RAPEL VALLEY: COLCHAGUA AND MUSEUM OF COLCHAGUA

After a trip of 2 hours toward the south of Santiago, crossing by the most rich agriculture area in the Central zone, we will arrive to the Colchagua Valley, heart of the chilean traditional country culture.


RAPEL VALLEY: COLCHAGUA AND MUSEUM OF COLCHAGUA
CASABLANCA VALLEY: WINES & HORSES - KINGSTON VINEYARDS

One of the new quality regions that has really put Chile on the global map, Casablanca is a relatively cool and largely coastal region producing classy Chardonnay and world class Sauvignon Blanc. It is also being planted with Pinot Noir in an attempt to exploit its cool climate conditions with one of the sexiest grape varieties amongst knowledgeable wine consumers.


CASABLANCA VALLEY: WINES & HORSES - KINGSTON VINEYARDS
MAIPO VALLEY: VISIT TO UNDURRAGA AND COUSIÑO MACUL WINERIES

During the visit to Cousiño Macul Winery it is possible to visit the different areas of the production process, and taste their wines.


MAIPO VALLEY: VISIT TO UNDURRAGA AND COUSIÑO MACUL WINERIES
CASABLANCA VALLEY: WINERIES OF CASABLANCA'S VALLEY

In the beautiful valley of Casablanca we will visit 2 of its vineyards. Kingston Vineyards, and Casas del Bosque. These wineries export mostly of their production to U.S.A. and Europe.


CASABLANCA VALLEY:  WINERIES OF CASABLANCA'S VALLEY
CASABLANCA VALLEY: WINE & CHILEAN HEARTLAND

Excursion visiting Kingston Family Vineyards in Casablanca's Valley. They export mostly of its production to U.S.A. and Europe, and have been rewarding in numerous international competitive examination.


CASABLANCA VALLEY: WINE & CHILEAN HEARTLAND
MAIPO VALLEY: VISIT TO CONCHA Y TORO WINERY

The excursion consists of a visit to one of the largest and finest wineries in Chile, the Concha y Toro Winery.


MAIPO VALLEY: VISIT TO CONCHA Y TORO WINERY
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Why Visit Chile


Chile is a diverse country stretching from Peru all the way down to the southern most point of South America. It has amazing landscapes that will make anybody's mouth drop.

 

Beaches all along the coast line, hot springs, and food makes this country worth visiting. The Andes Mountains are also in this country. The Coastline stretches over 6,000 Kilometers and has every kind of climate known to man. The northern part of Chile is dry and desert like while the southern part gets cold. Chile also has claimed a part of Antarctica as its territory.


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Patricia Werner Vacaville,

California USA , enviado el 11-09-2012

"My horse was in California and I was in Chile.. but I got to experience South American horsesriding and Santiago hospitality with Maria and terracota chile. This experience was the highlight of my trip!. People who love to ride horses share a common love of the horse, nature, and adventure. Maria and I rode together on the trail as if we had done it so many times before. The spirit of horsemanship united the cultures of South America and the United States in a delightful 3 hour ride into the mountains. Thanks Maria and Terracota Excursiones Chile"



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