Mendoza Wine Regions

Mendoza is located in the eastern foothills of the Andes mountain range in Argentina’s region of Cuyo. Its proximity to the Andes, its fertile land, and its temperate climate with over 300 days of sunshine, makes Mendoza Argentina’s largest wine producer. With two-thirds of the country’s wine production coming from its soil, Mendoza’s high altitude vineyards have captivated the attention of wine connoisseurs from around the world. Every year thousands of tourists flock to Mendoza to experience for themselves the magic of Argentine wines.

In Mendoza we have three primary wine-producing regions, Maipu, Lujan de Cuyo and Valle de Uco. Each of these sub-regions offers a unique view into its wine production and feature distinct climates, diversifying the types of wine produced throughout Mendoza.



Valle de Uco


Explore the high altitude vineyards of Valle de Uco

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Lujan de Cuyo


Discover the history and culture of Mendoza in Lujan de Cuyo, the “Cradle of the Malbec.”

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Experience the birth of the Argentine wine industry in Maipu.

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Winery Tours


Uncover the hidden treasures of Mendoza.

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