Tunuyan is situated approximately 50 miles (80 kilometers) south of Mendoza and about 610 miles (982 kilometers) west of the national capital Buenos Aires.
There’s no nicer way to experience the tastes, textures and traditions of a region than to spend some time exploring the vine rows, barrel rooms and vintages of its wineries. Experts and newcomers alike should head to Casa Palmero and Clos de los Siete Winery, two of the most celebrated wine producers in Tunuyan. Bodega Salentein and Bodega Gimenez Riili are two other highly praised vineyards worth touring if you have the time.
If you’ve still got time up your sleeve after checking out all the major sights in Tunuyan, be sure to head over to the Return to the Motherland Monument.