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Known as Chile’s green north, the Limari Valley is an oasis of natural beauty and amazing landscapes. Get to know the renowned white wine production and its delicious tropical fruits, like the papaya, iconic produce of the area.
A must here is to take the Limari Wine Tour, which combines visits to important export wineries where you will see the processes, manufacturing and distribution of this delicious product as well as part of this place’s history.
The area’s vineyards are famous for their Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc and Cabernet varieties. You can also take the opportunity to learn more about pisco production, a grape spirit that is quite important for Chile. Enjoy the different activities available in the Limari Valley!
Vineyard committed to the preparation of unique wines, which are a true reflection of the character and terroir of the Limari Valley.
Visit their cellars and be amazed by the engravings that reflect the influence of the Molle culture in their processes, as well as a massive mural that portrays the enchanted valley located a few meters from the estate.
Tamaya means “High Lookout” in the Diaguita language, an indigenous culture that lived in the Limari Valley, where the vineyard is now located. Visit it and discover the valuable Pre-Colombian archaeological remains hidden in its more than 160 hectares.
Take a walk around their plantations, which aside from grapes also include citrus fruits, avocados and olives. Try their delicious reds and whites and enjoy their pisco, the only ultra-Premium one in Chile.
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