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Museo del vino, Maipu
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The Italian-style villa of Museo del vino welcomes all who want to understand both the ancient and the more recent history of winemaking in Maipu Valley. In 1896, a Swiss and an Italian immigrant joined forces to create one of the first wineries in Mendoza. Soon, two lavish chalets sprung up, which workers called "manor houses," along with two residential villas whose windows and balconies overlook the vast gardens near the vineyards. Outside, notice the wooden carts and wagons that carried barrels of Argentina's national beverage, while the carriages of the owners occupy an old storage room. Other ground-floor halls store the collection of ancient utensils used for distilling and processing wine, as well as the first bottles with labels. To visit Museo del vino on your trip to Maipu, use our Maipu vacation planner.
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El recorrido es hermoso ,las guias super amables ,es impresionante ver todo lo que hay en el museo. Luego la cata y la inevitable compra ,a no perderseloThe route is beautiful, super friendly guides, is impressive to see what there is in the Museum. Then the tasting and the inevitable purchase, not to lose itshow original
Los guías nos acompañaron a conocer la bodega y nos comentaron todos los pasos para adquirir un vino premiun.The guides walked us to the winery and told us all the steps to purchase a wine premium.show original
Este espacio de la antigua Bodega fue enriquecido por la vision de coleccionista y enamorado del mundo delvino de Rodolfo Reina Rutini, considero que es una de las mejores colecciones para representar... read more »This space of the ancient winery was enriched by the vision of collector and lover of the Rodolfo Reina Rutini delvino world, I think it is one of the best collections to represent history technological and cultural of wine in Mendoza Province, and perhaps one of the best in South America. Unfortunately with the change of owners changed the name of the Museum and used a brand of wine I understand that you to remove protagonsimo from the founding family. A regrettable selfishness which finally expresses itself in the lack of modern a museology inclusive and participatory, vision defect this non-exclusive of this company but almost most of which possess important heritage building and furnishings. Hopefully can decide to shuttle and take risks and not point throughout the visit to the cultural space in order to enhance their brands and their navel.show original
Mabel Susana Muñoz MolinaBeautify entry to Rivadaviashow original
HERNAN JOSE ANTONIO MARQUEZCute niceshow original
Lorelei VillegaIt has been very good for a transit orderedshow original
Mariano UllaIn ruinsshow original
Jesus SosaStill not there nothing there...show original
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