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Bodegas Chandon, Agrelo

#4 of 47 in Wineries in Mendoza
Winery / Vineyard Food & Drink
Tour the geometrically landscaped French-style gardens at Bodegas Chandon, then settle in to sample renowned pinot noir and sweet sparkling wines. The reception building, bathed in light and inspired by French orangeries, features large windows overlooking the gardens. Walk over the wide-open green space, adorned with ornamental fountains, symmetrical flowerbeds, trimmed hedges, and herb gardens. Tour the cellar with Spanish- and English-speaking guides to learn about the history of the vineyard. Try to recognize aromas of tropical and citrus fruit while tasting sparkling wines. Gastronomic highlights here include a four-course meal and some exclusives like the Baron B.--named after the winery's first president. To visit Bodegas Chandon on your trip to Mendoza, use our Mendoza travel itinerary planner.
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  • For those who like to understand more about the production process, I believe it is interesting to visit the Chandon, we were met by a brazilian guide that explained in great detail the process of production of sparkling wine. I liked a lot, also had lunch there, the food is very good, the place is also very beautiful. Worth it!!
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  • Beautiful place! I love and enjoy sparkling some labels that do not come to Brazil. The visitation is not as imposing as in the wineries, but worth it.
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  • I'm not a big fan of sparkling wines, but the premises of Chandon are very beautiful. In the tour you learn how sparkling wines were born and do a tasting of 3 types. Worth $200 pesos (something like R $50) counted for the visit.
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  • I Love Your Bodega! I have waited for almost three (3) years to see this very famously, large bodega and it was definitely well worth the wait! This bodega is quite large and definitely Stands Out In The Crowd! My tour was given to me by Mikaela who is one of their Highly Qualified Guides who showed me everything that I wanted to see in a Bodega which included their fermentation area, the area where they store the wine in barrels, the laboratory and even where they pack up the bottles and get them ready for shipment. At the end of the tour we got the opportunity to taste their champagnes and boy are they good! I personally want to Thank Mikaela for the Fantastic Tour! I also want to personally Thank Daniel Sanchez and Antonella Levis for Taking Me Out Here! It Was Definitely A Tour Well Worth Waiting For! Sincerely yours, Howard Paul Shore Visitor Executive Writer For Google And Tripadvisor Websites /HPS
  • Visit perfect! The Bodega in addition to beautiful, teaches us the multifaceted process of production of sparkling wines. Lunch and tasting were perfect, not to mention the prices of sparkling, well worth buying a few bottles! Recommend to everyone!
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  • Very basic guided visit to know the processes of manufacture of sparkling wine. But the place is very beautiful and sparkling wines are great. Worth knowing.
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  • Excellent! I loved the winery, and facilities. Super guided tour!
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  • Bethlehem! A great service to the public, beautiful place, large garden to recommend and enjoy family
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Where to stay in Mendoza

As the center of Argentina's wine industry, Mendoza offers plenty of conventional hostel and hotel options, as well as a good selection of short-term apartments for rent. Visitors taking language courses or spending several weeks on the wine route usually snatch these early in the tourist season (which lasts from mid-December to late-February), so it's a good idea to do some research and contact the owners before you arrive. Keep in mind that some of the town's hostels only offer beds to guests signed up for their wine tours.
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