Casa de Uco
Be surprised by the life in the heart of the wine región
Casa de Uco Vineyards & Wine Resort is the result of a wonderful dream. A a great vision inspired by the exceptional natural resources in the Uco Valley’s, where we honour the birthplace of Argentina’s most outstanding wines.
Located on an estate of 320 hectares in Mendoza, it consists of an innovative development of private vineyards and an exclusive Wine Resort that invites guests to participate in the experience of a vineyard in the majestic surroundings of the Andes, adding exclusive services and daily adventures in close contact with nature.
The essence of the resort is to experience the millenary wine culture, in an impressive structure inspired by the geography of the land and its natural surroundings; it strives to provide the utmost level of comfort, while still blending in with the mountains, vineyards landscape. , and clear blue skies.
Always attentive and available, our accessible staff reinterprets traditional hospitality codes with an updated philosophy providing extremely a personalized and friendly service.
Casa De Uco has 7 rooms and 9 suites. Each opens onto the landscape, framing and flowing toward it, so that this invariably becomes stars of the scene.
A cuisine that, like the Uco Valley wines reflect the best of our terrain. Local and seasonal products are used, preferably organic where possible, working together with neighboring producers to achieve an international menu but genuinely inspired by the Uco Valley.
We have designed a range of exciting activities that center around the incredible landscape, vineyard and mountains. Guests can bask alongside the infinity pool, play tennis, horseback ride through the vineyards, go on bike or trekking excursions, take a horse-drawn carriage ride, or explore the ecological reserve and mountains. The most daring will be able to take part in rafting, paragliding, fishing or mountain biking at the foot of the Andes.
The best: being surprised by life in the heart of the wine world, which governs a different sense of time and space