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Bodega y Cavas Weinert

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It was in 1977 when Bernardo Weinert acquired a cellar full of aged barrels, one of the few urban wineries that survive in Mendoza. A functional and comfortable building for what were the vintages of yesteryear, which fulfill the function of large reception beaches and wine making, where everything ends in huge underground cellars, surrounded by infinite bricks, whose temperature remains unchanged. This is where Weinert's wines rest, inside colossal French oak barrels or stowed bottles.

It was in 1977 when Bernardo Weinert acquired a cellar full of aged barrels, one of the few urban wineries that survive in Mendoza. A functional and comfortable building for what were the vintages of yesteryear, which fulfill the function of large reception beaches and wine making, where everything ends in huge underground cellars, surrounded by infinite bricks, whose temperature remains unchanged. This is where Weinert's wines rest, inside colossal French oak barrels or stowed bottles.

Updated on 27 May 2024
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