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Visit one of Chile’s most important valleys where the production of wines like the Syrah and Carmenere stands out. Your palate will be pleased.
Discover pisco, a spirit that has become the star product of the Elqui Valley. The wonderful grapes from this valley, which marks the beginning of the Atacama Desert, are a true delight for your senses.
A good way to begin your tour is by visiting the pisco plants. There you can see the whole manufacturing process of this grape spirit, attend tastings and buy a unique souvenir from your trip to Chile.
Pioneer boutique vineyard in the heights of the Elqui Valley. You can’t miss out on learning about the unique characteristics of this terroir, it is the largest winery in the north of Chile, the one at the highest altitude and with a semi-desertic climate that allows developing the full potential of the Syrah and Moscatel grapes.
Enjoy yourself while you taste their wines in their laid back tours, where they work under an open-door policy so there’s no need to make reservations.
With four plantatations in different places of the Elqui Valley, their blends are an acclaimed mix of strong and fresh flavors that make their wines unique. Visit their vineyards of Carmenere and Syrah, see their cellars and end your journey by trying their reserve blends.
To visit them, you must make reservations at least 2 weeks in advance, respecting the norms of an intimate tour which allows a maximum of 8 people at a time.
A vineyard with a limited production, but one with a great quality. Pioneering in the production of Malbec and Pinot Noir, with grapes that are 100% from the Elqui Valley and handled strictly with care.
Visit it through their private tours, which are done with prior reservation. Get to know the aging process of their wines in barrels brought from France, America and Hungary, which gives their blends a unique touch.
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