Argentina, Mendoza Province, Village of Tunuyán, Vistaflores region. Nestled on the bank of the mighty Andes Mountains, Casa de Uco Vineyards & Wine Resort is set on 320 hectares of lush green land in the middle of the Uco Valley.

The Uco Valley is one of Mendoza’s best-kept secrets. A fertile phenomenon, it possesses supreme geographical conditions for growing grapes, known as Vinos de Altura. The country’s most renowned winemakers have landed in the area, making it the new hot spot for premium wines both in the region, and entire country.

The combination of the ideal altitude at 1250 meters above sea level, a semi-desert climate with 330 days of sun per year, warm days, cool nights, alluvial soil with excellent drainage, and the purest aquifer in the region flowing freely to irrigate the vineyards of Casa de Uco, all result in the most ideal conditions for winemaking.

Currently, our vineyards stretch across 70 hectares mostly planted with Malbec, even though you will also find Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Petit Verdot, Cabernet Franc, Torrontes and Pinot Grigio.


Since the 19th century, Argentina has been the most prolific country leading the wine industry. Mendoza, the Northeastern province, is considered one of the Nine Wine Capitals in the World (along with Rioja in Spain, Bordeaux in France, Cape Town in South Africa and Napa Valley in the United States – Within Mendoza, the Uco Valley has reached notable recognition. The wines are some of the most celebrated in the world.

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