Photo of the Day: Making Wine In Mendoza

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Most wine tours booked out of Mendoza, Argentina explore wineries in Maipú, 16 kilometers from downtown Mendoza.  A wine museum is a wonderful point of interest in Maipú.   The museum contains giant old barrels, traditional wine making tools and actual wine making on the premises.

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Grapes Being Separated From the Stems for Crushing

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Co-founder of TwoBackpackers.com. Aracely has been traveling, writing and taking photos since 2021, when she departed on his first year long travel backpacking journey. When she isn't seeking new adventures, Aracely is usually building Excel models as a financial analyst professional. Visit my website

2 Responses to “Photo of the Day: Making Wine In Mendoza”

  1. Tasty! Did you get to sample the goods?

    • Jason says:

      Not those exact grapes, since the entire process takes many months, but yes, the museum did provide wine tastings at the end of the tour.

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