It was a good winery but in Santiago I found better ones. I mean not the type of industrial winery but more of quality and love trending wines that Chile has.
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We took a metro from Santiago, blue line (4) and than short taxi ride. One way journey is about 5000 Pessos including a taxi. 12000 pessos entrance fee per person gives you an hour tour around vineyard ( short walking distance) and you get to...More
Starts with the obligitary promotional video but then into the magnificent gardens, up a covered walk and outside the Italian/French/English Chateaux for the first guide talk with a glass of white wine in your own Concha-y-Toro glass. There then follows a vineyard and production tour...More
This is a very easily accessible vineyard on public transport from Santiago. Whilst it is not the most intimate of tours, this is a huge commercial operation, it was interesting and of course the wine is very enjoyable. The setting is lovely and it is...More
The tour, as you expect, is in Spanish but I had an interpreter to provide the interesting background the guide was providing. Yes the vines were bare but still interesting as they were labeled with the various types of vines. Not sure how long it...More
Having enjoyed plenty of Concha y Toro wines in the past, we were very excited about this trip. The winery itself turned out to be lovely and very grand in size. As it was the middle of the winter the vines were bare, but this...More