Curicó Wine Route (4n/5d)

Chile is well known for its Wines

Chile is well known for its Wines

Day 1 Santiago
Welcome at airport and transfer to the hotel.  Afternoon departure from the hotel.  The trip is towards the town of Pirque, bordering the Valley of the Maipo, a zone that stands out because it concentrates the most traditional vineyards of Chile and that is, because of its characteristics, the ideal zone for the production of the most elegant red wines. Concha y Toro Vineyard was founded by Marques de Casa Concha in 1883. Nowadays the winery has more than 750 hectares of vineyards in different areas of the region elaborating noble Chilean wines of French vine stock.  Tour of the park, vineyards and fermentation room.   Lodging.

Day 2  Santiago
Breakfast. Half-day tour, in regular service, around the city of Santiago. Afternoon departure from the hotel.  The trip is taken along Route 68 in a beautiful area of rural landscapes of the Chilean countryside until arriving at the Undurraga Vineyard, founded in 1885 by Francisco Undurraga Vicuña.  The tour includes a view of the production process of wine starting off with bottling, labelling and vinification, as well as a visit to the park designed by the French landscape designer Pierre Dubois. Lodging.

Day 3  Santiago
Breakfast. Departure from the hotel and transfer to train station in Santiago, to board the train that will take us to the city of Curico (train ticket included, duration of the trip: 2 and half hours). Welcome at train station by the staff in Curico Valley, visiting 3 wineries of the Curico wine route, lunch-menu included. – Once the visits are over, transfer to the train station to board the train back to Santiago (train ticket included). – In Santiago, welcome at train station and transfer to the hotel. –Lodging.

Day 4  Santiago
Breakfast.  Day at leisure.   Lodging

Day 5 Santiago
Breakfast. Transfer from the hotel to the airport

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