Santa María de los Andes is Argentina’s first
Vineyard Village, situated at the foot of the imposing Andes in
Mendoza (one of the Great Wine Capitals), 45 Km from Mendoza
City. Its 820 hectares of incomparable terroir offer a solid
investment alternative and a permanent residence, whilst also
giving you the chance to enter the fascinating world of wine.
An imposing portico, designed by renowned architect Pablo
Sánchez Elía, welcomes you to Santa María de los Andes. From
here you can contemplate the avenue of hundred year old olive
trees that form the central boulevard leading to the Guest
House. The boulevard is the backbone of the development, running
straight through the centre of the vineyard. To each side you
can see the 120 hectares that have already been planted with
such grape varieties as Cabernet Sauvingnon, Malbec, Bonarda,
Pinot Noir and Syrah.
The vineyard village has a Guest House recently opened, and in
the near future will open the Hotel & Destination Spa and
Guest House Santa Maria de los Andes
Luján de Cuyo, Mendoza.