Clos de los Siete

Clos de los Siete, Vista Flores: Hours, Address, Clos de los Siete Reviews: 4/5

Clos de los Siete
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10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
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10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
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10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Wednesday
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
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10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
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10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Saturday
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Sunday
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
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196 reviews
Excellent
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Terrible
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Charles B
Toronto, Canada41 contributions
Sipping excellent wines and gazing at the Andes!
Jan. 2020
We went in January 2019 to Clos de los Siete. It is a collection of seven (siete) vineyards that was the brainchild of a prominent French winemaker, Michel Rolland, who partnered with seven Bordeaux families to create this unique wine making project.

Spectacular setting and excellent wines. We visited two of the seven and were not disappointed.

Highly recommended.
Written December 9, 2020
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brodyboy
San Francisco, CA310 contributions
Great tour
Mar. 2019 • Couples
Had a fantastic, informative tour here. We saw three of the very different and beautiful wineries that help to make one of my favorite wines in Uco Valley. Reservations necessary.
Written April 25, 2019
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🇦🇷JP Gonzalez Salas🚾🍷
Mendoza, Argentina128 contributions
Le France in Argentina
Feb. 2018 • Couples
One of the most prestigious winemakers in the world founded this place with a couple of his friends. Their wines are elegant and exhuberant. must see and must taste!
Written October 2, 2018
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mfgn
Belo Horizonte, MG77 contributions
Beautiful place, nice wine poor touristic services.
May 2018 • Friends
We've been there for the second time. The first one we did a wine tasting in Cuvelier de Los Andes many years ago with Adrián Manchón himself. That was an experience. This time, we did the regular wine tasting touristic premium package. That one was very, very poor experience. Details below:

The place. Huge, amazing, beautiful, impressive. They have 5 wineries in the same complex all with different architecture. You can have your wine looking to the Andes and miles and miles of vines. We visited Monteviejo where we had the amazing Octava Alta.
The problem was the tasting in Diamandes. We purchased the “super premium tasting tour” and paid USD 75,00 per person to taste 5 wines. With this name and price I was expecting something out of the ordinary, almost a religious experience. Well the tasting presentation was just ok, but the wines choice was disastrous….. they even served us the regular Clos de los siete, a nice wine, but definitively not a premium. The only one we had I can call it for amost that name was the Cuvelier gran Malbec. This tasting was a disappointment. It really was a USD 15,00 tasting, very overpriced. As a idea we had the premium tasting at the marvelous Achavel-Ferrer, drank 3 of their 4 best wines for USD 15,00

Conclusion, Very nice place to visit, had some quality time and wine, but run like the plague from their touristic trap “Premium tastings”.
Written May 9, 2018
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Daniela F
Argentina78 contributions
A lot of potencial, need to improve
Dec. 2017 • Couples
My husband and I went to the passionate program (is an expensive program). This included the visit of three vineyards and lunch in one of them.
We arrived on time (according to the mail we received). Apparently there was a mistake in that mail, and they live us waiting under the sun in our car. In the first vineyard, we see almost nothing... just some view though some windows. In the second vineyard, we don’t see anything, we go directly to the terrace to do a wine tasting. This part was very good and the view from the Terrance is amazing. In the third vineyard, we saw a little more, and we had lunch. The wine was very good, but the food was not amazing, below my expectations.
Another thing, the most interesting about Clos de los Siete is the history about how they became partners and do this huge place. The icon is Michel Rolland, and the only vineyard you can’t go is his. Half of the way.. a lot of potencial, need to improve a lot!
Written December 9, 2017
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MontrachetJ
Clitheroe, UK540 contributions
Comprehensive, instructive, enjoyable
Sep. 2017 • Couples
Unlike some other reviewers, we found Clos de los Siete an excellent, informative visit, with personal attention and a vertical wine tasting that as informative and excellent value. The tour, too, was comprehensive and our host entertaining and good humoured. There was a focus on the wine that we enjoyed and that certainly contrasted with the lack of interest shown in us by the nearby Monteviejo. This visit has certainly caused us to revise our opinion of Clos de los Siete, a wine I knew previously but hadn't rated quite so highly.
Written September 27, 2017
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calderlucn
Miami, FL38 contributions
A place to focus on the wine
Jun. 2017
There are several wineries within clos de los siete, we only visited Rolland for a barrel tasting. The winery is simple, if you want to see architecture you are in the wrong place, if you are interested in learning about top wines, you made a great decision to visit. Clearly Michelle Rolland wants you to focus on the important thing, it's products!!! We were hosted by Veronica and Ximena (both are great!), we tasted direct from the barrel trying to understand how winemakers can figure out the blend and the outcome of a product that is still in the making!

PS Make sure you reserve on advance.
Written June 3, 2017
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Wei T
1 contribution
Go straight to bodegas monteviejo
May 2017 • Couples
The visitor center at clos de los siete is underwhelming at best - lady at cashier was very unhelpful. Would recommend going straight for tasting and/or lunch at bodegas monteviejo owned by Marcelo Pelleriti, who also owns la violette in pomerol. Monteviejo also currently contributes 45% of the wine made by clos de los siete anyway as the 7 original partners are now reduced to 4. Monteviejo wines are much better than those of clos de los siete too. Like those by chateau violette, they are structured, so fruit forward. The wine La Violeta in particular (wont be able to taste it as only best grapes in best vintages are used to make this wine), while very pricey, has a bit of a cult status like some Cali cab savs. We were taken care of by Vannessa who was also kind enough to offer to line up visits at the other bodegas in clos de los siete when we were there but we didn't take her up on her offer in the end as in my humble opinion a visit to monteviejo will suffice.
Written May 10, 2017
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Nancy_Ottawa
Ottawa, Canada557 contributions
Good wines. Expensive but very informative tasting.
Jan. 2017 • Couples
Some of Argentina's best kept secrets come from the Mendoza region and we were happy to sample some of them first hand. It's no wonder the wines from the Uco Valley are so amazing as the grapes overlook the impressive snow capped Andes mountains (and all that sunshine doesn't hurt).

The Clos de los Siete project involves a group of four wineries, all run by families originating from France. We arranged a private tasting at the Bodega Cuvelier de los Andes followed by a late afternoon lunch at Bodega Monteviejo. The tasting fee at Cuvelier de los Andes was much too expensive (and there is no credit if you buy wine) but we were genuinely impressed with the wines and found the tour very informative and unpretentious. During lunch, our server at Monteviejo took great care of us and all of the food and wine paring was spot on. A great way to explore wines and get a taste of some beautiful scenery. If you're going, you'll need to make reservations.
Written February 17, 2017
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SpanishGolfer
Toronto, Canada50 contributions
Good wines poor hospitality!!
Jun. 2016 • Friends
Some good wines, however, their hospitality and tourism is extremely poor. Been disappointed twice, they can not get their act together to cater international travelers and even sale their wines to them.
Written June 14, 2016
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