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We then continue south to the Colchagua Region, one of the top wine making regions of Chile which includes the Apalta Valley and award-winning wines like Montes “M”, Lapostolle’s Clos Apalta and the excellent, organic Santa Emiliana. We stay at the lovely colonial-styled Plaza Hotel, in the heart of the valley.

Our next stop is the Casablanca Valley. This famous valley to the west of Santiago is home to Veramonte and Indomita; other wineries well worth visiting include Quintay Ecovineyards, Villard, William Cole, Viña Mar etc.

A short flight takes us to Mendoza. The heart of Argentina’s wine industry, Mendoza is a surprising contrast from Chile, just over the Andes mountains. Famous worldwide for it’s Malbec, you’ll discover a myriad other great wines as well as super hospitality and the best BBQs in South America! We taste the best that the region has to offer, as guests of Mendoza’s top winemakers.

An Amazing Week in South American Wine Country

​December and March

Tour Includes:
7 nights Accommodation
7 Breakfasts
5 Lunches with fine wines
6 Dinners with fine wines
Transportation during tour by air-conditioned vehicle
Services of bi-lingual chauffeur/wine expert
All winery visits as outlined in itinerary

From $4195.00 per person / double occupancy           $975 single supplement

Please CLICK HERE to e-mail us for a detailed itinerary and to request a reservation form

South America has exciting wine and beautiful and spectacular scenery!
Visit Santiago and the country’s top wineries, then on to Mendoza, Argentina.

We start in Santiago, Chile’s Capital City, full of history, culture and an amazing fish market which is the main attraction in this bustling city. Two days in the heart of Santiago gives you a chance to enjoy Chile’s cosmopolitan capital with its many fine restaurants.

Just outside the city limits is the Maipo Valley, famous for major estates like Concha y Toro, Santa Rita and Undurraga – some of the oldest vineyards in Chile – plus some of the newest and most famous “Ultra-Chileans”, like Almaviva.