Bodega La Rural, Province of Mendoza

Tour Bodega La Rural to learn more about the winemaking process at an estate founded in 1885 by Italian immigrants. The museum houses more than 4,000 wine-related items, from colonial times to the present day. After a tour of the museum, you can view the modern winery facilities, participate in a wine tasting, and purchase a bottle or two to take back home. Put Bodega La Rural at the forefront of your travel plans using our Maipu road trip planner.
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  • The tour came out twenty-five minutes later than agreed. The Guide provided a good explanation and a $200 value access to the guided tour, two glasses of wine tasting and at the end that 200 are used to buy wine in the cellar (can join with other tickets).
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  • We came with great expectations but arriving giardia from the place told us q 2 ladies giving guide is gone had lunch q accepted to the 15 so that as they were 13: 30 I went to lunch with my daughter and my MS returned to the winery at 15 and 2 ladies recently volvian.cuando asked visit asked us if teniamps book le doje q not and that security sr had told us that at 15 he was the next visit both us as 2 foreign more that were bike we did not want to make the visit to l Winery had not nobody in place as to say not the could do with its best face contempt told us if want can enter the Museum that has a cost of $200 I felt an idiot so that glue the half turn and start a real shame to another Winery attention
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  • Had everything to be an exceptional experience, because the winery has good labels, the place is beautiful and has a very interesting Museum, just not!!!! Our guide was terrible, looked like a robot, no sympathy and a lot of ill will. When the time came the tasting, had no place tidy at the tables, she wanted us to do the tasting at your feet! I said I'd like to sit down because she wasn't a nice person, at least I could enjoy quietly with her husband. Put a table anyway, brought a glass of wine for each, and two more glasses of two other wines that we had to SHARE! That is, pay for an entire tasting for each person and we only got half!!! When we'd ask if that's what it was, or is, we'd have to share a drink, she's gone!!!!! All are ill-tempered starting by attending the reception. I believe the bodega must rethink about continuing to accept visitors, because by doing so makes us rethink and in my case no longer consume the same wines.
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  • Most convuleted wine tasting so far. 200 pesos for the tour. If you want to do a tasting it's 430 for 5 x 100ml glasses from some weird machine that doesn't work (you can use the 200 as credit towards the tasting). They also gave us the wine in the wrong order. The tour is only in Spanish, you can ask questions in english but it's hard when the tour is in Spanish. I wouldn't recommend if you want a tasting. Whole thing took 2 hours. Waste of time.
  • Beautiful visit! The bodega La Rural wine as Rutini and San Felipe is one of the largest in the area and their tour is highly recommended by your walk in the vineyards, ancient tools, its modern factory and its giant wooden barrels. The employees are friendly, beautiful facilities and good tasting. Only by continue using vines instead of the new form of type t-shirt culture.
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  • Excellent course, very good guide and tasting of wines. Lots of history in the harvest and wine fermentation tools. I just missed a little explanation of the manufacturing process. But overall it is excellent
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  • They must certainly go to this Winery if they go to Mendoza, have very good facilities and in addition, the guide is excellent. There is a wine Museum and tasting is good. Arrive by bike after touring other wineries, is within reach to bus from the capital and take a bike from Maipú, great. The visit cost $200 and at the end you redeem it by a wine.
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  • Very nice visit and the very warm place full of elements used in antiquity. Everything very clean and tidy. They charge for the visit $200 per person, but then with the entry ticket you can redeem for wines.
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