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“Stroll in the park with wine tasting”
Review of Concha y Toro 42

Concha y Toro 42
Ranked #313 of 5,603 Restaurants in Santiago
Price range: $2 - $4
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Reviewed March 24, 2018

From Santiago, we booked the tour from our hotel, via Turistik. We were transported from our hotel to a meeting point and then boarded a very comfortable motor coach and headed out of town to a lush area. There we learned about the growth and development of the vines, and visited the ancient cellars which include the Casillero del Diablo (devil’s cellar) where we learned about the famous legend that has made Chilean wine known worldwide.

We walked through the winery ancient park and saw the owner’s historic summer house. We had wine tastings in the park, and on a lovely terrace overlooking the vineyard. We finished the tour in the wine shop. It was a lovely afternoon away from the city.

Date of visit: February 2018
Thank Patricia F
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Reviewed December 23, 2017 via mobile

We got this wonderful tour as a Christmas present from our friends. And it was a great present!

There is a beautiful park, with many different tree species and of course vineyard.

Our tour guide was Valentina and she was very well informed, her English was perfect and she made the tour really enjoyable.

During the tour we had a chance to taste 3 different wines, 1 white and 2 red. And we got a glass as a souvenir, which I find very nice.

After the tour, we had a lunch at the restaurant and them bought few bottles of wine and some souvenirs.

Overall, we had a beautiful day and really good time.

I would recommend this trip to everyone!!

Date of visit: December 2017
1  Thank MPearlH
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Reviewed February 13, 2017 via mobile

The vineyard was very nice to see. You have to prepare to do a lot of walking. This trip was very warm. I recommend comfortable shoes and clothing. Be prepared to taste the grapes and wine.

Date of visit: February 2017
1  Thank Tina M
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Reviewed January 23, 2017

Average wine tour but with only three tastings. We were introduced to the first residential buildings on the property to start the tour, then proceeded to see the vineyards themselves and taste an actual grape or two straight from the vine. Things got a bit interesting when we went into the cellars and saw oak barrels filled with fermenting wine. We saw a more modern temperature controlled room as well as an older, deeper, brick cellar which controlled temperature in more natural ways.
At one point, the lights went out and a film was projected onto the brick walls with music accompaniment telling the tale of Diablo. This was a mythology developed in earlier times to frighten thieves with the idea that the devil actually lived down in these cellars and protected these wines. Lastly, we were brought to a nice enough gift shop after we were given the glass we used for our wine tasting as a gift- nice touch!

Date of visit: January 2017
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1  Thank Sal T
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Reviewed November 25, 2015 via mobile

The wine is well known and very good. The story behind the name was interesting and seeing the cellars was the coolest part and there were a few good photo opps around the grounds- the old house, irrigation system, vines and of course the cellar Diablo. I had hoped to see more of the process and expected a better tasting experience. Three wines with no pairings. You keep the glass as a souvenir. Nice gift shop. A bit too commercialized and push the tourists through like a fast food experience for my liking. Of course if you like the wine you still have to go.

Date of visit: November 2015
Thank justmy0pinion
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