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There isn’t another wine producing landscape like this in Chile. The Itata Valley is a small treasure hidden in the south of Chile. Visit small holdings where vineyards appear between their pine trees. With a relatively new tour that is increasingly incorporating tourism, the Itata keeps the history of Chilean wine production in its vineyards.
Some of Chile’s most daring wines come from the Itata Valley, where small producers will show you artisanal wine producing processes. Pipeño is one of the best examples, which is sold by the jug and has become a national reference at specialized stores in cities like New York and Paris.
This organic family vineyard, located in the Itata Valley is known for creating sweet wines with hints of raspberry and blueberry which are a true dessert for your palate. Try their wide array of varieties, which run from Cabernet Sauvignon to Gewürztraminer.
Join their guided tours through their oak paneled rooms where, accompanied by the enologist you can taste some of the best blends of the brand.
Prepare to be surprised by this boutique vineyard, which works with 9 different varieties in the production of their wines and mixes French and American barrels. A crazy move that achieves particular white wines that you can’t but try and celebrate.
Join their tours, intimate in nature, which require a previous reservation; their enologists will teach you to differentiate the textures and flavors of each one of their drinks.
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With relatively cold winters and hot summers, in March this valley invites you to experience Chile's largest grape harvesting festival. The so-called Curico Valley Wine Tour is famous and you can visit the large variety of wineries presented in this warm and welcoming site. Look down at the vineyards from amazing lookouts, taste famous and prestigious wines in underground century-old cellars and visit large manors with great family traditions in the Curico Valley. If you want to complement your visit with more activities, really close to this area you can visit the Siete Tazas National Reserve, where you can do[...]See more