Treat yourself to a 4-hour tour of Undurraga Vineyard, which became the first Chilean vineyard to export to the United States. Located in Talagante, 34 Kilometers (21 miles) from Santiago you will find yourself in one of the oldest cellars in the country, built in the year 1885. You will enjoy some wine samples, and keep the glass from it as a souvenir. The tours operate in small groups to ensure the best experience for you.
Undurraga was one of the first vineyards in Chile, with vines specially imported from France and Germany. In 1903 Undurraga Vineyard became the first Chilean vineyard to export to the United States and later in 1930, started exporting to all Latin America. The tour starts from your hotel or address in the districts of Providencia, Las Condes, Vitacura and Santiago Centro, or in a meeting point inside the same districts in an air conditioned van with room for 8 people per tour to offer more personalized attention and the best communication between passengers and the guide. In this half-a-day tour you will be able to taste wines, while exploring the wonderful places that this vineyard has to offer such as the Undurraga family park, the Aliwen corner, in which you’ll get to know the cosmovision of the Mapuche, one of Chile’s most numerous indigenous groups. In the Aliwen corner exists the vegetation of southern Chile and tall ceremonial wooden carved sculptures unique to the Mapuche culture. After, you will see the modern vinification plant and visit centennial underground cellars in Santa Ana de Talagante to have a tasting of three reserve wines. Once finished, each visitor gets to keep their wine tasting glass as a gift, and in the wine shop they will have the possibility to purchase the wines and sparkling wines from the Undurraga brand portfolio, as well as fun souvenirs.