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I will be doing a wine tour with Javier Caruso in May see post below- still looking for a couple to do the tour with us and want to know what the best region is and if people are able to share which area they liked the most. I did both Lujan de Cuyo and Uco Valley and have to say it was a toss up.
I think the scenery was a little bit more appealing to me in Uco Valley looked more like where I live but both are fantastic. Uco Valley is more spread out geographically, so there will likely be longer distances between wineries.
Lujan de Cuyo is a little more compact, so you may be able to hit more wineries more quickly. I stayed in Lujan de Cuyo Chacras de Coria and it was a great time. I will say that I preferred these to regions over Maipu. If you have the time, I would really recommend trying to do both.
I highly recommend Giminez Riili winery in Uco Valley. I agree with everything VilniusSchoolmaster wrote above, having also done tours in both areas. Gimenez Riili winery was my favorite of the ten wineries I visited. I used Ampora tours for both visits and also rate them highly. Thanks so much for your feedback. It sounds like to do the area justice we would need to do both areas. Unfortunately we don't have enough time. My partner is quite concerned about travel time between wineries so I think we are going to go with Lujan.
We also prefer white wines- pinot's and sav's- which area is better to sample those types of wines? You'll find whites in either area; mostly Sauv Blanc, Viognier, and Torrontes, although a lot of those varietals are sourced from the north Salta. This area is more known for its reds like Cab Sauv, and of course Malbec, but you'll find some nice whites and rose too! This topic has been closed to new posts due to inactivity. We hope you'll join the conversation by posting to an open topic or starting a new one.