Discovering Chile’s Best Vineyards

If you love a glass of wine or two, and you’re about to visit Chile, South America’s viticulture centre of excellence, you’re about to visit a country with 400 vineyards dedicated to the production of premium wines! The majority of vineyard are concentrated in 8 valleys which find themselves located from the shadow of Los Andes, to a stones throw from the coast, from the outskirts of metropolis Santiago, to in tiny villages where life seems to go at the pace of an eternal Sunday. With so many options, the choice of which to visit can prove mind-boggling, but if you find yourself in this quandary, don’t worry! We’ve got you covered. Keep reading and discover four of the best vineyards to visit during your time in this wonderful country.

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Concha y Toro Vineyard

Concha y Toro is one of the most renowned Chilean wine producers, and with good reason, its brand Casillero del Diablo being a sponsor of one of the most famous football teams globally; Manchester United. The legend of The Devil’s Vineyard attracts visitors from all over the world, while the flavor of Concha y Toro’s Cabernet Sauvignon has one a plethora of prizes globally. Take the tour to discover the secrets of the legendary Concha y Toro vineyards, an unmissable experience during your trip to Chile.

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Cousiño Macul Vineyard

This winery, located in the foothills of the Santiago cordillera, is one of the oldest in Chile. Established by Matias Cousiño, a visionary, and, a great figure of a country beginning to take shape, in the early 19th Century, little by little the city has expanded to surround the vast vineyards of Cousiño Macul, transforming it into a tranquil oasis, with stunning views of the cordillera, in the midst of the chaotic Santiago. If you would like to go on an historical adventure with an excellent quality glass of vino in hand, take a visit to Cousiño Macul, one of the most efficient vineyards in the world.

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Santa Rita Vineyard

One of the most recently acquired sponsor of Arsenal Football Club, Santa Rita is famous for its delectable Sauvignon and Carménère varieties. Located in the vallies of Maipo, Casablanca, Rapel, Lontue, and Leyda, Santa Rita benefits from the properties of different production conditions of Chile, its wines therefore being a representation of the wines produced all over this gorgeous region. Celebrated all over the world by Wine Enthusiast, International Wine Cellar, Decanter World Wine Awards and Korea Wine Challenge amongst others, you can visit Santa Rita today! At only forty minutes from Santiago, discover and taste some of the best wines in the world in the Maipo Valley.

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Undurraga Vineyard

Undurraga is one of the most sustainable vineyards in Chile. Having picked up prizes at the World Wine Challenge, ‘the Oscars of the wine world’, for its reds and whites last year, Undurraga is characterized by its innovative processes which produce more, and higher quality, wines, each year. Surely you won’t be able to resist experiencing all the delicate flavours, aromas, enigmas and stories of this vineyard, all with a glass of wine in hand, with this half day tour.

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Top tip: If you really want to check out the best vineyards in Chile but don’t have the time, we recommend that you take this tour, which explores the history and flavours of the four biggest vineyards of Chile.

 

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