Bodega Valentin Bianchi, San Rafael

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A winery with a vibrant history and a great variety of wines, Bodega Valentin Bianchi was established in 1928 by an Italian immigrant. Take a tour of the vineyards to learn about the history of the estate, techniques currently practiced, and the importance of winemaking in Argentina. Sample some of the winery's products at the end of the tour and treat yourself to a meal at the onsite restaurant, where expertly paired wines complement the fresh, seasonal flavors of the food. By using our San Rafael trip planner , you can arrange your visit to Bodega Valentin Bianchi and other attractions in San Rafael.
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  • The place is beautiful, we did the tour, all very nice. Equally, unlike other wineries charge entry (50 pesos elders) and you get to taste only 2 products, other wineries often you give to try up to 5 House wines. The place is beautiful and the prices a little more visible in shops. It is one of the wineries more large and famous in the country
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  • The park that presents the Winery is very cute! They are concerned because it is impressive and tempting to enter from the route to learn, good strategy! Everything is very careful and placed there exactly for tourism, there is a mini vineyard to taste different types of grapes that work. You can buy with a 30% discount there himself, but watch the prices are the same as in market with 30% discount! The guided tour is worth 50 Argentine pesos per person and lasts approximately 40 minutes with wine tasting and sparkling at the end. There is another visit which is around 250 Argentine pesos per person and includes admission to the private wine cellar and tasting of wines more expensive next to the winemaker of the place. Mar, who was our guide in the visit, was very friendly, fun, and well prepared to help at the time of purchase.
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  • First place is sooo cute. The drink, rather than rich and the guides are very good, they explain everything
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  • Excellent tour. But it should be free for tourists.
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  • Very good place to visit and taste wines...
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  • Very good guided tours and tasting. And the merchandising shop has very nice and tasty things to buy.
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  • An excellent winemaker makes the visit didactic and technique at the same time. The toast of the end holds another meaning!
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