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Reviewed January 20, 2014

If you have limited time and transport, this may not be a bad choice for a quick and dirty exposure to Chile's great wines, but if you have other options, take 'em. The walks through the vineyard are nice, the guides are very professional and the tasting at the end is generous for the price, though you mostly get the mid-range wines that are mass marketed around the world. The Disney-style visual effects in the cellar were so hokey it was hard to believe--easier to take if not so prolonged. It really felt like Disney World, including the crowds around every corner, and as others have said, the pricing doesn't make taking any of it home worth it, as Concha y Toro is usually discounted at wine stores and groceries here (try Trader Joe's, for example). If you have access to a car, try one of the family-run vineyards like De Martino or, if you get anywhere near the coast, Matetic.

Date of experience: January 2014
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Reviewed January 18, 2014

Good Winery tour, taking the bus allowed us to see the countryside. Winery is beautiful but don't expect bargains on the wine pricing. Got same wines cheaper back home!

Date of experience: November 2013
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Reviewed January 15, 2014

We took a day tour on Gray Line to see this famous winery.
It was big but organized. We were in the English speaking group. Our tour guide spoke fluent English and had a good sense of humor. We went to the vineyard first then on to the winery. We were given samples of two kinds of wine and we were told to take home our goblets with "Concha Y Toro" etched on them.
They had a gift shop but I found the prices too high.

Date of experience: November 2013
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Reviewed January 11, 2014

Just drive 30 minutes from Santiago and get to this enchanting vineyard in the Pirque region. Tours are available in Spanish, English and Portuguese, starting every 30 minutes. It is wise to call ahead and schedule your visit, so you do not get suprises for overcrowding when you get there. The tour take some 30 minutes, you get to see many different types of grapes and learn how they grow them to perfection. My family and I took the three-glass tasting tour, which included one white (Chadornay) and two reds (Cabernet Sauvignon and Carmenere). Great to see the famous adega where the Casillero del Diablo legend started. Puls my two over 1.8 meters sons (16 and 15) passed as adults just fine and get to taste their wines, like good Italian blooded descendants, and brought home their wine glass souvenirs. My 9 year old enjoyed the tour for free. On the way out check out their excelent gift shop.

Date of experience: December 2013
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Reviewed January 10, 2014

It's a cool tour if you just like drinking wine. You can enjoy the traditional tour ($8600). If you're crazy about it, go to complete tour (much more expensive).
Lots of travel agencies offer this short tour (1h) but you can go by subway. It's easy: just go to Las Mercedes (line 4), and take the bus 73, 80 or 81. In about 15 minutes, you'll be there. Enjoy!!

Date of experience: January 2014
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