Mendoza, Uco Valley, Argentina
Mendoza, Uco Valley, Argentina
Located in the heart of Argentina’s Uco Valley in the foothills of the magnificent Andes Mountains, The Vines of Mendoza estate offers wine enthusiasts the opportunity to own a private vineyard of between 3-10 acres.Scroll down for more details
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From USD 300,000
Located in the heart of Argentinaâ€™s Uco Valley in the foothills of the magnificent Andes Mountains, The Vines of Mendoza estate offers wine enthusiasts the opportunity to own a private vineyard of between 3-10 acres.
The Vines of Mendoza is a winemakingÂ paradise in The Uco Valley, Argentina's world-renowned wine region. Wine enthusiasts have the opportunity to produce custom-made wines with internationally acclaimed consulting winemaker, Santiago AchÃ¡val, of AchÃ¡val-Ferrer fame.
The Vines of Mendoza is set amid more than 1,500 acresÂ and has more than 135 owners from around the world. It's community of owners, a mix ofÂ individuals and groups, produce wine for personal consumption, commercial production, sell grapes for profit, or a combination. Owning a private vineyard estate provides a unique opportunity to learn and enjoy all aspects of winemaking. A dedicated multilingual staff member is on hand for all things related to vineyard ownership and wine production.Â Vineyard owners can work side-by-side with worldÂ renowned consulting winemaker Santiago Achaval and the Vines of Mendoza's expert team and they have a choice of getting their hands dirty or leaving it entirely to the professionals.
For 1 to 3 acre plots, the price is US$100,000 per acre.
For 6Â + acre plots, the price is US$85,000 per acre.
There is a host of activities to enjoy including fly fishing, horseback riding and trekking or perhaps a fitness class overlooking the vines and mountains. Or guests can indulge in one of several in-villa spa treatments. Owners and guests can also now discover Francis Mallmann's unique Siete Fuegos (seven fires) open-flame cooking techniques on the one-of-a-kind Patio De Fuegos. There guests can savour the taste of 9-hour slow-grilled rib eye or cast iron baked encrusted salmon – just to name a few options. Guests can enjoy these delectable dishes with a wine selected by one of our expert Sommeliers from our list of over 250 top ranked Argentine wines.Â
The Vines of Mendoza is a short 1.5 hour drive from Mendoza's International airport which has connections to both Buenos Aires and Santiago (Chile) international airports.ÂRead full details
The City of Mendoza, known as "the land of sunshine and wine" is the capital of Cuyo province. Home to Mt Aconcagua and Malbec wines, it is one of the most beautiful cities in Argentina.
Nestled in the foothills of the Andes Mountains, it is a man-made oasis where the Mendoza and Tunuyán Rivers have been channelled into a huge irrigation system, giving life to everything it touches.
The climate in Mendoza is moderate, though its mountains provide a certain degree of aridity. Summer temperatures range between 18-33ºc with very hot days and fresh nights. In the winter, the ski season, the minimum temperatures drop to 3ºc and the maximums hit 16ºc.
Mendoza's museums are full of historical interest, particularly pertaining to the Argentinian hero, San Martin. It has a buzzing café culture and is the starting point for adventures such as skiing, mountaineering and river rafting along the Mendoza River. Not forgetting Mendoza's Wine Route, where visitors are able to sample produce from several local wineries which have made this region world famous.
A year round destination, Argentina's climate ranges from subtropical in the north to sub-arctic in the south. The best times to visit are November to March. Spring and autumn (September to November and April to May) offer pleasant, mild temperatures.
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