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Bodega Labiano, San Rafael

(4.6/5 based on 75 reviews on the web)
Follow the wine production process from the vineyard all the way to the fermentation process at Bodega Labiano. The winery was founded in 1825 and is still family owned and operated today. The vineyards produce Malbecs, Cabernet Sauvignons, Syrahs, and Merlot wines. More than 90,000 visitors visit annually; once there, do a guided tour, led through the rows of vines, barrel-lined cellars, and finishing in a small art gallery devoted to the art of winemaking. You'll have the chance to taste the distinctly rich, red wines yourself and purchase a bottle as a souvenir. Using our world travel planner, San Rafael attractions like Bodega Labiano can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • Expected more, but I fell in that Winery by that is was included in a tour. The guide was short in the sense that there is much to say. The wines I sampled were rich- but they could be much more than they are now. Mood!
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  • Much like me Winery. It is simple and at a pretty big time. It is warm and is not ostentatious. The attention of the guides and staff. I also like us to leave we taste all its variety, which allowed us to decide to buy the goodies that we then brought to Buenos Aires. It should also be noted that the guided tour is free!
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  • I love that alingresar the venue, when you park your vehicle already you feel enveloped in aromas to fruits and listen to the music they have installed in speakers throughout the campus welcome. the source is beautiful and the story that holds also. You can buy small plants of vines to choice and a wide range of options between their wines and other products
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  • Great Family winnery.
  • Excellent visit. We had an exclusive visit for my wife and for my. The girl guiding us explaining in great detail all and was the only Winery where we could be inside a former pool where the wine is fermenting since invite you to pass one old disused to start the visit. The tasting is also pretty good although wines are not use barrels previously used by other cellars for aging wine, and it shows. Visit and tasting are free. Our congratulations for the Guide!
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  • After seeing the wine cellars of re name visit this which is a wine boutique, served by their owners of most this say that we attended great wines are delicious (has a wine and cherry liqueur which is madness) and leave half of what other brand
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  • "The source of the wine": in the entrance there is a source that instead of spring water gushes forth came! Naaaah... lying. But is a liquid color red wine, but one should try to prove it. Guided tours are free and there is a small tasting with possibility to buy at decent prices.
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  • Visit this beautiful Winery in February 2016 and the truth is delighted with the facilities, with attention and friendliness of the guides that we attended and their wines are very good and served up by their owners. EXCELLENT, THE BEST OF ALL!
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