The Vines Resort & Spa
At a Glance
In the heart of the Uco Valley, a premiere wine region in Argentina, producing some of the best wines in the country
Uninterrupted 180 degree views of the Andes with gorgeous sunrises and sunsets
The design blends harmoniously with nature, using stone and concrete from the property itself, while providing state-of-the-art technology
Francis Mallmann’s Siete Fuegos, the excellent on-site restaurant, uses the rustic, fiery cooking techniques of Argentina’s most lauded chef, and features seven outdoor fires where many of the meals are prepared
Spacious one and two bedroom accommodations with contemporary interiors and excellent amenities
Gauchos act as concierge, friend and driver for guests, ensuring their customer experience is both authentically Argentine and seamless
Best time to Visit
Good time to visit
Average time to visit
The Mendoza region can be visited year round although October to April is considered the best time to visit. Summer time from December to February brings the hottest temperatures and there is more chance of rain. The spring and fall of Mendoza are very pleasant months to visit with the changing colors of the vines and have more comfortable temperatures. Winter in Mendoza, notably June and July, sees the driest months and temperatures drop to the 50s-60s. The wine harvest or vendimia takes place typically early March and is a great time to visit, although bookings should be secured well in advance.
Call us on 858 345 1763 to start planning your vacation to The Vines Resort & Spa or take a look at our itineraries to Mendoza area
Located in the heart of Argentina’s premier wine growing region, in Mendoza's renowned Uco Valley, The Vines Resort & Spa is the ultimate retreat for food and wine lovers and offers superb one and two bedroom villas in a stunning setting amidst the vines.
Surrounded by 1,500 acres of private vineyards, The Vines Resort & Spa features sleek, modern architecture and 21 expansive private villas – all with private living rooms, kitchenettes and outdoor decks. Many villas showcase breathtaking views of the Andes Mountains and vineyards below.
Interiors are modern and minimal, however locally sourced stone and wood details, along with rich fabrics, ensure a cosy and comfortable feel. Villas also feature complimentary WiFi, Sonos sound systems, a complimentary mini bar and flat screen smart televisions with Apple TV. Spacious bathrooms feature signature spa products created by Fuegia 1833 in addition to dual vanity sinks and rain shower heads. A small spa is available for a variety of massages and treatments and the state-of-the-art fitness center is perfectly set above the vineyards for 360-degree views of the mountains and surrounding scenery. The Resort’s swimming pool is the best in the Uco Valley and offers lounge chairs, as well as private cabanas which once more maximize those incredible views.
Internationally acclaimed Argentine chef Francis Mallmann showcases the best of Argentine cuisine at the hotel's signature restaurant, Siete Fuegos. Translated to “seven fires,” the restaurant showcases Mallmann’s open flame cooking techniques, inspired by Argentine gauchos and refined throughout 12,000 years of history, with a touch of French influence from Francis' years in Paris and the Hamptons. Here you can enjoy sampling delicious local, seasonal ingredients paired with the restaurant's selection of Argentina's best wines - 250 - carefully curated by The Vines’ Wine Director and sommelier team. The Vines Resort & Spa also has five separate wineries offering tastings on the property, including four privately owned brands and the resort's own.
21 private villas - 8 Two Bedroom Deluxe Villas (2742 sq ft), 8 One Bedroom Deluxe Villas (1980 sq ft) and 6 One Bedroom Villas (1002 sq ft).
Children aged 12 years and older are welcome at The Vines.
Siete Fuegos Restaurant, Bar & Cava, Cooking Classes, Wine Camp & Winemaking Workshops (at winery), Private In-Villa dining and Spa Treatment Villa and Fitness Center.
Alison Carey (Staff)
The Vines Resort & Spa is the ultimate in chic, modern comfort. The spacious villas feel like high end apartments complete with private kitchenettes, living rooms and private terraces. Premium bedding, cozy blankets and rich fabrics ensure your comfort along with excellent service. Upgrading to a one bedroom deluxe villa is worth it without a doubt, due to the added indoor fireplace, double shower, huge terrace with multiple seating areas and private fire pit. The on site restaurant Siete Fuegos is fantastic, however it is important to note that wine can only be ordered by the bottle and meals can be pricey.
Ali Andino (Staff)
As you are taken through the entry gates you wind through the vines and gravel road to get to the reception area of the hotel. Upon arrival, you are greeted with a glass of fresh squeezed orange juice as you are shown to your villa. All of the dcor is modern with a cozy feel as if you are staying in a luxury cabin/lodge. The villas all have a kitchenette area stocked with waters, milk for coffee and a complimentary bottle of malbec. The terrace has lounge chairs with a view of the property. There is a comfy couch with Apple TV making it very tempting to stay inside and cozy up with a glass of wine. The service was fantastic and the meal at Siete Fuegos was probably the best I've ever had. The offer tours/tastings of the winery and horseback riding, biking that you can do from the property. On a hot day, you can cool off at the lovely pool they have with lounge chairs and cabanas. Not a place great for kids but ideal for couples.
Jules Maury (Staff)
22 individual villa rooms blend into the vineyards and countryside with their magnificent stone walls, decks with fire pits and floor to ceiling windows looking out over the vista of the Andes. Ride out with the gauchos, dine at their famous Siete Fuegos restaurant seven ways to cook with fire, meander through the vineyards on a wine tasting through the famous Uco Valley or just chill by their amazing pool overlooking the fabulous Andes mountain range. The bar and restaurant are architecturally brilliant with soaring ceilings, amazing views and a fantastic ambience. This is truly a gorgeous hotel to base yourself at to explore the vineyards of the Uco Valley or unwind under a big sky surrounded by the most stunning scenery.
Biking the Uco Valley vineyards
Take a private tour by bike through the Uco Valley to discover some of the best wine producers in Argentina. Includes a private lunch at Andeluna or Atamisque winery. Operates on Wednesdays and Fridays.
Full day Cerro Arenales Trek
This challenging full-day trek is perfect for adventurous travelers with a good level of fitness, following the trail along the White River Valley to reach Arenales Peak at 3,500m/11,500ft. Look out for Andean wildlife as you go.
Full-Day Aconcagua Trekking
Hike up to the base camp of Aconcagua, the highest peak in the Andes mountain range, soaking in incredible views over snowy Andean peaks and the surrounding vineyards and valleys of the Mendoza region. Approximately 6 hours of hiking.
Wine Tasting in Lujan de Cuyo
Get to know more about the Malbec grape by visiting three premium wineries in the Lujan de Cuyo area near Mendoza. Learn about the production processes and enjoy a gourmet wine lunch, with plenty of wine tasting of course!
Wineries of Chile & Argentina
Santiago, Colchagua, Mendoza & Buenos Aires
from $6100 pp 9 nights
- Sample the best of Argentinean and Chilean wines
- Stay at exclusive accommodation throughout, from the beautiful boutique Clos Apalta Residence in Chile's Colchagua Valley to contemporary The Vines in Mendoza
- Discover the inventive variety of cooking in Buenos Aires, from parillas to molecular cuisine
Location & directions
Located in Argentina's renowned Uco Valley wine making region nestled at the base of the majestic Andes, a 1.5 hour drive from Mendoza.
How to get there
13-hour 40-minute flight to Buenos Aires Ezeiza International Airport, from there it's a 2-hour flight to Mendoza, followed by a 1-hour 30-minute road transfer to The Vines.