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City Tour + Concha y Toro Vineyard

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Visit most attractive places that Chile’s capital offer, visiting neighborhoods, downtown and San Cristobal Hill. Then enjoy a tour and wine tasting of 3 wines at Concha y Toro vineyard.

Duration: 7 hrs aprox Departures: every day in private services at morning or afternoon Includes: Private transportation, driver, English/Spanish/German speaking guide, bottle of water, tour and wine tasting at Concha y Toro vineyard Optional: Lunch at central market or Pirque and glass of wine at lookout point in San Cristobal Hill

Our driver and guide will pick you up at your hotel and show you around main attractions that Santiago offers. You’ll walk around various neighborhoods and visit main places on downtown, as La Moneda, Cathedral and Plaza de Armas. Then you’ll head to Bellavista neighborhood and go up to Cerro San Cristobal to enjoy a great view of the city.

A one-hour drive south Concha y Toro opens the doors of the Pirque Casona and Cellar to everyone interested in learning more about wine and its history in Chile. We invite you to tour the park of the Don Melchor Concha y Toro Casona, to visit the cellars and to taste our wines.

Concha y Toro visit begins at the Don Melchor square, where you will be greeted by a bilingual guide. You’ll stroll through the ancient park and views the Pirque Casona, residence of the Concha y Toro family. This is the place where Chile’s largest winery was founded over one hundred years ago. At the Pirque vineyards you will be able to appreciate the wine grapes growing and listen to a brief overview of the viti cultural and technological aspects of vineyard management that are responsible for creating first quality wines.

The tour goes on to one of the Winery’s main attractions. In the ancient cellars where founder Don Melchor Concha y Toro kept his best wines, you will hear the “Casillero Del Diablo Legend”, a story that has made Chilean wine famous worldwide. Your visit ends at the Wine Shop and then you’ll head back to your Hotel in Santiago.

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