Chile is a paradise for wine lovers, and its 'vinos' are acclaimed around the world. The benevolent climates and multitude of geographical conditions and soils, provide visitors with a neverending tasting trail between the Elqui and Malleco Valleys.
The very best Chilean red and white wines are often exported and sold at exorbitant prices in Europe and the US. However, on a guided wine tour or a private trip to the many wineries, you can often find these quality drops at much lower prices. Whether it’s a Cabernet Sauvignon from Maule or a Chardonnay from Casablanca, you won’t be disappointed.
Visit Montes Winery visionary winery and be inspired by its Feng Shui design. Taste their finest wines. Enjoy outstanding restaurant cuisine at Fuegos de Apalta, operated by world-renowned chef, Francis Mallmann. Or venture onto the hillside and follow botanical trail, with its stunning scenic vistas. Enjoy this unforgettable experience one of the top attractions in the Colchagua Valley.
Located in the middle of the Maipo Valley, in the Santa Ana Estate, here you can visit one of the pioneer vineyards in the viticulture of Chile. With more than 130 years of experience and innovation, in Undurraga Winery they invite you to know how unique wines are produced, from specific origins, which reflects the best of the terroirs and valleys of Chile.
Cousino Macul Winery
With the incorporation of new lines of wine, like Finis Terrae and Dama de Plata, the acquisition of terrain in Paine, and other important milestones, the new generations have maintained the family tradition while also leaving their own legacy on the vineyard.
RE Bodegas has a concept of unique wines, based on REcreate, REveal and REinvent. It offers ancestral wines from the biblical stories to the wines produced in the past centuries by the family in noble and beautiful clay jars. Beautiful wines are born at RE Bodegas.
San Pedro Winery
San Pedro is one of the most important wineries in Chile and one of the country’s most significant exporters, with a presence in over 80 markets across five continents with its brands: Altaïr, Cabo de Hornos, Sideral, Kankana del Elqui, Tierras Moradas, 1865, Epica, Castillo de Molina, 35 SUR and GatoNegro.