Our tour begins by leaving Santiago, to travel in the direction
to the Colchagua Valley; arriving at Santa Cruz, a town known
for its colonial air located in the heart of central Chile.
The Colchagua Valley is located 150 kilometers south of Santiago and is
considered one of the best agricultural areas in Chile, constituting a
valley that starts at the foot of the Andes Mountains and reaches the ocean
Its soils are used for vine plantations and it is produced
mainly Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Syrah, Carmenere and Malbec,
forming an important part of the Colchagua Wine Route, with the
most important vineyards in the country.
Our tour will begin by visiting some of the
vineyards more important in the area, to appreciate the process of
wine production, storage cellars and finally taste their products
and have the unique experience of trying the famous chilean wine.
During our walk, we will enjoy a quiet
and delicious lunch in Santa Cruz , to then visit the Museum of
Colchagua, which has the largest private collection in the country, and which has
with varied and interesting objects.
At the end, we will return to the city of Santiago.