Visiting Chile’s Wine Country


For travelers with less time to devote to wine tasting during their travel to Chile, we offer four multi-day tour extensions, ranging from two to three days. On these short trips, visitors not only tour wineries and vineyards but also enjoy gourmet meals there and spend the night. The two-day Colchagua Valley tour visits the largest of Chile’s wine regions, an area known for its reds–Cabernet Sauvignon, Carmenere and Syrah. On the two-day trip to the Cachapoal Valley, the destination is VIK, the winery that produced Chile’s first 100-point wine. Our two-day Aconcagua Valley tour visits two wineries that make wine from the some of the oldest vines in Chile. Our three-day trip to the Curico Valley, south of Santiago, visits the Bouchon Winery, where guests enjoy tastings, lunch and an overnight stay before going on to the Maule Valley for more tastings and overnight at another winery. If your travel to Chile does not allow multi-day wine tours, please see our options for Santiago day tours that feature the wines of Chile.

Wine lovers who wish to combine travel to Patagonia with wine-tasting in Argentina may wish to consider some of our Argentina tours. Our nine-day Argentina Mountains and Wineries tour is a multi-sport adventure with a flexible itinerary that includes wine-tasting at several wineries in and around the center of the Argentine viticultural universe, Mendoza, as well as hiking, kayaking, river rafting and bicycling options. We offer a fourteen-day Patagonia and Wineries tour that also visits two of the most famous Patagonia hiking destinations, Argentina’s Los Glaciares National Park and Chile’s famed Torres del Paine National Park. We also do a version of this trip with upgraded accommodations, the Luxury Patagonia and Wineries tour. Visitors will taste wines of the northwestern region when they travel to Argentina on our twelve-day Hidden North of Argentina tour.