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Wine Tours


The following tours are offered by our partners Santiago Adventures. For Wine Tour of 4 or more days, please contact us directly for an itinerary and quote.


Chilean Wine Tasting Program in Santiago


We invite you join us on a unique excursion - a two hour private wine tasting program featuring Chilean wines in Santiago's top wine store. This is the only progam of its kind in Santiago and offered exclusively by Santiago Adventures. The program includes a wine tasting of six outstanding wines - 2 whites and 4 reds - that you choose from a menu that has been specially prepared by our sommelier for our guests. After, we can assist you in choosing the perfect Chilean wines to bring home.

Prices vary depending on the number of persons in your group. Prices include:

  • Round-Trip transportation from your hotel in Santiago
  • Professional English-speaking guides
  • Wine Region Map to keep
  • Wine tasting
  • All sales tax
  • an enjoyable and informative day in Santiago 


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Chile Wine Tours from Santiago

Indulge your senses with a tour that combines vineyards, wine tasting and gourmet food with local Chilean culture and history. Our tailor-made, full-day wine tours feature visits to Chile’s top wine-growing valleys near Santiago.

Tours include a morning visit to a winery, followed by a delicious lunch, and then an afternoon visit to a second winery. Depending on the destination and logistics, it may be possible to visit three wineries in one day. We arrange tours to specific wineries based on our guest’s preference and a winery’s availability  


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Custom Wine Day Tours - Wine Valleys near Santiago  

Aconcagua Wine Valley


The Aconcagua Valley, located about an hour’s drive north of Santiago, is known for Cabernet Sauvignon and Syrah. On a clear day you can see the stunning peak of Aconcagua which gives the valley its name. At nearly 23,000 feet it is the highest peak in the western hemisphere. Wineries which we may visit include Errazuriz, Von Siebenthal or San Esteban. A delicious Chilean lunch will be prepared by our hosts Marcela and Alexis at Casa San Regis, a beautifully restored hacienda dating back to the 1750s.


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Casablanca and San Antonio Wine Valleys


West of Santiago, on the road to Valparaíso, is the Casablanca Valley. A cool coastal climate makes this wine-growing region ideal for white varietals, and accordingly the Casablanca Valley is known for its premium Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc wines. Wine production began in this region in the 1980s, and as a result the wine facilities here have a very modern feel. Wineries that offer visits include Casa del Bosque, Indómita, Matetic, Veramonte, Villard, Vina Organico Emiliana and William Cole. For lunch, we will visit one of two gourmet restaurants, House of Morandé or Indómita.


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Cachapoal Wine Valley


Cachapoal Valley is one hour south of Santiago and lies between the Andes and the Coastal Range. Producing primarily red varietals, the valley is quickly earning an international reputation for premium Cabernets and Merlots. Winery visits include Anakena, Chateau Los Boldos, Gracia, La Rosa, Misiones de Rengo and Torreón de Paredes. We will have lunch at the splendid Hacienda Los Lingues, a 450-year-old estate steeped in history.


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Maipo Wine Valley


The Maipo Valley is the oldest wine-producing valley in Chile, and it lies just south of Santiago, extending from the foot of the Andes to the middle of the Central Valley. This valley produces bold Cabernet Sauvignons that have garnered international recognition. Chile’s largest and more traditional wineries can be found here, but the region is also home to up-and-coming boutique wineries, many of which are owned by Chileans who have partnered with French, U.S. and Italian winemakers. For lunch, we’ll visit Doña Paula Restaurant at the Viña Santa Rita, and take a tour of their winery, one of the oldest in Chile. Wineries we visit may include: Almaviva, Aquitania, Haras de Pirque, Perez Cruz, Quebrada de Macul and William Fevre.


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Custom Wine Tour


Wine tours are available every day, all year. Reservations are required at least two days before your tour.

