to choose the best options. We can help book winery tastings, restaurants and even rent a car and all you need to spend a great time. All with no additional cost! We love traveling as well and we know what it means to be helped by locals.

We can also help with money exchange in Argentina.

Some other activities are horseback riding, Polo lessons inside the property or in wineries. We can also hook ...Read more

About the owner

Julian Reta

  • Response rate 45%
  • Response time Within 2 days
  • Calendar updated yesterday
  • Overall rating
    5.0 / 5.0 based on 23 reviews and 2 properties

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La Tapera, . LODGING .
Mendoza, Cuyo, Argentina

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Additional Location Information

The development of the UcoValley, situated 50 miles to the south-west of the city of Mendoza, is the most conspicuous example of change in Argentina’s viticultural landscape. Vineyards were first planted here in the 1920s, but the valley was better known as a stone fruit area until the early 1990s. Even then, it was considered isolated, inaccessible and (at its highest altitudes) a potentially disastrous location for vines. Nicolas Catena, Decanter’s newly crowned Man of the Year, was considered a suitable case for psychiatry when he planted his Adrianna vineyard at 1400m in 1993.

Today, the Uco Valley is the most talked about wine region in Argentina, and arguably the whole of South America. The Uco is as close to Mendoza as the NapaValley is to San Francisco and the parallels don’t stop there. The two places share a remarkable natural beauty (the Uco is tucked up against the foot of the Andes) and obvious tourist appeal. They also share a range of micro-climates and the ability to produce fine wines of international standing.

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