Vina Undurraga
Vina Undurraga
4.5
10:15 AM - 3:30 PM
Monday
10:15 AM - 3:30 PM
Tuesday
10:15 AM - 3:30 PM
Wednesday
10:15 AM - 3:30 PM
Thursday
10:15 AM - 3:30 PM
Friday
10:15 AM - 3:30 PM
Saturday
10:15 AM - 3:30 PM
Sunday
10:15 AM - 3:30 PM
About
Sibaris Tour This is our classic guided tour,given in Spanish and/or English. It lasts approximately one hour and 15 minutes and includes a complete visit of the park, including the Aliwen corner, vineyards, soil analysis test pit, vinification plant, entertainment garden, and underground cellars, ending with a great tasting of 3 reserva wines(brands depending on availability), and a gift wine glass. Tour schedule: Guided visits every day of the week(English and/or Spanish). Monday to Friday:10.15 a.m., 12 noon, 2.00 p.m. and 3.30 p.m. Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays:10:15, 12:00, and 15:30. Founder's Tour-Private(2 to 8 persons) If you want to travel back in time,this is the tour for you!It consists of a guided visit lasting approximately one and a half hours,taking in the vineyards,vinification plant and the ancient underground cellars. This interesting circuit ends with a fine tasting of 4 Premium Reserva wines,accompanied by a selection of cheese and dried fruit. Please book at least 3 days ahead,minimum group size 3 persons. Tour schedule: Guided visits every day of the week(English and/or Spanish). Monday to Friday:10.15 a.m.,12 noon,2.00 p.m. and 3.30 p.m. Picnic Enjoy a perfect panorama for two by visiting our beautiful 19th century park,with a delicious picnic including a bottle of Brut sparkling wine and a selection of fine cheese. If you take this option,you can also enjoy a special price on our regular tour(Sibaris),which includes a tasting of reserva wines and a gift wine glass. Tour schedule: All year round from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. We recommend coming from September to May.
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Kátia
Sao Paulo, SP8 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2020
Must-see tour at the beautiful Undurraga property. Very pleasant green surroundings with much flowers, and of course plenty of vines and different grapes to taste. Guide Lucciano makes every minute worth with plenty of info and welcoming vibration. Unique “Scent Room” with all kinds of fragrances that wines can bid.
Written January 26, 2020
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Dear, your opinion is very important for us, thank you for let us your comment and we're gladded to hear that you enjoy your visit, hope to see you soon !
Written February 21, 2020
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Pierre G
2 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2024 • Family
Our visit to Undurraga for the Sibaris tour was unforgettable, largely thanks to our fantastic guide, Fernanda. Her knowledge of the vineyard and its history was incredibly impressive, and she shared it all with such enthusiasm and friendliness.

Fernanda led us on a walk through the picturesque grounds of Undurraga, pointing out interesting details and answering all our questions. We were particularly struck by the on-site museum showcasing indigenous artifacts – a real hidden gem that Fernanda made sure we didn't miss.

Thanks to Fernanda's expertise and passion, Undurraga became the highlight of our vineyard visits in Chile. We wouldn't hesitate to recommend both the Sibaris tour and Fernanda's guidance to anyone traveling to the area.
Written May 28, 2024
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S B
50 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2024 • Solo
This was a great tour! Our tour guide, Matias, was entertaining, knowledgeable and personable - he made our day. We walked around the beautiful grounds and saw the very impressive museum they have on site showcasing indigenous artifacts. The wine tasting was fun and allowed us to try four wines all different from each other. I learned a lot and would recommend this tour to anyone visiting Santiago!
Written February 2, 2024
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ALBERT F
Virginia Beach, VA176 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2023
This was a very well run tour in general. Unduraga has a beautiful winery and a well stocked gift shop. The tour and tasting were very well done and our guide at the winery was Leonardo who also happens to be a sommelier . He spoke perfect English, had a very good manner, was humerous and obviously knew his wines. Highly recommend.
Written February 25, 2023
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thank you very much for let us your comment, for us is very important, hope to see you soon!
Written May 8, 2023
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Rich S
7 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2020
We picked up this tour, last minute, when we found we were going to have more time in Santiago than originally planned. We usually try to visit wineries when we are in unique locations (for us), so we wanted something to gives us a quick introduction. This tour was a great pick, and met our expectations. There wasn't much unique about the tour, from others we've taken, but it was well worth doing. The area where they had the different types of grape vines, so you could see the difference, was something new, and, unfortunately, their "aroma" sampling room would have been, were it not closed due to an abundance of caution over the Coronavirus. And, the wines were VERY good. Hoping to find them on our shelves back here in the States.
Written March 17, 2020
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JCarollo1966
Atlanta, GA289 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2015 • Family
Wonderful tour. Informative yet not excessively long. Beautiful location, great tasting wine, very easy to get to from downtown Santiago.

