Three of Chile’s most famous wine regions lay just outside Santiago, making them perfect for a day trip from the capital. Closest to the city you’ll find the Maipo Valley, where big commercial operations produce red wines, while the Casablanca Valley, set within the coastal cordillera on the way to Vaparaíso, is home to fresh whites. Further south, the sun-baked Colchagua Valley is another red wine heartland that’s well worth a visit.
Two amazing restaurants serve locally-sourced produce within the elegant flower-filled grounds, accompanied by wines from the vineyard
Through the grapevine
Matetic offers all sorts of tours including walks, bike rides and horse rides around their beautiful vineyards.Descubra Chile
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While the Spanish introduced vines to Chile, most of the county’s wine is more closely related to France, like the bold reds at Lapostolle.Book flights to Chile
On average, it takes around 600 grapes to make a single bottle of wine.Visit Santiago