Casablanca Valley and vineyards.
The first vines of the Old World were brought to Chile today by the Spanish conquerors in the mid-16th century. And our colleague, Sir Francis Drake, hijacked a transport sailboat with 1770 bottles of wine on board on the road from present-day Chile to Peru in 1578. In the mid-19th century, French immigrants brought the Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Pinot strains Noir, Merlot and Carménère, still cultivated in Chile. Due to the isolated location of Chile, the vines have not been affected by phylloxera and mold
In the Casablanca valley, several wineries have been established since the mid-80s to take advantage of the proximity to the Pacific and, therefore, the slow maturity, especially of the white varieties. Today there are more than 15 vineyards in the valley with large areas, over 500 hectares, and an industrial export production, which has made Chilean wines known throughout the world.
The vineyards are open to visitors. Where you can find tours, wine tastings and excellent different restaurants. If you want to have a wonderful culinary experience, this tour is for you.
Additionally, we can organize bike tours through vineyards.
Duration: 4-5 hours visit 2 wineries of your choice, we will advice you on the best options for you.
Price: 65,000 Chilean pesos per person.
Service Includes: Private guide and private transport.
Does not include wine tastings or food, ONLY ON REQUEST.
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- 5 Hours
- Tourism Vehicle