Here are our top spots for sipping wine while drinking in the landscape.
By Michael Schachner
Mendoza is more than spectacular mountain peaks towering over thousands of acres of sprawling vineyards of Malbec, the region's signature grape. Over the past 15 years, this desert wine region has evolved into a top destination for wine tourism. Here are our top spots for sipping wine while drinking in the landscape.
Deep in the southern reaches of the Uco Valley, in the San Carlos district, is O. Fournier(pictured), whose visionary winery has been called the "Flying Saucer." Taste wines over lunch or dinner at the Urban restaurant, where you can look out onto a stunning desert landscape.