4 wine places in Mendoza where you can stay the night
Phone: +54 261 441 1200
Address: Chile 1124, Mendoza, Argentina, 5500
Bistro M is the smart restaurant of Mendoza city's most iconic hotel, the Park Hyatt right on the main Plaza in the heart of the city. Serving up a fusion of international cuisine, often with guest chefs and themed menus from around the globe, the wine list is versatile and extensive, covering predominantly wines from Mendoza with varieties as diverse as Nebbiolo to Albariño.
Phone: +54 261 476 9831
Address: Ruta Provincial 94 km 14.55 5565 Tunuyán, Mendoza,
This luxury hotel and restaurant en route to the Manzano Historico in the Uco Valley is also a boutique winery and vineyard estate. But it isn’t only the wines of Casa de Uco that you can taste at the contemporary restaurant, but also a smart selection of Uco Valley wines and some choices from further afield. Overlooking the vineyards and estate, the airy and bright restaurant serves up a fantastic lunch and dinner menu and the service is some of the best in the Uco Valley. The owner is an architect, so you can expect expertly choreographed interior design too.
Phone: +54 261 456-1748
Address: Costaflores s/n, Cobos, Lujan de Cuyo
Cavas Wine Lodge was one of the first luxury lodges in Mendoza and its location right in the middle of a vineyard filled with old vines makes it hopelessly romantic for wine lovers. The intimate restaurant is equally as charming and the wine cellar may well be one of Mendoza’s best kept secrets as sommelier Martin Krawczyk keeps 500 labels in stock, all served alongside the organic cuisine of their Relais & Chateaux restaurant.
Phone: +54 261 461 3800
Address: Ruta Provincial 94, Los Sauces
There’s a double pedigree which makes The Vines an important food and wine stop in Mendoza. In its original carnation several years ago, it was Mendoza’s first and only wine bar, but in 2014 The Vines moved location from the city to the Uco Valley, transforming into not only a new wine bar but a luxury hotel and boutique winery, as well as the Siete Fuegos restaurant in collaboration with Argentina’s most famous chef, Francis Mallmann. The restaurant has a seven course tasting menu which explore seven ways of cooking on fire (or a simpler a la carte menu if you prefer) which are paired with...