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Bodega Trapiche, Mendoza

Categories: Wineries & Vineyards, Food & Drink
Inspirock Rating:
4.1/5 based on 440+ reviews on the web
Nestled in the foothills of the Andes and surrounded by olive groves and vineyards, Bodega Trapiche represents one of Argentina's major wine producers, with over 130 years of experience. The visitor center occupies a fully restored 1912 Florentine-style villa, which houses a museum, tasting room, and shop with boutique wines. Join a guided tour and see some of the old machinery and utensils from the original vineyard, such as stainless steel tanks and oak barrels, or take a course in winemaking. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to Bodega Trapiche by using our Maipu travel itinerary planner.
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  • Excellent wines! And mainly I'd discard the excellence of Bruno who was the host of my visit for its warmth of person and knowledge about wine, I recommend it!
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  • Despite having a gigantic production warehouse, place of visitation is very interesting because it still preserves elements from the start of production in 1800. The press, the scale, the place of dispatch with the railway line passing next to the concrete tanks. All very nice. Our ride was even more interesting by the care of the Pink Guide to explain everything about the site and give us a lesson about wines during tasting. It was worth it!
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  • Excellent visit to the vineyard by 100 Argentine pesos approximately 4500 pesos Chileans can do the 1 hour tour with tasted
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  • After tasting many dozens of different brands of Malbec under $13 per 750 ML, this 2014 Trapiche has been my ultimate favorite. It is so smooth with only a slight hint of sweetness. The flavor is rich without any vinegary aftertaste. When I drink my normal 8 ounce glass of this wine I desire more. I also sipped it faster. This never happened with ANY other wine. I have been searching for a wine like this for a decade. This will be the only Malbec I will buy from this point on. It is way beyond awesome. As an amateur soil scientist I am very curious as to what type of soil their grapes are spoiled with. My best guess is mineral rich soil in a valley at the base of a tall mountain. It sure would be fun to find out.
  • Not a fan of the wine itself, but the visit of this bodega is great. Daniela our guide was very good, professional and friendly. The building is beautiful and the train tracks are a nice touch that helps you imagine how wine was transported back in the days.
  • Great tour and samples.
  • It is very nice but the wines are more expensive in coto, (fonde cave reserve 2014 $210 vs. $ 190) tasting is paid even if you buy you buy and eat must reserve although not had 1/4 of the tables occupied. As they were full... the food was fine but nothing otherworldly 1000$ the couple.
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  • The place very nice. The time I went they were charged a high entrance, which then not refunded you the money with the purchase. We went, we saw a video of Mendoza which said nothing, then toured a part of the installations and tried 3 other varieties one without label that it is not known that he was. Then expensive wines, with the entrance money you can buy a box of fine wine in any other Winery you get to sample a wide variety.
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