A passion that extends beyond the table

Since ancient times, wine has been a product desired by people. In turn, attracted by its taste, aroma, mystique, and passion, people have preserved this industry up to the present day, which continues to be relevant in our country.

This demand has entailed new challenges, and although the vineyards have known how to evolve their form of production and assembly of the product, until recently they have concerned themselves with the search for new forms of developing to attract and retain their customers’ loyalty.

This demonstrates how tradition and the values involved in wine production have been mixed with providing an experience for consumers, who have displayed greater interest in understanding wine-production processes in the very place where production occurs, and with the people responsible for production. This interest has paved the way for the origin of Wine Tourism (Enotourism), where the customer/tourist is key to the development of the model.

The advantages of our land

The central region of Chile has a very special morphology between two cordilleras, the Andes and the Coastal Range, and through which various rivers flow to form fertile valleys. Our vineyards have applied modern technology and knowledge that harness the topographic and climatic differences to the fullest to attain a wide variety of wines of excellent quality.

Varieties such as Cabernet Sauvignon, Carménère, Syrah, Pinot Noir, Sauvignon Blanc, or Chardonnay are the flagships of Chilean vineyards. Their flavors differ subtly depending on the latitude where they have been grown.

Wine Tourism takes advantage of these qualities to provide wine lovers with an unforgettable experience, as well as anyone who may be just starting to discover the world of wine. As such, tourists who choose this option are able to experience aromas, tastes, and the body of exquisite wines, guided by expert guides and/or sommeliers, who are their hosts on the visits to wineries and vineyards. Wine tourists will also be able to behold the grandeur of the plantations from the lookout points, taste the varieties in centennial underground wine cellars, and tour the old manor houses.


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