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A valley with a great passion for wine that can be seen in every corner, that is Maule Valley. Enjoy the endless variety of vineyards dotted around these lands that welcome you with attractive tourism experiences.
Be amazed by the fun tours that these deeply family-rooted vineyards have, as well as others that mix the use of hi-tech with boutiques and Chilean traditions.
High-end luxury services like wine-therapy and olive oil tasting are just some of the alternatives that will keep you busy during your visit to the valley.
Take your time and quietly enjoy this vineyard. Visit their famous adobe winery where both red and white wines are preserved. Admire their clay vessels, which have more than 400 years of history and soak up their traditions by tasting some of the legendary blends.
Enjoy boat rides, group walks and outdoor rural barbecues, accompanied by house wines. It’s advisable to make reservations ahead of time and to avoid going during July and August due to the weather conditions.
Enjoy the scenic beauty of this vineyard. With grape plantations that surround the Maule Lagoon and the amazing Descabezado Volcano in the background, this is an unforgettable spectacle.
Visit and try their beloved Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Pinot Noir and Merlot while you walk around the vineyards and make a toast in the tours guided by specialists.
Visit this family-owned vineyard set up on the Tabonko Estate. Visit their vineyards and see the manual extraction and grape handling processes, which respect local traditions and create an independent wine that will steal your palate.
Enjoy their variety of touristic experiences, which includes a zoo, extensive parks and a lodge with a rural feel.
Focus on the production of premium organic wines, give yourself the pleasure of tasting the celebrated blends of their varieties such as Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Carmenere and Merlot.
Pioneering in wine tourism in Chile, their guided tours are a thing to see. Visit their vineyards, barrel room, the beautiful park of their colonial manor and finish the day with a toast on their terraces with one of their brand’s iconic wines.
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