It is almost impossible to come to Chile and not immerse oneself into the secrets of wines and vineyards. Our country produces wines that are recognized all over the world and each wine valley possesses the wisdom of the perfect blend between soil, climate and different varieties of grapes.
Whether you are a wine connoisseur or you just want to experience Chilean wine culture, from Aconcagua Valley to Bío Bío Valley you will have great opportunities to taste superb wines and to get to know the wine making process during an exciting excursion or to immerge even more in the fascinating landscapes of the wine valleys by staying overnight at an outstanding boutique winery…
Chile’s wine regions are bounded by the Atacama Desert in the north and ancient forests in the south. This broad variety of geography, climates and soil brings diversity of flavours and styles to Chilean Wines.
Wine tradition in Chile dates back to the 16th century, when stocks of vine were brought by ship from Spain. The import of noble French varieties began in the mid-19th century and in the 1980s mayor technological advances influenced the wine making industry resulting in a growing export of Chilean Wine during the past 20 years.
- Santiago – Casablanca: 92 km
- Santiago – Santa Cruz: 180 km
- Santiago -Maipo Valley: 25 km approx.
Harvest time take place at the beginning of March in the central area.