Excursion and guided tour of Viña Concha y Toro Winery.
The most admired wine brand in the world.
Discover Concha y Toro Vineyard, just one hour away from Santiago. Concha y Toro is the main exporter of wine in Latin America and one of the most important wine brands in the world, with presence in more than 135 countries.
More than a century producing fine wines of excellence. At the end of the 19th century, in 1883, when wine exploitation was just taking off in Chile, the renowned Chilean politician and entrepreneur Don Melchor Concha y Toro ordered noble French varietals from the Bordeaux region and planted then in Pirque, Maipo Valley. Hiring French enologist Monsieur Labouchère to oversee his wine production, this visionary founded the Concha y Toro vineyard, more than 130 years ago.
¡Check more details about the visit to the winery in the intinerary below!
$34.990 CLP or $47 USD Per person.
$20.000 CLP or $28 USD Children (Until 11 years)
Season: All year.
Duration: 5 hours.
2 person minimum – 48 person maximum.
Difficulty level: For everyone in the family. Wine tasting exclusively for those 18 and older.
Package includes: Transportation from and to the meeting point chosen. Guide expert in winery, tour and wine tasting in the wineyard.
8:30 AM Pick-up at hotel or at meeting points in Metro de Santiago Stations (Las Rejas, Los Heroes, Baquedano, Tobalaba)
10:14 AM Visit to vineyard.
- Park, gardens and mansion: stroll through the gardens, park, and exterior of the summer residence of the Concha y Toro family towards the end of the 19th century.
- Garden of grape varietals and vineyard: learn about where the Concha y Toro wine comes from at the Varietal Garden, where you will find 26 varietals of wine grapes.
- Visit to Old Pirque vineyard.
- Panoramic view of Maipo Valley from the vineyard’s terrace. Cellars and Casillero del Diablo.
- Visit to the cellars. Among these, the centennial Casillero del Diablo, the legend of wine. Wine tasting plus a souvenir glass.
1:30 PM Return to Santiago.
We pick up at home or hotel along the entire route of Line 1 of Santiago Metro’s Station. In all downtown Santiago, Providencia, Independencia, Estación Central, Ñuñoa or Las Condes. If you are not in those areas, you may have to get closer to the meeting points described at the beginning of the itinerary.