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Three days in the main vineyards and valleys in Chile

Update date: 1 August 2023

Maipo Valley, Casablanca Valley, Colchagua Valley and Santa Cruz.

3 days - 270 KM
Recommended months for the visit: January - December
Difficulty level Medium

Day 1: The incredible Maipo Valley

If when you arrive in Chile you come to the city of Santiago you should know that, in the Maipo Valley, located less than an hour from the capital by car, you can taste Cabernet Sauvignon wines, highlighted among the best examples in the country.

This valley offers entertaining tours that include bike rides, tastings, and delicious cuisine for a good pairing.

Check the list of the main vineyards here.

Photo: Santa Rita Vineyard of the Maipo Valley

Buy your tickets for the guided tours in advance on the website of your favorite vineyard.

Day 2: White wines from the Casablanca Valley

On your second day of adventure through the vineyards of the central area, we recommend you go to Casablanca Valley, which is located 72 km from Santiago.

This fertile valley located between the coastal range and the Pacific Ocean is characterized by a refined production of white wines and its Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc variety.

Do not forget to combine the wines with the sophisticated local gastronomic preparations at one of the many restaurants in the area.

Discover the main vineyards in this area here.

Photo: Sernatur MR.

If you want to go to this valley for the day, you can stay in Santiago or in the Valparaiso Region.

Day 3: Discover the Colchagua Valley and its incredible museum

One of the valleys with the greatest international prestige in the country is Colchagua, well-known for offering cultural activities such as museum visits.

We recommend you go to the Automobile Museum, full of vehicles from all eras.

Moreover, a funicular goes up to the top of Chamán Hill, where you can see the constellations in the observatory that bears its name from. Amazing!

Check this link and discover some of its vineyards where they offer guided tours, tastings, and much more.

Photo: Sernatur O’Higgins

Bring a windbreaker jacket and warm clothes if you are going to visit the observatory.

Plan your perfect trip
  • Book your visit before visiting the vineyard of your choice.
  • Use sunblock and a hat to protect yourself from the UV rays.
  • Bring water and comfortable shoes.
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