Vineyard for sale, Malbec 1925

Viñedo de Vistalba

Malbec 1925

Excellent property located in one of the most exclusive areas of the World of Wine. Vistalba, Lujan de Cuyo is the cradle of Argentine Malbec.

The Malbec vineyard dates from 1925 and is kept in optimal conditions.

The property has irrigation rights and urban services: gas, drinking water and electricity.

Dimensions: 64,000 m2 = 6.5 hectares = 16 Acres
Grape variety: Malbec 1925
Services: Drinking water, electricity and gas.

Vistalba

Vistalba is an Argentine town and district located in the Luján de Cuyo Department of the Mendoza Province.

The place houses one of the most important wine-growing areas in the world and gives rise to the development of important tourist businesses.

More than 55 wineries with tourist opening in Argentina have their farms in Luján de Cuyo. The vineyards of this area invite whoever wishes to visit each terroir. Due to its climate and location, this land becomes an unbeatable terrain for the production of the vine. Family businesses, boutique or industrial wineries invite tourists to live the charming and extraordinary experience of winemaking.


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MENDOZA ARGENTINA

Fall in love with Mendoza, land of Sun and Wine!

More than 320 sunny days, blue skies, the highest mountain in the American continent, nature all around, worldwide recognized vineyards, wineries, restaurants and hotels are waiting for you to discover the pleasure of being yourself while being pampered! Or why not engaging yourself in adventure sports as rafting, balloon flights or horse back riding? Be as active o relaxed as you want to be: discover the #MendozaMode.



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By Federico Arce

Comprometido con el desarrollo de soluciones comerciales para pequeños negocios. Desde Mendoza para todo el Mundo.

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