Morning departure to Viña Cousiño Macul, the oldest wine estate in Chile. Founded in 1856, it’s considered one of the most traditional wineries in the country as its current owners are direct descendants of the founder, Don Matias Cousiño. The winery is well known for its beautiful surroundings and efficient wine making production process. Free time for lunch (not included).
In the afternoon, visit Viña Concha y Toro, the estate of Chile’s largest wine exporter and one of the 10th most important in the world. Concha y Toro’s fine wines are produced in 1,000 small French and American oak barrels. The winery also produces 8 million litres in stainless steel vats.
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