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Travel from Santiago visiting beautiful wineries and tasting the most delicious wines in each of the wine valleys along the route. Enjoy great views of the Andes, beautiful scenery and regional cuisine, while you visit local villages and lodge in small boutique hotels close to Santiago. Wine Travel Chile guarantees that you will greatly enjoy the walks, delicious foods and amazing wines. Remember, this wine tour is all about passion and the spirit of sharing.
Guests will be provided with daily 5 stars accommodation, while touring along Santiago and its surroundings. While you are in Santiago, you will be staying at either the San Cristobal Tower, or the Grand Hyatt Santiago. When you are in San Antonio Valley, you will be staying at the Radisson Acqua Hotel and Spa Concn. In Conchagua Valley, you will be staying at either Casa Silva Boutique Hotel, or Santa Cruz Plaza Hotel.
The San Cristobal Tower takes pride in fulfilling the international travelers every need. Nestled among beautiful parks, the San Cristobal hill and the Andes Mountains, this hotel is conveniently located near historic landmarks, premium shopping and Santiagos main cultural attractions. Due to its sophistication and exceptional service, San Cristobal Tower is frequently selected by personalities in politics, business and entertainment. Explore San Cristobal Tower, a luxury collection hotel, to live an enriching experience. Enjoy 139 finely appointed guestrooms and suites, and assure every last detail is taken care of during your stay.
Grand Hyatt Santiago features luxury accommodations and exceptional services. Considered one of the most luxurious hotels in South America, at Grand Hyatt Santiago you will be in the heart of the city's commerce and tourism.
Radison is synonymous with outstanding levels of service and comfort, delivered with utmost style. Featuring gorgeous ocean views, ample space and premium furnishings, the 66 hotel rooms and suites at the Radisson are the perfect home base for exploring Concon. Generously outfitted, it offers a wide range of in-room conveniences; complimentary Wi-Fi; flat-screen televisions; free bottled water and spacious work desks, for you to enjoy a pleasant and productive stay.
The Casa Silva estate is located in the Colchagua Valley, near the town of San Fernando, at the foot of the Andes. A magical place is steeped in history and Chilean tradition. Accommodation is located in an authentic Colchaguan house on the estate, which has been converted into a boutique hotel and has seven finely decorated rooms.
The restaurant, situated within one of the three-barrel rooms, serves a wonderful selection of Chilean food and wine as well as international dishes. The Vina Casa Silva winery is open for visits and tasting throughout the year. Guests can wander through the old structures, taste Vina Casa Silva wines, enjoy the stunning natural surroundings and go on carriage rides through the vineyards. You can also visit the cellar, one of Chiles oldest and most attractive and the vineyards that are adjacent.
Located in front of square of the city of Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz Plaza Hotel includes in its attractive colonial style building noble spirit, tradition and history of past generations. Since its entry, Hotel Santa Cruz invites a different experience. The decor is inspired by the South American colonial period, and each element was handcrafted, from the wooden furniture brought from Peru. All details of its architecture and decoration are there to remember a part of American history.
This tour will take place in and around Santiago, Concon and Santa Cruz, Chile.
The history of Chilean wine goes back to the 16th century and the time of the Spanish conquest: the first vines were planted at that time from stock brought on ships from Spain. However, the winemaking industry has seen great changes over time. Fine European stock was introduced in the middle of the 19th century, and major technological advances came in the 1980s, followed by a tremendous surge in exports of Chilean wine in the past 20 years. All this, forms the backdrop to the development of what is now a prosperous industry. You will have the opportunity to taste both red grape and white grape harvest varieties, including the following:
Please arrive at Santiago International Airport (SCQ). Wine Travel Chile will pick you up.