Finca Adalgisa
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Finca Adalgisa
Staying at Finca Adalgisa is like visiting your Argentine relative's five-acre working vineyard. The 11 residential rooms and suites are homey and comfortable with fireplaces that glow during the evenings. The Furlotti family has lived on this farm for more than three generations, cultivating the vineyard’s 80-year-old malbec vines as well as fruit and olive trees. The owner, Gabriela Furlotti, lives on the property and offers warm personal service at every turn. Her two dogs and several cats are friendly mascots that roam the farm and communal areas happily greeting guests.

You can get a close-up look at the finca in action, whether it’s helping to harvest grapes or extract olive oil. There's a swimming pool in the garden, and bikes are available for exploring the surrounding area and visiting other wineries. In the evening, you'll be served a complimentary glass of wine with tapas. The finca also offers cooking classes in the outdoor horno de barro (brick oven), where you'll prepare authentic regional dishes and a classic Argentine asado (barbecue). Rustic and romantic, Finca Adalgisa is a great option for travelers looking for privacy with a homey feel.
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Neighborhood Vibe
A charming suburb 20 minutes outside Mendoza’s city center, Chacras de Coria is a residential area that has transformed into an extension of downtown Mendoza. It offers quaint boutiques, notable wineries, and some of the city’s finest restaurants. Explore the area by bicycle, stopping to stroll through Plaza de Chacras, where you’ll find Iglesia Nuestra Señora del Perpetuo Socorro, an enchanting church and treasured architectural gem. On Sundays there is an open-air market in the plaza where vendors sell artisan wares and locals gather to enjoy the live music.
Need to Know
Rooms: Six standard rooms and five suites; from $310, including breakfast and a daily glass of wine in the winery. Closed June 1 to October 1 for low season.
Check-in: 3 p.m.; check-out: 11 a.m.
Dining options: Complimentary tapas and cheese platters are offered nightly to guests. Two-and-a-half hour cooking classes are available by appointment. A professional Argentine chef will teach guests how to prepare traditional empanadas Mendocinas in a clay oven and how to grill meats and vegetables with fresh chimichurri sauce made with the finca’s olives. Argentine asados can be booked nightly at 8 p.m.; guests will enjoy copious amounts of fresh beef and malbec wine from the vineyard.
Spa and gym details: Finca Adalgisa books guests’ spa treatments at Entre Cielos’ Hammam and Spa.
Insider Tips
Who's it for: Food, wine, and animal lovers who want an authentic Argentine experience delivered by a hospitable local.
Our favorite rooms: Each room is unique, but the first-floor suite with a private terrace and fireplace is a favorite among couples.
Local highlight: Book an asado at the hotel and you’ll get to experience firsthand a beloved Argentine custom—sharing food and wine with family and friends. You’ll snack on olives from the property, nibble on cheese and cured meats while sipping on the finca’s delicious malbec. Enjoy friendly conversation while the asador (barbecue chef) grills Argentina’s finest beef over hot embers. Don’t fill up too fast; the meat comes out in several rounds and you’ll want to leave room to try all the different cuts. Digest with a glass of Fernet, the country’s most popular liqueur.
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