Price was $9,000 pesos per person. Tours are available at different times of the day and are available in both Spanish and English. Be sure to let them know your language preference at time of reservation.

Contact Patricia Jerez at pjerez@gvp.cl to reserve your spot.

This is the address for the vineyard:
Camino a Melipilla Km 34-. Talagante.

Simply take the bus to Talagante (see pictures) from the Metro Station (Estacion Central). The buses run like every 10 minutes beginning as early at 7 AM, I think (possibly earlier). The cost is only like $1500 per person. Simply pay the driver when you board. There is no need to buy bus tickets in advance. Ask the driver to leave you off at the vineyard entrance (Senor, puede dejarme enfrente la vina Undurraga). He will know right where to go. The bus ride from downtown will take 40-50 minutes. Grab the bus at platforms (andenes) 78, 79, 80 and 81. Make sure it says "Talagante" on the front of the bus.

You will be receiving a free wine glass at the end of the tour.

When you are ready to return to Santiago, simply walk out to the main road again (be careful - very fast drivers), cross the street and hail the next bus to Santiago. It will say "Santiago" on the front of the bus. Take it until it stops in front of Estacion Central. You will know you are there because anyone else who might still be on the bus at this time will be getting off.

**Should you arrive to the vineyard with 20 minutes or so to spare and are in the mood for some hot coffee and fresh bread then walk up the road about a block and on the left hand side is a mini market (the vineyard gatekeeper knows where it is) and grab yourself a little bite to eat before starting the tour. Good coffee and freshly baked bread.

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Written March 12, 2015
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Cordeiro
Brazil1,810 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2014 • Couples
Forget about vans or taxis to visit Viña Undurraga. First of all, according to my research Undurraga is better than Concha y Toro - which is the McDonald's of vineyards - because the tour is more thorough and the guide is funnier and, finally, you didn't traveled miles for McDonald's.

How to get to Viña Undurraga:
- first book your visit at their website http://www.undurraga.cl/undurraga/visitanos/?lang=en , the basic tour is called Sibalis. At the link above you can get all the schedule. I recommend you to book the 12:00 tour as you are planning to go by public transport - to have plenty of time to get there and you don't need to wake up very early.

