Chile produces some of the world´s best wine and you don´t have to go far to discover them.

Concha y Toro + Santa Rita

Concha y Toro is renowned for its chardonnay (among others) and is named after the founding father of the nation´s wine scene, Don Melchor Concha y Toro, who introduced the first vines from France´s Bordeaux región in 1883. Similarly, Santa Rita also has an extensive history dating back some 120 years, and is known for its sustainable agriculture and award-winning wines.

Cousiño Macul + Aquitania

The cellar at Cousiño Macul is considered to be one of the best in the world and the winery´s signature wine, Lota, has become iconic. We visit the original winery, the vineyard, the museum and the modern winery. We then head to Aquitania, a new site born of four internationally acclaimed agronomist’s right at the base of the Andes in the Maipo Alto area. It is here that you can try the Carmenère varietal that was previously thought to be extinct worldwide after the Phylloxera plague of the late 19th century.

Spend the day beneath the vines, soaking up history and wine combined in this fun day trip perfect for families and wine lovers alike. This is a private tour, available in English or Spanish, that can be fully customized depending on which wineries you´d like to visit, and includes all tours, tastings and museum entries.


    • Concha y Toro + Santa Rita: CLP$79,000 per person*
    • Cousiño Macul + Aquitania: CLP$79,000 per person*

*mínimum of two passengers

Includes: all tours and tastings, bottle of water.
Excludes: Lunch and optional gratuities.

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