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Five Kid Friendly Wineries in Mendoza

Five Kid Friendly Wineries in Mendoza

La Azul, Uco Valley. 90 minutes from Mendoza City

A garaje winery with rustic restaurant and expansive garden, perfect to let the young ones roam whilst the adults quaff the finest malbec and chew the greatest steak.  Games and chalk boards are on hand to let their imaginations run wild.

www.bodegalaazul.com

Tapiz Zolo, Lujan de Cuyo. 40 minutes from Mendoza City.

Llamas lurk in the vineyards of this large, modern winery and a pony trap takes the kids for a ride whilst the parents taste some of the finest Malbec in Mendoza. Make sure to try the top wine Black Tears. For lunch go to the nearby lodge Club Tapiz, a historical villa with a courtyard of parakeets and an ancient winery and olive house.

www.club-tapiz.com.ar

Belasco de Baquedano

Discover your child´s inner Robert Parker Junior. Let their noses run wild in this winery´s unique aroma room – a large hall of perspex stands that invite sniffing and guessing each aroma. Be prepared to be beaten by your six year old as they pick up pineapple notes quicker than your ageing snout.

Susana Balbo Dominio del Plata

Argentina´s matriarch of wine shows her maternal instincts by installing swings and slides in the winery’s large expansive garden. There is lots of space to explore whils the adults munch through delicious multi-course meals with wine pairings.

Carena

A beautiful mix of old and new. Splendid views of the vineyards and thge mountains. They offer a great experience for the family. They give little baskets to the kids so they can collect whatever they find in the vinyard (leaves, seeds, feathers, rocks, grapes). Later, the adults are tasting and the children creating their own collages while they all enjoy a cheese and cold cuts table.

What wineries do you suggest are ideal for kids to roam through?

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