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    Maule Valley Rediscovering Carmenere

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  • Interior space with contemporary design in Maule Valley

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  • Sky view of Maule Valley

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This Chilean wine tasting tour in the Maule Valley takes travelers on a unique trail of wine making typical of our terroir. The Maule countryside is one of the world’s most celebrated wine regions, and travelers will enjoy exclusive visits to the area’s best vineyards through our arrangements.

Begin the Chilean wine heritage trail at a family-owned vineyard famous for its outstanding grapes. Travelers will taste the fruity Chilean Cabernet only grown under this dry coastal climate.

Continue the heritage trail to a small-scale vineyard where a wine specialist will introduce to travelers the vineyard’s history, winemaking tradition and know-how expertise. Discover the real secrets behind the wine’s unique aroma in the vineyard’s vinification room and wine cellar. Travelers will also savor Chile’s most iconic dish “the Asado al Palo”, which literally means grilling meat on a stick. The Vineyard’s owner will prepare the different cuts himself, while travelers learn about the meat-cooking preparation around campfire and enjoy a glass of wine.

Complete the Chilean wine heritage tour by staying at the vineyard’s private estate, a hacienda that takes travelers a step back in time to colonial Chile in the mid-19th century. There, traditions still thrive and ‘Huasos’ are commonly seen on horseback. Travelers can spend days mountain biking and horseback riding in the countryside, and unwind in the hacienda’s wood-stove heated hot tub.