Your guide meets you at your hotel to begin your morning or afternoon wine tour.
Relax in your climate-controlled van during the 40-minute drive south to Undurraga Vineyard, founded in 1903 and the first vineyard in Chile to export to the United States. Your guide shares the history of the culture of the Mapuche, one of Chile’s indigenous groups, shows you the tall ceremonial wood sculptures made by Mapuche people, and points out the typical plant life of southern Chile.
Next up, tour the underground cellars of Fundo Santa Ana de Talagante. There, partake in a wine tasting of four premium reserve wines, accompanied by cheese and dried fruits.
After the tasting, have time to shop in the wine store before your tour returns you to your Santiago hotel.