Colchagua Wine Route

Tour Number

Activity Level



Museums / Culture, Food and Wine


Kid Friendly: Yes. Not a problem with children at all

Friendly: Yes.
One of the tour at least is done in a traditional farm coach.

Maximum travelers: 4



English (fluent), French (fluent), Portuguese (conversational), Spanish (fluent)

Chile's most awarded reds

Chile recognizes five distinct wine regions. By far the most important of these, in terms of quality and quantity is the región of Colchagua which is located at 160 KM from Santiago.
The phrase Ruta del vino (wine route) refers to a region where you can tour various vineyards in two or three days. This full day program includes two visits during the day. One in Apalta valley, a reknown sub-región within Colchagua where many international red winners have been awarded in the last few years. A second visit is schreduled after having lunch into another vineyard state close to Santa Cruz. Colchagua is the most traditional región of Chile from local "huaso" or ranger to its manoir style constructions still there to testify the roots of Chilean Aristocracy started in colonial times.


It starts as early as 08:00 from Santiago and drive Panamerican highway up to San Fernando then detours to the west coast road to Santa Cruz. First winery visit by 10:30 until 12:00, then find a place for lunch and second visit in the afternoon.
Drive back to Santiago ending by 7 or 8 pm

Meeting Point + Tour Duration

Meeting Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Airport, Hotel, Address or Intersection, Monument/Building

End Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Airport, Hotel, Address or Intersection, Monument/Building

Duration: 10 hours


It's a van for up to six people, more than 6 it will require a minibús big enough to hold 10 people.

What’s Included

Other: Bilingual guiding
Private Van or minibus
Winery reservations
Stop for lunch

Estimated Local Cash Needed

20000 pesos - lunch or snacks

What’s Extra

Other: Lunch

Private tour guide Juan Carlos

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