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Curicó Valley

With relatively cold winters and hot summers, in March this valley invites you to experience Chile’s largest grape harvesting festival. The so-called Curico Valley Wine Tour is famous and you can visit the large variety of wineries presented in this warm and welcoming site.

Look down at the vineyards from amazing lookouts, taste famous and prestigious wines in underground century-old cellars and visit large manors with great family traditions in the Curico Valley.

If you want to complement your visit with more activities, really close to this area you can visit the Siete Tazas National Reserve, where you can do several sports and enjoy trekking and camping with your friends and family.

Nubes dispersas
C / 25°C
Wednesday
Curicó Valley
Nubes dispersas

Prob. de precipitaciones: 2%Humedad: 35% Viento: a 10 km/h.
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  • SAB
  • DOM
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  • MAR
  • MIER
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Explore the charms Curicó Valley

  • Puertas Vineyard

    Take part in the cycling tour offered at this winery and enjoy the outdoor wine tastings where you can learn about traditional winemaking processes while meandering through native forests, never-ending trails in the middle of the vineyards, and the springs of water with which the grapes are irrigated.

    Go on a horseback ride, admire the native flora and fauna, or just rest and relax on the balconies overlooking the vineyards where you can admire exotic animals such as deer, ñandúes (rhea birds), ducks, and other bird species, all while in the company of a good bottle of icon wine such as the Malbec-Merlot Aguanegra.

    Contact Information: ventas@vinedospuertas.cl
    Website: vinedospuertas.cl

  • Las Pitras Vineyard

    You can tour the green trails of this winery by bike or on foot. Venture out for a stroll through the vineyards that spread out through the hills surrounding the Mataquitos River at a dizzying angle with a magnificently-balanced climate that is favorable for the grapevines.

    Visit the Manor House with its typical style from the Chilean colonial era and you will fall in love with its classic beauty and the flower garden. Make a toast with a glass full of the Sauvignon Blanc Raíces, one of the most award-winning blends from “Las Pitras,” the final touch on an outing you will want to relive again and again.

    Contact Information: enoturismo@pitras.cl
    Website: www.laspitras.cl

  • Folâtre Vineyards and Winery

    At this winery that focuses on the production of premium wines, you simply cannot miss out on tasting the acclaimed sparkling wines that are made using the traditional méthode champenoise. Enjoy the golden hues and the bubbles of the Folâtre Grand Brut, 100% Chardonnay, which will make you feel like there is a party on your palate.

    These wines have their own style and they are true to their roots. They are the product of a sustainable winemaking process with organic and certified wine cellars that are respectful of the environment. Toast to this winery with a Green Seal, and we promise you will want to keep on filling up your cup!

    Let yourself fall in love as well with their export wines. The Pichaman and La Llavería lines hold tasty surprises with white and crimson hues. Contact

    Information: contacto@vinosfolatre.cl
    Website: www.vinosfolatre.cl

  • Miguel Torres Vineyard

    With their more than 2,000 French oak barrels, visiting their vineyards is going deep into the Chilean wine production tradition and the history of the Torres family.

    Be part of a wine tasting together with an elaborate pairing of cheese and chocolate which is the ideal activity for those who love fine dining. Visit the laboratories and their aging cellars. After the visit, their wines will taste better in your mouth.

    Webpage: http://migueltorres.cl/

  • Echeverria Vineyardv

    Known for their grape production born out of the best French varieties, trying their top quality wines is a privilege. Take one of their bottles and see for yourself why they are so coveted around the world.

    Visit their ranch located in Molina and enjoy long walks around their vineyards and didactic wine tasting led by an enologist from the vineyard.

    Contact: f.castro@echewine.com
    Webpage: http://www.echewine.com/

  • Millaman Vineyard

    Its name, which in Mapuche means “Golden Condor” reflects the connection between their wines and the land they come from. Try their export blends that mix uncommon varities like Zinfandel, Syrah, Malbec and Cabernet Sauvignon.

    Visit the manor and enjoy the perfect combination between traditions and modernity just like they do with their wine production.

    Contact: info@millaman.cl
    Webpage: http://www.millaman.cl/site/eng/index.php?acc=home

  • Alta Cima Vineyard

    Give in to the pleasures of food and enjoy premium wine tasting in this vineyard, with wines like the Carmenere, Syrah, Merlot, Late Harvest and Cabernet Sauvignon, together with a delicate culinary service.

    Be part of their tours led by the vineyard’s own enologist. Visit the cellars and lookouts and toast to a good harvest at the family house of this small wine-producing company.

    Contact: info@altacima.cl
    Webpage: http://altacima.cl/

  • San Pedro Winery

    This winery was founded in 1865 and is one of the largest and oldest exporters of Chilean wine.  Visit the winery and the centennial, underground wine cellar where you can taste the different icon wines such as Castillo de Molina, Cabo de Hornos, and GatoNegro.

    They have one of the most expansive vineyards in all of Latin America with 1,200 hectares. One of its greatest features is its sustainable agriculture which guarantees environmentally-friendly practices during every step of production while making long-term contributions to the surrounding communities.

    Website: www.sanpedro.cl

  • Requingua Winery

    In the Mapuche language, Requingua means “Corner of the Winds,” which is a perfect description for the Mediterranean climate of the Curicó Valley where most of their productive vineyards are found.

