Bodega Valentin Bianchi, San Rafael

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Winery / Vineyard
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. Arrange your visit to Bodega Valentin Bianchi and discover more family-friendly attractions in San Rafael using our San Rafael tour planner.
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  • The first time that we arrived at the winery with a wine tour, not let us enter that had journalists and they gave priority to them, that I didn't like anything! They have cut hours, if I remember correctly from 9 to 13 and 15 to 18. Talking to avoid surprises. Then, the second time, we went on our own, enter, it is the only Winery that charges entrance for the ride (35 pesos to date), take some pictures and start the guided tour. It is more or less every 40 min leaving the winery in terms of infrastructure, size and machinery is incredible! It is a large factory of mass production, which is not just to compare it with the rest of the wine cellars (bee, rivier, serra, etc) since they are of lower production, size and arrival to the trade. The ride is fairly complete, showing step by step the creation of wines, as well as the sparkling wine. The bad thing was that tasting is only of brut champagne, and not get to taste any wine from the cellar! (very bad gesture for my taste, which one to san rafael's gonna taste wines) Then we ended up at the showroom where you can buy branded wines, are enough, and some accessories of the same lease glasses, bottle openers, etc. It is a typical walk of San Rafael, given that the Winery is more imposing, but the quality of the wines is not the best, to my taste. Equal worth mentioning that they have more labels that are known in the market, not all are on free sale. To my understanding, there is better quality in Cellars wines much more girls. I recommend to go for being an inevitable, but not found me nothing of this world!
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  • Excellent tour with the company of a guide making a thorough description of all what it encounters on the road-wines of excellence.
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  • It is different from the other wineries in san rafael that are more like girls. In this case it is an industrial warehouse with a very nice tour and good promos to carry
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  • The joint visit is $30 per person. It is very short, the information is superficial. Even so, it is interesting to know. The building is located in a very beautiful place, with beautiful views.
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  • Incredible. Very good experience for the whole family
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  • Unlike the wineries in the area, the visit is paid. Good service but unattractive.
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  • Beautiful Winery! Travel and the history they have is beautiful, can not miss it!
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