In the west of Argentina, in the province of Mendoza, immersed in the Uco Valley amid a landscape carved by the eternal snows of the Andean Cordon del Plata, there is a place where the sun is always shinning and the meltwater nourishes the best vineyards. This is where Tupungato Winelands was conceived. A spot for those who know that wine growing brings an art of living, where time is redefined and the soul expands. An oasis where nature stretches to protect the potential of a true treasure. Thanks to the trilogy of its climate, soil and water, this is the spot where the new world’s best grapes grow, with Malbec as king of kings.
Only 50 minutes away from Mendoza and 15 minutes from the town of Tupungato, with an easy access by national route 40, Tupungato Winelands is the quintessential luxury for the emotions. Located at an altitude of 1200 meters above sea level, Tupungato Winelands covers 800 hectares, where you will enjoy an estate with private vineyards or a plot of land overlooking an inspiring golf course. A place where the wine experience combines with world class facilities, including a five star hotel with a vinotherapy spa, a championship golf course that preserves and enhances the desert landscape, blending deep green brushstrokes into this magical land and two polo fields guarded by Mount Tupungato, a giant that stands out each morning.
The fincas, the dream of having one’s own terroir. It is the residential area closest to the mountain range. At an altitude of 1200 meters, the land plots ranging from 2,5 to 4,5 hectares have 3000 m2 reserved for the construction of a house. The location, architecture and landscaping of the houses have been carried out respecting the natural ecosystem and views.
The land plots allow guests and owners to enjoy the natural beauty and to participate in the wine experience. The land plots are located close to the golf course that spreads out as a green carpet coexisting in harmony with the natural vegetation. Averaging 5000 m2 with a horizon that changes its shades every season, and surrounded by the omnipresent views of the towering Andes.