A Perfect Vineyard Stay in Argentina

Finca Adalgisa Vineyard


Finca Adalgisa: Vineyard Hotel

Finca Adalgisa is located in a little town called Chacras de Coria in Lujan de Cuyo. Lujan de Cuyo is considered the heart of Mendoza wine country. The vineyards are among the oldest compared to Uco Valley, a popular but newer wine region, giving it a different feel and flavour.


Finca Adalgisa Sunset

Finca Adalgisa Pool


Family Run

The hotel is built around a small vineyard that has been in the family for three generations. It’s exactly the type of wine-making I am passionate about, producing only 5000 bottles of Malbec a year from vines that are nearly 100 years old (click here to read more on how to choose wine).


Finca Adalgisa Old House


Today the hotel and vineyard are owned by Gabriela Furlotti. She inherited the property from her Italian grandfather, locally known as the King of the Vineyard. The property was her family’s summer home until 2000 when she transformed it into an 11-room vineyard hotel.


Finca Adalgisa Garden


Guests are free to explore the vineyards and property. All the staff are extremely polite and always happy to give a tour. We had a busy itinerary but made sure to spend most of the final day relaxing by the pool. It’s also walking distance to some shops, cafes and most importantly, freshly baked empanadas!


Finca Adalgisa Pooltime


Complimentary Wine and Tapas

Every evening from 6 pm to 11 pm, guests can receive a complimentary glass of wine and tapas. There is also a menu of cheese, salami, salads and soup. It doesn’t get much better than cheese and wine in such a beautiful setting! Every night we came here to watch the sun dip below the vines.


Finca Adalgisa Tapas


Cooking Class

They also offer cooking classes and BBQs. Unfortunately, we didn’t get a chance to try the cooking class as we went to see Mendoza’s city centre instead. However, all the guests we met were raving about it. The next night was Christmas Eve. Gabriela threw a fabulous BBQ party for staff and guests. It was a real feast. The food was outstanding, served in typical generous Argentine portions!


Finca Adalgisa BBQ


We also met the lovely Gabriela, who was enjoying a glass of wine with a wine-buyer from London. The hotel and winery are her pride and joy. We wanted to tell her in person what an incredible place she has created. Finca Adalgisa is an oasis. We couldn’t have asked for anything more.


Finca Adalgisa Wine


Our Stone Cottage

We stayed in room 23 in the stone house, a very large two-floor house. I loved the decor and layout, especially the big bathroom behind the bedroom. Everything was fantastic except for one slight problem… There were quite a few spiders. If this bothers you, you’ll be pleased to know that the hotel was extremely helpful in getting rid of them. But this type of unwanted guest is to be expected when staying in the country.


Finca Adalgisa Bedroom


Three days was never going to be enough time. It was just a taste. A beautiful, incredible, unforgettable taste. We booked our Mendoza trip as part of our 2 week Argentina holiday. We spent 5 nights in Buenos Aires, 4 nights in Mendoza, 3 nights at San Antonio de Areco and 2 nights travelling back and forth from London.

It was a tough choice, as there are many gorgeous hotels in the region, such as Lares de Chacra, Club Tapiz and Entre Cielos, but we liked Finca Adalgisa best for its price, value for money, location, photos and history.

 Finca Adalgisa House


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Lara Olivia
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  1. 24 May 2017 / 7:24 pm

    What a gorgeous place. These photos are breathtaking.

    • 25 May 2017 / 10:54 am

      And actually being there is always more impressive than the photos πŸ˜‰

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    24 May 2017 / 6:36 pm

    Mendoza look amazing. The nature is so calming and peaceful! I would love to get lost out there. 3 days isn’t much, but sometimes it’s much more than none πŸ™‚

    • 25 May 2017 / 10:50 am

      Very true, and it was an impossible choice, to go to Argentina and not see Buenos Aires, no no. The itinerary was perfect, I only wish we had had more time (and money, it wasn’t cheap!)

  3. 24 May 2017 / 1:38 pm

    That hotel looks so incredible! I love the orange and green colors of everything, it’s really beautiful πŸ™‚

    • 25 May 2017 / 10:52 am

      I always choose these boutique hotels over the big chains. The passion and love that their owners have will always shine through greater than any attempt at standards set by the big boys.

    • 25 May 2017 / 10:53 am

      It was my first stay inside a vineyard and such a lovely experience! I hope I have inspired you to try it out, there are many around the world to choose from!

  4. 24 May 2017 / 6:42 am

    Noted! this place is such a beautiful delight!

  5. 24 May 2017 / 5:17 am

    The place is looking really amazing and beautiful.
    Love the pictures. πŸ™‚

  6. 23 May 2017 / 7:54 pm

    Mendoza looks so freaking beautiful! Finca Adalgisa would be my first choice!

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