Wine City Tour at Santiago
- Wine Tasting
- Price from:
- 60 USD /person
- 56 2 4814081
- Payment Types:
- Credit Card
- Travellers cheque
- Wire Transfer
- Location Start:
- Guest`s Hotel
- Location Finish:
- Guest`s Hotel
- Start time:
- 09.30 am
- End time:
- 01.00 pm
- We Speak:
- Russian, German, Portuguese, Spanish, French, English
Last updated: 02/11/2009
We invite you to enjoy an exclusive city tour around the wine that reveals the active role that winemakers played in the Santiago CityÂ´s settlement.
In the Bellavista neighborhood you can find the LeÃ³n XIII village, a typical area built under the initiative of Melchor Concha y Toro, founder of the homonym vineyard. In Plaza de Armas we will visit historical constructions deeply linked to the origin of Chilean winemaking. We will head for "Plaza de La ConstituciÃ³n" and government palace "La Moneda", where the monuments of the Chilean presidents reflect the history and secrets of Chilean wine.
Then, you will be taken to RepÃºblica and Dieciocho neighborhoods, whose buildings (CousiÃ±o and ErrÃ¡zuriz Palace) accommodate the most important national winemakers.
In the Racetrack Club you will know the relation between wine and horse and then from San CristÃ³bal Hill we will enjoy one of the most captivating views of Santiago. Appreciate with your own eyes the relationship between vineyards and the city and participate in wine tasting at Concha y Toro Wine Tasting. The tour ends with a visit to the wine shop where you will find the most sophisticated wines and delights with their aromas and flavors.
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