Full Day Concha y Toro & Santa Rita Vineyards from Santiago

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7 hours - 8 hours
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Why take this tour?

You’ll depart from the hotel and set course to the Maipo Valley, where the Viña Concha y Toro is located. The tour includes a walk through the beautiful colonial gardens of this company founded in 1883. A visit to the wineries, to the vineyards themselves and, of course, a tasting is also part of the tour, later you will be visiting Santa Rita Vineyard, surrounded by the unique natural settings, this tour will teach you about the history of Chile and its wine culture. The tour begins in the vines, where in the mixed vine garden you can find many different grapes that are grown there. You will experience the whole wine production process, passing through the wine cellars, the storage cellars and bottling plants. Legend has it that 120 national soldiers sheltered there during a long and exhausting battle for Chilean independence. That is where the name of one of their most famous wines comes from and end with a wine tasting experience at the wine bar before heading back to the hotel.

What’s included?

  • Private Transport

  • Private Guide

  • Wine Tasting

  • Engraved Wine Glass as a Gift

  • Entry/Admission - Concha y Toro

  • Entry/Admission - Vina Santa Rita

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Before you book

  • Duration: 7-8 hours

  • Mobile tickets accepted

  • Instant confirmation

Cancellation Policy

    For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.

Operated by:

Turavion Excursions/Transfers Santiago

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