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“Lovely family-run vineyard and restaurant”

Bodega Familia Di Tommaso
Ranked #18 of 47 things to do in Maipu
Certificate of Excellence
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Recommended length of visit: <1 hour
Owner description: Ditommaso winery is our house, where the wines keep the aromas, flavors and traditions alive. Its old machinery guards the spirit; the new one makes the terroir express himself. Let’s share this heritage of harvests, delicacies, customs and unique sensations. Cheers!Wine Tasting - Tours - RestaurantNo reservations neededopen from Monday to Saturday and holidays from 10AM to 6PM
Reviewed 2 April 2013

We had a very nice lunch and our daughter loved playing in the vineyard. There aren't too many wineries where they encourage you to wander out an eat the fruit! The best dessert option was the quintessential Argentinian combination of Mate, a bowl of fresh dolce de leche with a pile of toasted bread. So good, we ate it first! The owners are VERY family friendly and we could not have felt more welcome. The wine is pretty nice too!

Thank Robert C
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Reviewed 5 January 2013

Great wine and good service. One of the best larger wineries we visited. The staff member who took the wine tasting was friendly and very informative. Nice setting.

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Reviewed 21 December 2012

This is the oldest bodega in the area and has a very interesting history. The tour guide was superb and very informed. The tour was reasonably priced and included four wines to try. We were on a wine and bike tour (Mr Hugo) and so we couldn't carry too much but couldn't resist a bottle of the Cabernet Sauvingon. We didn't stop for lunch but it looked good and was reasonably priced. I would definitely recommend this as a must do on a wine and bike tour.

Thank Jeneveve1975
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Reviewed 28 November 2012 via mobile

Some Of the staff here are great, others are curt and unfriendly (generally the younger stuff were great, the older women were somewhat mean). However, the whole experience was good ad the wines were delicious and, very rare for an Argentine vineyard, one is encourages to go for a walk in the vineyard an among the olive groves. Very pleasant. The restaurant (La Chiase) is good, producing tasty food, but beware that it took an hour for our salads to be served. No problem given were we're not in a schedule, but amazingly slow - as we and the other 5 or 6 tables of people round us discovered.

Thank Neil R
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Reviewed 23 July 2012

Cycled here on one of Mr Hugo's bikes and had the most fantastic lunch sitting outside in the July sunshine. It was some sort of chicken, beef, sausage stew with corn and beans. yum! Super service and the best tiramisu. Wines were pretty good too!

Thank drfw
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