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Bodegas Callia, Caucete

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3.9
  • The visit by the manufacturing establishment of vineyard is free and includes the tasting of two wines of good quality. There is a small piece of land with a few vines of different strains. Our guide did a good job and introduced the different phases of the winemaking process. However a downside messed up our visit: security firm employees are hostile and overbearing, treating us all (five adults and two teenagers) as if our goal was to steal something. Every time we need to go to the bathroom accompanied us to open the door, they did not park your car in the shade and were very ungainly on time to check our documents.
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  • Very good wines, the attention is spectacular, the visit and the story of the wine is interesting. The shiraz and all cuts, are exquisite. Alvaro
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  • Surprised sedative Winery in Caucete. Half an hour from San Juan, is not far but it is difficult to find because it's in a secondary route without major signs or indications. Excellent tasting and guided visit, all free of charge. Not miss
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  • I had a Great Tour and a Great Time over at Bodegas Callia! I want to personally thank Gustavo Montiveros for the tour of this fairly large bodega. During my tour, we saw and witnessed the whole wine making process. Furthermore, I also want to thank Patrico and Analia Vilanova from Alta Bonanza De Los Andes for taking me there. Sincerely yours, Howard Paul Shore Visitor Executive Writer For Google And Tripadvisor Websites /HPS
  • We called an hour before we got there to be sure, that we could do a tour. Arriving there, we were not even allowed to enter the area of the Bodega. The excuse was more than lame: the guide became sick some minutes ago. Seems that they were just not in the mood to finish their siesta. A pity, as the effort to get there (>30km away from San Juan) takes time and money.
  • Got just a noon where he had prepared for the first time an activity that I pay by, included a visit to the vine guides by an engineer who spoke of the task of pruning, then a practice of pruning, then a lunch with wines, guided it by Winery and wine and gift merchandise. We spent an unforgettable afternoon from noon until almost 4 pm.
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  • Dear friends, I am one older person, say more than 75-year-old, drink sparingly, always red wine, never soft drinks. I come from a large Spanish family, whose male members are lovers of good wine. A relative has Winery in La Rioja (Spain) and I tried their wines, but they are good, but not they equate with Argentines, especially that of your winery. This week I tried the high CALLIA, Cabernet Sauvignon. A delight!, color, aroma, and taste spectacular. Congratulations, the very best I've ever taken in a long time! Thank you for my palate and my family and friends
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  • 2015 at the Uruguay wines pulled by Earth history of the winery are a few poorly preserved syrups and that leave you very badly unemployed at the time of giving. Shameful really.
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