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Bodegas Salentein, Tunuyan

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Winery / Vineyard
Travel through a large wine cellar while learning about the winemaking process at Bodegas Salentein. Choose from three different group tours, or opt for a personal tour, which take you around the winery. Each tour starts off with a video explaining the history of the bodega to visitors. Afterwards, the knowledgeable tour guide takes you through the winery while explaining the methods they use. Finally you get to the wine tasting, where you can try three different wines. The types depend on which tour you take. Put Bodegas Salentein into our Tunuyan family vacation planner to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in Tunuyan.
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  • I went with my parents since I wanted to show them something different; Although already knew her I decided to take them because the infrastructure combined with the nature where it is located is impressive. The entrance to the winery with tasting (1 hour and half the tour) cost US $250, which does not seem cheap but for once okay. Best of all is the wine cellar, where it has a piano in where if one wants and knows may touch it. Visit account with an introduction of a video in a small theater, then with a guide that you are commenting on visit the winery, passing by are made where wines, then go down to the cellar and ends with tasting, which I took a surprise since we tasted 4 wines and with an extra of a toast. The Guide did not all wave expected, it could have been better.
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  • A great wine. with large plantations of vines. The buildings are the input, store, restaurant and bar. they are very modern and contemporary architecture. Ja wines are well known. good labels
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  • I went with a friend the long weekend of March 2017. Salentein is impressive, very big and shows its quality and production. Hire the group tour which at the same time has access to the art gallery. The winery itself is beautiful, inside there is a restaurant if you want to eat. Also have an Inn and a chapel. I recommend!
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  • This is one of the most beautiful wineries of the 7 we saw around this area. But they charge more ($180 pesos for a tasting) and the tour wasn't as good as most of our others. It is bigger though, and we liked seeing the more massive scale operation as well.
  • Wonderful Place and winery.
  • Excellent wine cellar, concerts of classical music also in the underground viewable while world-class wines are tasted. The entrance is accessible and worth throughout the tour. It has a cinema where they make a summary of the history of this young but forceful Winery in the final product.
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  • A fantastic Winery, luxury. The architecture and the equipment of the place is excellent and the surrounding landscape is wonderful. Without a doubt, worth know it, since it is certainly one of the best in the country. The only thing that I find you "room for improvement" is the tour, properly said, because it is "something" mechanical. Everything else perfect.
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  • Winery architecture is wonderful! The place is beautiful and worth visiting it. On the other hand guided tour is not the best and the price is not accessible.
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