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Bodegas Vista Alegre

Camino a La Tinguina Km 2. 5, Ica 11000, Peru
+51 56 232919
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Pisco and Wine

Our tour guide showed us the vineyards and walked us through the process of making their wines and... read more

Reviewed 20 February 2017
Vanessa A
Great Tour

If you are looking for a winery to just taste wines, this is not for you. If you really want to... read more

Reviewed 11 May 2016
Alex15101
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Most well-known for its production of pisco, Peru’s national drink, this winery is one of the biggest and oldest in the country.
  • Excellent17%
  • Very good42%
  • Average21%
  • Poor11%
  • Terrible9%
20 Feb 2017
“Pisco and Wine”
10 May 2016
“Great Tour”
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Camino a La Tinguina Km 2. 5, Ica 11000, Peru
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Reviewed 20 February 2017

Our tour guide showed us the vineyards and walked us through the process of making their wines and pisco. They have a gorgeous view of mountains behind their vineyard. Our guide was willing to answer questions and provided generous pours for the tastings at the...More

Thank Vanessa A
Reviewed 11 May 2016

If you are looking for a winery to just taste wines, this is not for you. If you really want to know how wine and pisco is made this is for you. We started in the fields and went through every step. All my question...More

1  Thank Alex15101
Reviewed 31 December 2015 via mobile

Vista Alegre is situated some km outside of Ica. It's a nice and cosy place. You pay s/. 5 for a short guided tour (definitively best in Spanish - English is so so) and you get to try white and red vine + Pisco. The...More

Thank ireneelise
Reviewed 22 September 2015 via mobile

It is a rural but pittoresque vineyard (just outside Ica). They produce sweet & dry wine and pisco. You had to pay 5 soles per person, but you get decent tasting glasses after the tour. Our guide Jesus demonstrated a profound knowledge of wine making...More

Thank Dorientje86
Reviewed 13 August 2015

We arrived 10 minutes after the noon tour had started and the woman in the reception area curtly told us that we could not join the tour in progress that had barely started. I asked her if we could pay the admission and sample the...More

Thank DirkGootjes
Reviewed 11 November 2014 via mobile

An interesting visit if a little quick as you're whisked around with guide, Jesus. He isn't the most smiley or upbeat of characters but is informative about the various processes and grape types that this place produces. You get a lot, lot of tastings at...More

Thank Dominic G
Reviewed 12 February 2014

To visit this winery we have to pay S/. 5 per person, keep the ticket, you can get a S/.5 discount to buy a bottle of wine. One discount ticket for one bottle of wine. We bought Vino Rose Semi Seco got a small bottle...More

1  Thank marliayu7811
Reviewed 26 October 2013

This was the first Bodega we visited in Ica and were blown away by the grounds itself. We took a cab there from our hotel and when driving through the town, our expectations of the wineries were lowered. Once we pulled through the gates this...More

2  Thank hjesness
Reviewed 27 May 2013

We booked a 2 day trip to Ica/Huacachina through Magical Cuzco Tours and they hooked us up with an amazing guide (I cannot recall her name!) from the north East US (I want to say maybe Vermont) who met and married a Peruvian years ago...More

1  Thank bubbles911
Reviewed 23 January 2013

Our hotel recommended this bodega, so we grabbed a taxi and arrived in late morning. We were visiting in early January, which was low season. There was an English speaking guide, and we started the tour right away, but we were rushed throughout the entire...More

1  Thank Cherylb1228
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