On this tour, you will discover the beauty of one of Chile's most important wine-producing regions: the Central Maipo Valley. This area surrounding the Maipo River is one of the oldest winemaking areas in Chile and was the first part of the Maipo Valley to be settled. You will begin the day visiting “Viña de Martino”, founded in 1934. Their philosophy is to create wines that represent them as a family; in other words, wines that reflect their origin in the purest way possible, bringing origin and balance together. Over the years they have explored more than 347 vineyards throughout Chile, selecting the vineyards that represent the best of their philosophy and which they believe have the highest potential. The second winery for the day will be Odfjell Winery, belonging to the pioneering Norwegian Armador (ship owner), Dan Odfjell. As he discovered the small corner of the famous Maipo Valley, he fell in love with the place. The winery was founded 25 years ago. Odfjell Vineyard strives to produce unique quality wines in a sustainable way. After visiting these unique and fascinating wineries, your local guide will drive in the direction of the Casablanca Valley, driving over “Cuesta Barriga” which will give you a beautiful view of Los Andes Mountains.
Must be 18 years or older to participate in the wine tasting
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Born and raised in Santiago, Chile, I have a passion for showing visitors around my beautiful country. Ever since I was young, I always knew I wanted a job where I would meet people from around the world and discover new things. During my university studies, I focused on architecture and translation, combining my love of art, humanities, and language into one. After I graduated, I became a translator, and from then on, I was hooked on tourism. Working with tour guides made me realize just how much I, too, wanted to show off my favorite parts of the country, like Chile’s scenic vineyards, fascinating cultures, and ancient history.
Throughout my years as a guide, I have never grown tired of sharing my knowledge for the region, and I’ve loved learning new things from the people I’ve met along the way. During my tours, I can show you the incredible flora and fauna in the Andes, what the country was like before it was named Chile, and how the region’s finest wines are made. I believe history should be interactive and fun, which is why my country is my classroom. Let me share with you my unique perspective, and I promise that you will truly get to experience Chile’s intriguing past and how it has led to its colorful present.