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Cafayate the Beautiful


The small town of Cafayate is near the southern border of the Salta province, just north of Catamarca and Tucumán. The Calchaqui Valley, a catch-all name for a series of valleys on the edge of the Andes mountains, surrounds Cafayate and has some of the most spectacular landscapes in Argentina. It changes rapidly and dramatically from desert to mountains to sub-tropical forests.

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The Calchaqui’ Valley is a magical place with landscapes and evening sunsets. Where you will find adventure along the trails in the colorful desert mountains. On clear nights touch the stars and open your eyes to simpler times. Enrich your life with laughter and tolerance. May your visit to the Piattelli Wine Resort be memorable and the wines you taste will be unforgettable.

The Piattelli Wine Resort selected the swan as its logo. With its elegant grace and gentle beauty it is the symbol of love and fidelity. Our wish during your stay is that you take the time to Relax, Reflect & Reconnect.

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Rated number 1 out of 51 restaurants in Cafayate on Trip Advisor, our very own Winery is our first reccomendation. We specialize in South American and Argentinean cuisine. This winery opened in 2013 and features exquisite architecture, attention to detail, beautiful gardens, careful presentation of historical monuments and a gravity-flow winery. The restaurant is open daily for lunch as well as by reservation for large groups for dinner and other special events. The menu features traditional cuisine with a gourmet approach, using only local produce, spices and meat. Piattelli produces a range of wines including Malbec, Torrontes, Cabernet, Tannat and more..

Piattelli Wine Tour 

followed by

Wine & Cheese Tasting

Under Wine wine tastings we have 3 options 1. Piattelli Winery-wine and cheeses 2. Piattelli Wine Resort Red Wine and Chocolates 3. Two hour 4X4 adventure to the Piattelli Winery in Animaná with a tasting of our Limited Edition wines and lunch.


Grape Crushing

Stomp some grapes!

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