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One of the country’s most famous valleys, the Colchagua Valley, set at the heart of the central valley, is the icon of wine production in Chile. There are several wineries in the valley that offer tours with amazing wine tasting.
The Santa Cruz Vineyard is one of the most emblematic in the area. A cable car takes you to the top of the Chamán Hill where you can see constellations at the observatory of the same name.
You can also visit the automobile museum and learn about the different periods of Chilean history visiting the thematic museum. If you like fine dining, good wine and culture, then Colchagua is your ideal destination.
Right in the middle of a magical setting, this vineyard provides an unforgettable experience for the palate and the soul. Enjoy their organic wines prepared with premium grade grapes harvested using sustainable practices.
Be a part of the adventure of visiting their amazing tourist attractions, which include trekking up the Chaman Hill, nighttime visits to the astronomical center of the same name and wine tasting under the stars.
Set in a small horseshoe shaped valley, which enriches their vineyards that are planted on clay soil mixed with volcanic rocks. Taste their blends of a unique consistency and toast with their Syrah, Sauvignon Blanc and premium “Tacon Alto”.
Explore their vineyards, take your bike around their hills and have a picnic by the reservoir. When the sun sets, visit the cellars where you’ll see how its semi-transparent facade gets a life of its own and lights up at night.
With extensive and beautiful gardens which follow the colonial architecture, this vineyard offers a wide-range of options. Try their delicate wines, have lunch at the local restaurant or take horseback riding classes in the middle of their plantations.
Under the concept of creating wines that respect the environment and their family tradition, you have to try their blends that have their own seal and strong roots to their lands, facts that have made them well known in over 40 countries.
Explore this vineyard or “place of gold” located among the gorges with small micro-climates which enjoy the coastal breeze and have a drip watering system.
Get to know the perfect fusion between man, experience, land, climate and state-of-the-art technology and enjoy activities such as horseback riding, trekking, mountain biking and amazing food to pair with world-class wines.
Discover how gravity plays a crucial role in the careful creation of the wines produced by this vineyard and be amazed by the wonderful landscape where wine production and design are combined.
The tour takes a little more than an hour and you’ll be able to learn about the wine production process and end the tour with a wine tasting. You can’t miss it!
With a rural environment and high-end equipment, live a unique moment learning more about wine through your experience and with your senses.
Be part of the grape harvest, make your own wine, participate in blind tastings, learn to pair wine and food and take a horseback ride with your family and friends.
Visit one of the most traditional vineyards in the Colchagua Valley, with a beautiful historic manor and the oldest winery in the area. The vineyard has a boutique hotel, a restaurant and a polo pitch.
Enjoy their wine tasting tours, take a carriage around the plantation or be amazed by a Chilean rodeo show.
Praised worldwide for their old French vines, taste their powerful Cabernets together with a honey and olive oil tasting that they also produce. The experience will be hard to forget.
Close to Pichilemu, discover their innovative cultivation system, which includes their own weather station and tours around their cellars where you can drink the vineyards latest creations.
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Known around the world for its immense wine production, come and enjoy the best flavors of Chile in the Casablanca Valley, sitting between the coastal mountains and the Pacific in the valleys of Chile's central area. This fertile valley is characterized by the refined preparation of white wine in its Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc varieties. There is a glass of white wine waiting for you in the many wineries that fill the beautiful vineyards of Chile's central valley with flavor not to be missed. And if you are in the Casablanca Valley, don't forget to pair the wine with the[...]See more