    Pair a delicious dinner with a great wine or let yourself relax in the company of a glass of one of their authentic varietals that will leave you with a sweet taste in your mouth.

    Take a tour of the winery and have fun tasting their icon labels such as Puerto Viejo, Toro de Piedra, and Potro de Piedra. Enjoy the beauty of the plantations and learn about the history of Requingua directly from one of the local winemakers.

    Website: www.requingua.com

Puertas Vineyard

Take part in the cycling tour offered at this winery and enjoy the outdoor wine tastings where you can learn about traditional winemaking processes while meandering through native forests, never-ending trails in the middle of the vineyards, and the springs of water with which the grapes are irrigated.

Go on a horseback ride, admire the native flora and fauna, or just rest and relax on the balconies overlooking the vineyards where you can admire exotic animals such as deer, ñandúes (rhea birds), ducks, and other bird species, all while in the company of a good bottle of icon wine such as the Malbec-Merlot Aguanegra.

Contact Information: ventas@vinedospuertas.cl
Website: vinedospuertas.cl

Wine and Gastronomy
Las Pitras Vineyard

You can tour the green trails of this winery by bike or on foot. Venture out for a stroll through the vineyards that spread out through the hills surrounding the Mataquitos River at a dizzying angle with a magnificently-balanced climate that is favorable for the grapevines.

Visit the Manor House with its typical style from the Chilean colonial era and you will fall in love with its classic beauty and the flower garden. Make a toast with a glass full of the Sauvignon Blanc Raíces, one of the most award-winning blends from “Las Pitras,” the final touch on an outing you will want to relive again and again.

Contact Information: enoturismo@pitras.cl
Website: www.laspitras.cl

Wine and Gastronomy
Folâtre Vineyards and Winery

At this winery that focuses on the production of premium wines, you simply cannot miss out on tasting the acclaimed sparkling wines that are made using the traditional méthode champenoise. Enjoy the golden hues and the bubbles of the Folâtre Grand Brut, 100% Chardonnay, which will make you feel like there is a party on your palate.

These wines have their own style and they are true to their roots. They are the product of a sustainable winemaking process with organic and certified wine cellars that are respectful of the environment. Toast to this winery with a Green Seal, and we promise you will want to keep on filling up your cup!

Let yourself fall in love as well with their export wines. The Pichaman and La Llavería lines hold tasty surprises with white and crimson hues. Contact

Information: contacto@vinosfolatre.cl
Website: www.vinosfolatre.cl

Wine and Gastronomy
Miguel Torres Vineyard

With their more than 2,000 French oak barrels, visiting their vineyards is going deep into the Chilean wine production tradition and the history of the Torres family.

Be part of a wine tasting together with an elaborate pairing of cheese and chocolate which is the ideal activity for those who love fine dining. Visit the laboratories and their aging cellars. After the visit, their wines will taste better in your mouth.

Webpage: http://migueltorres.cl/

Wine and Gastronomy
Echeverria Vineyardv

Known for their grape production born out of the best French varieties, trying their top quality wines is a privilege. Take one of their bottles and see for yourself why they are so coveted around the world.

Visit their ranch located in Molina and enjoy long walks around their vineyards and didactic wine tasting led by an enologist from the vineyard.

Contact: f.castro@echewine.com
Webpage: http://www.echewine.com/

Wine and Gastronomy
Millaman Vineyard

Its name, which in Mapuche means “Golden Condor” reflects the connection between their wines and the land they come from. Try their export blends that mix uncommon varities like Zinfandel, Syrah, Malbec and Cabernet Sauvignon.

Visit the manor and enjoy the perfect combination between traditions and modernity just like they do with their wine production.

Contact: info@millaman.cl
Webpage: http://www.millaman.cl/site/eng/index.php?acc=home

Wine and Gastronomy
Alta Cima Vineyard

Give in to the pleasures of food and enjoy premium wine tasting in this vineyard, with wines like the Carmenere, Syrah, Merlot, Late Harvest and Cabernet Sauvignon, together with a delicate culinary service.

Be part of their tours led by the vineyard’s own enologist. Visit the cellars and lookouts and toast to a good harvest at the family house of this small wine-producing company.

Contact: info@altacima.cl
Webpage: http://altacima.cl/

Wine and Gastronomy
San Pedro Winery

This winery was founded in 1865 and is one of the largest and oldest exporters of Chilean wine.  Visit the winery and the centennial, underground wine cellar where you can taste the different icon wines such as Castillo de Molina, Cabo de Hornos, and GatoNegro.

They have one of the most expansive vineyards in all of Latin America with 1,200 hectares. One of its greatest features is its sustainable agriculture which guarantees environmentally-friendly practices during every step of production while making long-term contributions to the surrounding communities.

Website: www.sanpedro.cl

Wine and Gastronomy
Requingua Winery

In the Mapuche language, Requingua means “Corner of the Winds,” which is a perfect description for the Mediterranean climate of the Curicó Valley where most of their productive vineyards are found.

Pair a delicious dinner with a great wine or let yourself relax in the company of a glass of one of their authentic varietals that will leave you with a sweet taste in your mouth.

Take a tour of the winery and have fun tasting their icon labels such as Puerto Viejo, Toro de Piedra, and Potro de Piedra. Enjoy the beauty of the plantations and learn about the history of Requingua directly from one of the local winemakers.

Website: www.requingua.com

Wine and Gastronomy