Casa Real

Casa Real, Tarija: Address, Phone Number, Casa Real Reviews: 5/5

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Casa Real is Bolivia’s largest Singani distillery. With its French copper stills and beautiful vineyards, Casa Real is proud of the quality of its Singani. Visitors can see closely how this emblematic “eaux de vie” is made and appreciate the loftiness of the hillside vineyards. Free guided tours, boutique and tasting room available.
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Santa Ana, Tarija 0000 Bolivia

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Rose Mary G
McLean, VA140 contributions
Dec 2019
The structure doesn't look like much from a distance. At first glance you would say it looked like a warehouse, but once you park you realize that a lot thought was taken to design the building, its placement and the setting. A huge more than 30 ft tall wooden door welcomes you to this singani production site. You get to see the machinery, and learn the differences between how to make singani versus brady. You get a great tasting event in a sunny modern courtyard. It was a truly first rate experience.
Written January 2, 2020
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Martin R
Tarija, Bolivia70 contributions
Aug 2013 • Couples
Visiting Casa Real, the home of Singani here in Tarija, is a way to add something special to your wine tour. Singani is a distilled grape liquor and Bolivia's national drink. The tour is really interesting and informative and the tasting is even better.
Written September 11, 2013
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Dear Martin, Thank you for your review about Casa Real. We look forward your next visit. Best Regards, -The Casa Real Team
Written September 13, 2013
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Joselyn G
Chicago, IL269 contributions
Feb 2015 • Solo
I decided to join a wine tour and this was one of their stops. This was one of the best parts of the tour. It was really informative and an enjoyable experience. We were able to tour the premises and see all the machinery involved with production. The lady who was our guide was very knowledgable and sweet! The tastings provided are an added bonus. I'm not sure if they do this on every tour but we did have a selection of cheeses and meats available as we tasted their drinks. Overall a must while in Tarija !
Written October 24, 2015
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LArnez
Naples, FL20 contributions
Jul 2016
Great tour...lots of great information on how the make Singani. Very interesting and informative. Knowledgable guide. I Enjoyed trying the product.
Written July 19, 2016
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DCAdron
washington dc89 contributions
Aug 2015 • Couples
Unfortunately, the weekend that we went to Tarija is also when they had the election which prohibits consumption and sale of alcohol. As we didn't find out about it in time, we weren't able to tour the wineries as we'd planned. We only had enough time to run to the store located in Calle 15 de Abril No 259 and bought a few bottles of singani. They'd also recommended the Trivaleital from Campo de Solana that had won some kind of regional award. Hubby really liked the Trivaleital.
Written July 15, 2016
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