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La famosa Chorrillana | Chile #10
Famous for their Pinot Noir and Sauvignon Blanc. This valley is characterized by its cold weather and moderate rainfall which gives the grapes that grow in this fertile and beautiful land, particular characteristics.
With unique traits like a natural landscape of countryside and ocean breeze, in the Leyda Valley the new and refreshing flavors, combined with fertile soils and coastal temperatures prevail. Toast to your health in one of the most special valleys of the central area.
A producer of Premium wines with 100% organic grapes, harvested under strict environmental care, you can’t miss out on visiting their vineyards and the amazing natural surroundings.
Spoil yourself at the restaurant Equilibrio, where they achieve a perfect balance between the dishes made with local products and the wine chosen for each one of them. Visit the plantations on horseback or bicycle and end your day by toasting with one of their blends on the warm terraces.
Located on a unique and privileged terroir close to the ocean, they produce strong and healthy grapes that create iconic wines. Give yourself a feast tasting the renowned Pinot Noir and Sauvignon Blanc varieties.
Enjoy their great touristic experiences, which allow you to be part of the creation of this drink. Start by picking and harvesting your grapes, give a hand to the enologist at the barrel winery and end your experience by tasting the blend.
Enjoy the texture, colors and flavor of the Cachapoal Valley. The high temperatures of the summer and the heavy rain in the winter are perfect ingredients for an exquisite red wine, the specialty of this area which will win over your palate. You can take several guided tours through important wineries that produce excellent wines, especially the emblematic French variety which was reborn in Chile, the Carmenere. Some tours even include horseback rides, outdoor barbecues and mountain biking.See more
With mature flavors and a big personality, wines from the Aconcagua Valley in Chile are part of the country's traditional countryside life. Set in the valleys of Chile's central area, the land and the weather give life to top quality varieties that are exported to different parts of the world. The conditions present in the valley allow the numerous vines and vineyards to have a slow but constant maturing, guaranteeing in this way, flavors that are more mature and fuller bodied. Complete with a high quality wine tourism experience, if you like good wine then the Aconcagua Valley is one[...]See more
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[...]See more
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