- Go by subway till Estación Central (subway station), Adjoining the station there's a mall that you should cross towards San Borja Terminal (look for the signs ). That's the place where you're going to get the bus to the vineyard. It's on platform 75, the buses go to Talagante, but you should ask the driver if it pass by Viña Undurraga, because some don't. The trip takes around 30'. You pay directly the driver, one way costs $ 1,000 CLP. It's 'mandatory' to tell the driver that you want to alight at Viña Undurraga. The first part of the trip is in a dual carriageway, then you go to a two-lane road , that's the point when you should keep your eyes wide open to the right side of the lane - just in case the driver forget your demand.
The Sibalis tour costs $ 8,000 CLP.
To go back to Santiago (Estación Central), just go to the other side of the lane, where you've alighted for vineyard and wave for the same bus that you caught.
Final tips:
When you are there waiting for your tour, get some chips Tika - it's a bag of chips from different potatoes, from different regions of Chile - delicious. And don't leave there without buying your TH Carmenere wine - one of the best of the vineyard.
See the pics to best grasp these instructions.
Written June 15, 2014
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Luclaro
Sao Paulo, SP41 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We have visited a lot of wineries in Mendoza, Argentina, and Concha e Toro winery in Santiago, Chile but Vina Undurraga in Las Condes district, Santiago - Chile, is a tour I will recommend for sure. Tour guide Germano is a joyful and artful person that makes the visit a different experience compared to the run-of-the-mill you-can-see-this-and-that-on-this-side and all the ordinary bla-bla-bla. What I mean is that this guy really likes what he does and does not try to finish the tour A.S.A.P. like other places we visited (Catena Zapata winery in Mendoza is an outstanding example for this tour-is-over-after-10-minutes). You can taste very good wines and realize that Undurraga people are commited to constant quality and improvement.
Written December 12, 2008
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Ted M
Vancouver, Canada936 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2013 • Friends
Following the instructions from LJV4848 (March 23 review) we took the public transit option to the Vina. Left Provendencia at 09:30 ($610 per person at this time of day and you can use cash to buy the tickets unlike city busses that require the card) and arrived at the winery at 10:30. $1,000 each for the Autopisto bus (payable to the driver). Next tour in English ($8,000 pesos - credit cards accepted) was not until 12:00 so we walked 100 meters down the highway toward Talagante and had a coffee in a small cafe just past the first (only) major intersection. Might be best to enquire about tour times to make better use of your time. We did not have reservations but that was not a problem. Turned out we were the only two English speaking guests so we enjoyed guide Daniel to ourselves - a university graduate in viniculture. Good tour, not too much stopping to look at stainless steal vats - have seen enough of them to last a lifetime already. We were treated to grape types in the vineyard, the pinot grape harvest arriving, grape, vine and refuse separation, a quick explanation of the fermentation process and a tour of the underground oak storage vault plus a tasting of 4 wines (the wine glasses are a take-away). Winery has a nice sales room and good clean washrooms. This was the best wine tour we had in Chile and we did it on our own. Thanks LJV4848. Same ride on the way back and also caught the local bus (a few pesos less). They come by so fast its hard to see if its an Autopisto or not before you can flag them to stop. At the end of the ride all passengers exited the bus just before it entered the station and walked across the side road to the terminal. A bonus is seeing the Estacion Central building, it is gorgeous and looks to have received some recent restoration work.
Written March 27, 2013
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LJV4848
Valparaiso, Chile9 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2013 • Couples
We found the service at Vina Undurraga outstanding. After reading trip advisor reviews, we decided at 10:30 pm one night to see how quickly we could join a tour. There was a response written back at 5:30 am the next morning and we were on a private tour at 3 pm that same day!! We thought we would be joining a large group but we were on our own with David for the next 90 minutes. It was fabulous. He answered all of our questions respectfully and thoroughly and it was clear that he loved his profession. (He normally maintains the vineyard, rather than gives tours).

We were treated to 4 very different wines and of course a free wine glass.

If you decide to skip the tour operators and take the bus, here are the instructions:

1) Take the RED Line (line 1) towards San Pablo and get off at station Estacion Central.

2) Make your way to Terminal San Borja, which is on the second level of a commercial center. Give yourselves a few minutes to find this terminal as you have to make your way through the mall and food court at the back of the station and up an escalator).

3) Take a green microbus that says Talagante, and the sign should say Autopista por Malloco.

Pay the bus driver directly (fare 1.000 clp). Ask the driver to drop you off at the winery as it passes right outside the front entrance. There are several hectares of vineyard before the entrance and it is easy to locate on your right side. The bus ride took about 35 minutes on the autopista. The return bus is across the street and leaves every 10 minutes or so. We decided to take the bus that did not say Autopista and it took 1 hour to return to Estacion Central.

It was easy, inexpensive and an interesting ride with the locals. For two of us, it cost us $21,320 or about $45 US return for the metro, bus and entrance fee.

Such a great afternoon and amazing service!
Written March 23, 2013
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