We were touring around wineries and found this one. It was great. The guided visit was excellent, going through all the process of wine making with a new perspective of using gravity to go through the process. So it starts at the very top and finishes in the cellar, which is also used for concerts and as an art gallery.... 更多
All in this place is top of the world; the sport, with an amaizing look to the Andes; the food, incredibly cooked by an spanish cook; the building, a masterpiece of architecture, and, of course, the WINES!!! A place not to forget...
The building alone is worth the visit, but then the tasting menu with paired wines for lunch was over the top. We had the restaurant to ourselves, and each course was more delicious and beautiful than the last.
My husband and I visited this winery last December. It's a bit of a drive from Mendoza but it was worth it. The lunch was to die for! It's a must. Plus the view isn't so bad ;) The tour was ok, nothing too impressive but the architecture is jaw dropping. It was quiet on the day we went so... 更多
The building is a great architectural statement. It is modern, creative and seems to work very well as a functioning winery. It is gravity flow by design. The tour was not long and exhausting with the same winery production information. While some may not appreciate the brevity, for those of us in the industry, it was great. The wines were... 更多
I had lunch here as part of a wine tour by trout and wine. The lunch with wine pairings was incredible and the view was even better. Lunch was about 5-6 courses and lasted 2-3 hours. Would highly recommend it!
Visited this winery as the final stop on a wine tour. The space itself, shown on the tour, was pretty amazing. We then went to the restaurant for a lunch with matched wines. Whilst I didn't think much of the wines (drinkable without being outstanding), the building is worth the visit, as is the view.
O. Fournier produces 2 very good wines, Alpha Crux & Beta Crux. You can tour the production building, learn about the wine production process and after that you can have a 5-steps menu lanch harmonized with some of the best argentinean wines. You can also buy wines cheaper than the Market prices.
I went there with my wife on a August Sunday afternoon. Staff were not particularly friendly but there were only us with the fantastic view of the Andes. Lunch and the wine was nice too. They have a huge wine barrel storage with fabulous art, which was very impressive. Overall, we enjoyed our stay and would say it worth visit.
At the southernmost end of this 25 by 45 mile Uco Valley is the ultimate in innovative wineries. O. Fournier is an architectural masterpiece... from its spectacular exterior design that won an architectural gold medal, to an infrastructure designed to gently handle the grapes and wines as they transition through the winery and to ease the workflow for their employees.... 更多