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Wine tour in Santiago

You can’t leave Chile without seeing its vineyards and tasting its world famous wines
Rating: 5 out of 5 by EveryTrail members
Difficulty: Easy
Length: 8.4 miles
Duration: Half day

Overview :  Just up to 45 minutes away from the city, you will find several options where you can learn how to taste and experience Chile’s finest... more »

Tips:  - Any time of the year is a good time to do a wine tour near Santiago. Of course, after the harvest (March-April) and until the vines ... more »

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Points of Interest

With around 130 years of history, Concha y Toro is Chile’s largest vineyard in terms of planted hectares, and the world’s second largest.

The visitor center is located at the outskirts of Santiago and, unless you are taking the Turistik hop-on hop-off bus tour that includes the visit to this vineyard, it is better to get there by metro. Take... More

2. Viña Santa Rita

Only 45 minutes away from Santiago, a visit to Viña Santa Rita is worthwhile, not only because of its great wines.

The vineyard has three different tours to choose from – plus a full day Bike and Wine tour, and a do-it-at-your-own-pace picnic tour – which may include a visit to the oldest wine cellar still in use in Chile, a stroll... More

El Mundo del Vino is the place to go if you'd like to take a selection of Chilean wines back home. Its trained salespeople – in many cases, sommeliers – will be able to suggest options that fit your taste and budget. Additionally, if you mention you will be taking those wines on a plane, they will pack them accordingly.

We suggest you visit its... More

Baco is a much sought-after wine bar/restaurant by foodies and wine connoisseurs. It is located at Providencia commercial district, and you can get there by taxi; by any “micro” (bus) that goes west through Providencia Avenue (towards the downtown); or by taking the metro’s line 1 (red) up to Los Leones station, and then walking up through Nueva... More