La Vinoteca de Don Jorge, Puerto Iguazu

Browse a wide variety of wines at La Vinoteca de Don Jorge, a store stocking drinks of varying quality, price, and vintage. The store offers white wines, champagnes, sparkling wines, and spirits, from international brands to those cultivated on national soil. You can also buy trinkets and souvenirs, such as bottle openers. Even if you don’t consider yourself a wine expert, don't hesitate to ask the knowledgeable and friendly staff any questions regarding the stock. To visit La Vinoteca de Don Jorge and get the most from your holiday in Puerto Iguazu, create itinerary details personal to you using our Puerto Iguazu tour itinerary maker .
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  • Is the most traditional city cellar and prices usually are cheaper, paying cash discount is 15% and the exchange rate is always honest.
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  • Unfortunately I'm reporting a very unpleasant I spent in La Vinoteca Don George I "in Puerto Iguazu-Argentina. Entering the store, on the first shelf, when a clerk started the service, asked about discount for cash payment, which was offered to me clearly: "20% for cash payment. Spent about 1 hour in the store, always with the cell phone Calculator in hand and accompanied by the seller. Several times, when there was the price in the product and I was wondering, the attendant reported the price and the value with the discount of 20%, making the Bill in front of me, sometimes I even figured, speaking "with 20% is either" showing the value to her and getting the co MMIT Msg. I chose 21 bottles, with prices between 400-700 pesos, my wife even got bored and was wait taking a wine there. Already in the box, after all the bottles, as well as six half-bottles of "Don David" (cheap wine and excellent cost-benefit of El Esteco, I like to always be at home to take on your own or start work with him), the final figure on the screen was not with the decontaminating the spoke that the payment would be in cash, the girl in the box remained silent, looking at my face with that dislike of losing the client. Asked of the discount cash, only then she-with a lot of marra-entered 15% discount. I asked the 20%, she denied, said it was 15. The person who answered during the purchase was next, I called her and asked again. To my surprise, she denied that said 20%. I insisted, my wife came over and confirmed that also heard several times that she said 20%. She kept denying. I described the "scene and the conversation", indicating a place where we were and what wine was in my hands when I asked (it was half-bottle Don David). Then she said "only that had 20%, no other had. I went back to check on the screen of the box and even this was with the 20%, 15% only. Asked about that, the box was again silent, looking at me and did nothing. With money in hand, I asked if they could not give the 20%. Harsh language was denied, I tried to argue, I asked the Manager, owner, Chief ... Roughly 15% and said it was nothing they could do. I spoke so that it wouldn't take anything, they spoke or did nothing. I just turned around and walked away. The difference was little? Yes. Even with only 15% would outweigh the purchase? Really, even without the 15% already compensate, prices were excellent. At this time, it was price, but, kidding, filhadaputagem. If I were in Brazil, the conversation would be another, there had no time, no bag to "require", understand that the biggest punishment for this sort of thing is to replicate what happened and never buy at the site. Look, I left very disappointed. I might have misunderstood you, but no, the 20% were repeated over and over again. I accept that the clerk made a mistake, but if you could tell me about who got confused, I asked my understanding I would buy. There are several ways to mitigate possible misconception, but the way it proceeded, antipathy, rudeness ... it is unacceptable
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  • So enjoy Argentinean wines is very worthwhile. If you pay in pesos have discount, off the variety and the service!
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  • Unfortunately I'm reporting a very unpleasant I spent in La Vinoteca Don George I "in Puerto Iguazu-Argentina. Entering the store, on the first shelf, when a clerk started the service, asked about discount for cash payment, which was offered to me clearly: "20% for cash payment. Spent about 1 hour in the store, always with the cell phone Calculator in hand and accompanied by the seller. Several times, when there was the price in the product and I was wondering, the attendant reported the price and the value with the discount of 20%, making the Bill in front of me, sometimes I even figured, speaking "with 20% is either" showing the value to her and getting the co MMIT Msg. I chose 21 bottles, with prices between 400-700 pesos, my wife even got bored and was wait taking a wine there. Already in the box, after all the bottles, as well as six half-bottles of "Don David" (cheap wine and excellent cost-benefit of El Esteco, I like to always be at home to take on your own or start work with him), the final figure on the screen was not with the decontaminating the spoke that the payment would be in cash, the girl in the box remained silent, looking at my face with that dislike of losing the client. Asked of the discount cash, only then she-with a lot of marra-entered 15% discount. I asked the 20%, she denied, said it was 15. The person who answered during the purchase was next, I called her and asked again. To my surprise, she denied that said 20%. I insisted, my wife came over and confirmed that also heard several times that she said 20%. She kept denying. I described the "scene and the conversation", indicating a place where we were and what wine was in my hands when I asked (it was half-bottle Don David). Then she said "only that had 20%, no other had. I went back to check on the screen of the box and even this was with the 20%, 15% only. Asked about that, the box was again silent, looking at me and did nothing. With money in hand, I asked if they could not give the 20%. Harsh language was denied, I tried to argue, I asked the Manager, owner, Chief ... Roughly 15% and said it was nothing they could do. I spoke so that it wouldn't take anything, they spoke or did nothing. I just turned around and walked away. The difference was little? Yes. Even with only 15% would outweigh the purchase? Really, even without the 15% already compensate, prices were excellent. At this time, it was price, but, kidding, filhadaputagem. If I were in Brazil, the conversation would be another, there had no time, no bag to "require", understand that the biggest punishment for this sort of thing is to replicate what happened and never buy at the site. Look, I left very disappointed. I might have misunderstood you, but no, the 20% were repeated over and over again. I accept that the clerk made a mistake, but if you could tell me about who got confused, I asked my understanding I would buy. There are several ways to mitigate possible misconception, but the way it proceeded, antipathy, rudeness ... it is unacceptable
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  • Attend La Vinoteca of Don Jorge for over ten years. The House offers the best Argentine labels for unbeatable prices. All wines have tags with prices in pesos. Worth installing on mobile app "currency exchange rate", which makes the conversion of values by using the exchange rate of the day. The attendants are friendly with the customers of the store and go separating the bottles chosen. They are also able to indicate good proposals, cost-effective promotions and special crops. Who pays in cash has until 20% discount on the price label. They take real and make a fair exchange. The House also sells jams, preserves and other specialties. Some inflated precinho December/2017, even without discounts:-DV Catena Malbec R $72-R $64-Malbec Gascón Escorihuela Zuccardi Serie A Bonarda R $52-Altitud Andeluna Malbec R $48-Saint Felicien Malbec R $69
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  • Pleasant place. Has great and bars varying prices wine options. The service is very good. Has distilled beverages, beer, preserves, cheeses, anyway ... complete. I bought fine wines and even took otional la. Perfect!
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  • Pleasant location. Good variety of labels. Has for all tastes. For those refined the adeba tagged ponta climatzada and higher price. JA part has the most accessible que.por are cheaper does not mean that they are not of good quality. Recommend to anyone passing by Puerto Iguazu. Easy access location.
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  • Great prices and variety of wines
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