Mendoza

THE ARGENTINIAN HARVEST FESTIVAL, ONE OF THE BIGGEST WORLDWIDE WINE CELEBRATIONS

Mendoza counts around 150 wineries open to the public during normal times. Many of them are focusing on sustainability, committing themselves for the current and future improvement of their surroundings. We would like to inspire you by sharing some leading cases worth highlighting!

 

Santa Julia represents our commitment to achieve the highest quality levels by sustainable practices that contribute to protecting the environment and being useful to the community.

Santa Julia is the top organic producer of Argentina. We own more than 700 hectares located in different areas of Mendoza: Valle de Uco, Santa Rosa and Maipú.

There are key elements to take into account for the development of a wine tourism destination to its full potential. Here we will list the fundamental requirements and we will tell you why Mendoza is one of the Great Wine Capitals of the world and a destination you cannot miss!

Wine making is an art. Each bottle of wine tells a story, and through it we can understand a terroir, its culture and its people.

Sofía Ruiz Cavanagh´s, Wineobs founder and director, pursuit to know all those stories led her to discover every corner, each maker and each soul anxious to capture the expression of the place in their wine, and to transform the visit to their winery into a memorable experience.

The importance that gastronomy and wine have gained today has led to reassess its service and management. They are key points that imply the professionalization and training of all the staff involved. Just as chefs create original dishes, beverages are the domain of sommeliers. They are in charge of proposing an attractive offer that enhances the menu and meets guests’ expectations. Sommeliers are also responsible for its management in optimal conditions, as well as for advising and serving guests for them to have an unforgettable and pleasant experience. The other side of their service is to generate income from sales and build customer loyalty through careful attention and advice.

 

Mendoza has a long tradition of cultivating knowledge related to wine and its professionals have received international recognitions that highlight the level of their preparation.

Mendoza is looking for ways to continue developing its wine and tourism industry despite the challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic. 

There is a new generation of Winemakers, young people who were born in the digital era.

Declared National Historical Monument in July, 2019 and located in  the District of General Alvear in Mendoza, Bodega Faraon was a technologically advanced winery, built during the mid 20th century.

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