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Bodega Trapiche, Mendoza

(4.1/5 based on 480+ 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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  • The Trapiche provided us with a complete experience, because your story is very interesting, the architecture of the place is amazing, yielding beautiful photos. The explanations were very well exposed by the thoughtful guide Bruno. The tasting was good technique, with good wines that are not found in Brazil easily. Thanks a lot!
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  • I loved visiting the winery Trapiche when I was in Mendoza. The guided tour was brief and concise, with a very nice guide. The building is original and has a sunset in value, from the point of view of architectural, divine. In wine tasting, I learned many new things. My partner and I stayed for lunch at the restaurant for the food of the seven steps. This building is more modern and also this very well since. The food was very rich and the chef and sommelier who guided us step by step very cool.
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  • Well worth a visit the Trapiche. The scenario was one of the most beautiful in the region of Mendoza. The olive trees, vines, old buildings and train disabled form a very special environment.
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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.
  • Excellent in every way. Visit to the Winery is a unique experience and different from the rest. The restaurant an ideal choice before or after the visit. Nice atmosphere, very cordial attention and delicious options to taste delicious dishes. To highlight: ALL THE FACILITIES ARE PERFECTLY ADAPTED FOR PEOPLE IN SILLA DE RUEDAS. Ramps, elevator and toilets. Absolutely recommended, a place to not miss.
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  • None of the other world. The place is beautiful, the winery also, old buildings, lots of green. Coordialidad of the guides is also to highlight, very helpful and friendly at all times. What we didn't was that the visit is very massive, we were 25 people with which you lose a little charm. The wines from the tasting also seemed the big thing. Not take you in our cellar, make it you see through a transparent floor so that charm is also lost rustic visit the cava, feel their odors and moisture.
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