Each customized tour is priced according to the wineries and restaurant we visit. Our tours are private and include:  

  • Round trip transportation from your hotel in Santiago
  • English-speaking guides experienced in wine tourism
  • Gourmet lunch
  • Winery entrance and tasting fees
  • All sales tax
  • A terrific day in the Chilean countryside


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3-Day Chile Wine Tour - Price


This tour is available year round. Prices vary depending on group size and include:


  • Round-Trip transportation from your hotel in Santiago
    Professional, English-speaking guides with experience in wine toursim
  • 1 night at the Casa Tarapaca Inn
  • 1 night at the Viña Casa Silva Hotel
  • 2 breakfasts, 3 winery lunches, 1 dinner
  • Visits to 9 wineries
  • A great experience in Chile 


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Exploring Chile's Wine Country: 3-day Wine Tour


Spend three days exploring Chile’s most important wine-producing valleys, the Casablanca, Maipo and Colchagua. Includes lodging at two distinctive winery hotels.  


Day 1: Casablanca Valley. West of Santiago, on the road to Valparaíso, is the Casablanca Valley. A cool coastal climate makes this wine-growing region ideal for white varietals, and accordingly, the Casablanca Valley is known for its premium Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc wines. Wine production began in this region as late as the 1980s, and as a result the wine facilities here have a very modern feel.

We begin our tour with a visit to one of the first wineries built in the Casablanca Valley, Viña Villard. Here, the enthusiasm and passion for winemaking is contagious. Our host, Charles Villard, a second-generation winemaker, will share with us some of their excellent Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Noir wines.

Our next stop is virtually next-door, at Viña Orgánica Emiliana, a leader in the organic winegrowing movement and internationally recognized for their premium wine, Coyam. We will then enjoy a gourmet lunch at Restaurant Indómita, located on a hillside that overlooks the Viña Indómita valley.

We head farther west toward the coast and to Viña Matetic, a beautiful winery located between the Casablanca and Leyda valleys. Matetic produces award-winning Syrah, Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Noir. We then head back toward Santiago and to the Maipo Valley and Viña Tarapacá, where we will have dinner and spend the night in the winery’s handsome, historic mansion inn.


Day 2: Maipo Valley. The day starts early with a tour of the lovely grounds at Viña Tarapacá, and a tasting in their antique cellars. We then visit Viña Santa Rita, also in the Maipo Valley and the third-largest producer of wine in Chile. Lunch will be served at the winery’s Doña Paula Restaurant, located within a building that has been designated a national historic monument.

Our last stop in the Maipo Valley will be at Portal del Alto. This small, family-run winery is headed by Alejandro Hernandez, who was the first non-European president of the International Organization of Vineyards and Wine. The day ends with a drive south to the Colchagua Valley and the lovingly restored Hotel Viña Casa Silva. Dinner tonight is on your own in the hotel’s restaurant.


Day 3: Colchagua Valley. The tourist-friendly Colchagua Valley is located about two hour’s drive from Santiago, and it is often referred to as “Chile’s Napa Valley.” This region is known for producing some of the country’s best reds, particularly Merlot, Carmenère and Cabernet Sauvignon. Our day begins with a tour and wine tasting at Viña Casa Silva, which produces an award-winning Carmenère, the signature grape of Chile. We then drive 45 minutes toward the coast and through the heart of the Colchagua Valley and huaso (Chilean cowboy) country. Here we will visit Viu Manent, a winery that is producing some of the best Malbec in South America – much to the chagrin of Argentines, who consider Malbec their signature wine! The visit includes a ride through the vineyards on a horse-drawn carriage for an expert overview of the terroir of the Colchagua Valley. After the wine tasting, we will have lunch at Viu Manent’s restaurant.

Across the road, in the “Apalta” region, is the leader of Chile’s wine revolution, Montes. The visit begins with an exciting tour through their brand-new winery. Completed in 2004, it is South America’s most modern winemaking facility. The tour then heads up a hillside planted with vineyards that give name to their premium Syrah, “Folly.” At a high lookout point, we then enjoy a wine tasting and spectacular view of the Colchagua Valley. Return to Santiago.


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