Geology, Enology, Gastronomy and Nature are united to give life to a tour of unique sensorial experiences.
Chile is a long and wavy territory, full of special places. Here, history, community, land, food, and the art of wine making come together. It is a land of beautiful and unexpected contrasts. You can experience one of the most arid deserts on Earth. Then, you move onto the beautiful and steep mountains with glaciers that were formed thousands of years ago. You will see raging rivers, fertile valleys, active volcanoes and a coast of more than 3,000 miles of cliffs and beaches, as well as Chile’s hundreds of islands. Our land is in the midst of the cold and restless Pacific Ocean and the majestic mountains of the Andes. The soil of the central valleys of Chile has been fertilized and mineralized for thousands of years by rocks and volcanoes which have created the ideal and unique conditions for a wine producing paradise. 16 valleys and 52 microclimates are developed in this prodigal land, with a diversity of terroir from North to South and from East to West, which translates in wines of great character and complexity.