Half Day Maipo Valley Concha y Toro Vineyard

Half Day Maipo Valley Concha y Toro Vineyard
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$59
Duration: 4 hours
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Description

Undoubtedly, Concha y Toro has gained worldwide recognition, and it is not in vain. It has aimed to be at the forefront of wine production. In this 4-hour tour, discover all the secrets of this centenary vineyard in the same facilities where it all began.

This vineyard dates from 1883 and was founded by Don Melchor Concha y Toro. He was in charge of planting the first vines brought from Bordeaux France, and he chose the estate of Pirque to start his production. The quality of the wines made them a target of thieves, prompting the legend of "Casillero del Diablo.”

Concha y Toro is located in the town of Pirque in the southern border city.

The tour takes you through the various neighborhoods that compose Santiago, between what we know here is, the national football stadium and the true lifestyle of the people of Santiago to go through neighborhoods where they live.

Arriving at Pirque, visit Concha y Toro to take the tour through the premises and hear experts discuss wine and the history of the vineyard. They will show you interesting information about wine-making. They will give you a taste of different strains to understand their aromas and flavors and many more surprises.

The tour includes visits to the main house, gardens, plantations, production warehouse, and cellars, including the”Casillero del Diablo," where premium wines from the vineyard are stored. You will also receive a glass gift.

Undoubtedly, Concha y Toro has gained worldwide recognition, and it is not in vain. It has aimed to be at the forefront of wine production. In this 4-hour tour, discover all the secrets of this centenary vineyard in the same facilities where it all began.

This vineyard dates from 1883 and was founded by Don Melchor Concha y Toro. He was in charge of planting the first vines brought from Bordeaux France, and he chose the estate of Pirque to start his production. The quality of the wines made them a target of thieves, prompting the legend of "Casillero del Diablo.”