Colchagua Valley

We Leaves from your Hotel to take the Road Panamerican Highway, number 5, 180 Kms. (135 Miles) to the south of Santiago Is located the Colchagua Valley, 

We are going to pass through differents Cities and Towns, where we can look Beatiful Fruits trees plantations, Vegetables and real farmers people of our country, they offer their products along the road border and also work in several Fruit Process industrials plants as temporary workers during the harvert season.

In one of the vines company (Mont Gras) After the tour and tasting, YOU CAN MAKE YOUR OWN WINE.

Very nice activity to create and mix your favorites strains and then put inside the bottle, put the cork, Label Ect..

All Manual, like the first productions houndreds years ago.


Departure : 08:00 am 

Return : 7 pm.

Incluided : Map, Minerals Waters

Not Incluided: Tasting, Lunch.

Denomination of Origin: Colchagua

Region: Central Valley  Sub-Region: Rapel  Zone: Colchagua
Complementary Areas: Costa, Entre-Cordilleras, Andes

Wineries: Casa Lapostolle, Montes, Viu Manent, Casa Silva, Mont Gras, Etc..

Located 180 km (110 mi) south of Santiago, the southernmost portion of the Rapel Valley is one of Chile’s best known wine regions and has earned much applause for its full-bodied Cabernet, Carménère, Syrah, and Malbec, and its wines regularly appear high on the world’s lists of leading wines. The majority of the wineries are concentrated in the center of the valley, although new plantations climb hillsides and explore the western frontier toward the sea.

Home to the ‘huaso’ (Chilean cowboys). One of Chile’s best-known regions for premium quality red varieties. Named “World’s Best Wine Region 2005” by Wine Enthusiast.

Soils: clay, sand, decomposed granite.

Terrific Results: Cabernet Sauvignon, Carmenere, Syrah, and Malbec.