Argentina’s answer to Napa Valley is in the Mendoza Province at Cavas Wine Lodge, positioned within a 55-acre vineyard that produces some of the country’s most revered wines. It’s hard to miss the Andes Mountains in the background from almost anywhere on the property, but every room has a west-facing view so you won’t miss one second of the sparkling orange sunsets (the sun shines almost 330 days a year).
The lodge is located just five minutes from the country’s finest vineyards, and you can design a custom tasting itinerary with the concierge so you can see where and how each wine is made.
Top suite: Grand Villa from $3,200 per night
Spa sanctuary: The spa almost exclusively uses wine as its main ingredient to help fight free radicals and strengthen the circulatory system. On the menu is a Malbec scrub and Bonarda bath.
Contact: Cecilia Diaz Chuit, director of sales, firstname.lastname@example.org, +54 261 410 6927, cavaswinelodge.com