Climate and country air a stone’s throw from Santiago de Chile. It is the first impression of a tour where the Mediterranean goodness of Paine shines. It has a deep agricultural richness expressed in fruits such as watermelons, prestigious nationally. Of course, this quality extends to other crops. That is why we visited a native species nursery and then went horseback riding through the foothills of the Coastal Mountain Range. Many of these plants were known by the native peoples, who settled in the valley before the arrival of the Spaniards.
Part of their culture will be appreciated in a meal inspired by their knowledge. The end is reserved for Viña Pérez Cruz, known for the quality of its wines and the award-winning architecture of its winery, built entirely of wood, a sign of its commitment to sustainable production, at the foot of the Andes Mountains.
Itinerary and practical information
4 – 12 people
Open: Monday to Sunday
Focused on business and premium tourists.
09:30: Transfer by van from Santiago to La Aquilina eco-sustainable natural area in Paine.
Welcome country breakfast
Visit to native species nursery
Horseback ride through the mountain observing the local flora.
Traditional Mapuche lunch
Tour of Pérez Cruz vineyard and wine tasting.
Shopping at Pérez Cruz vineyard store
18:00: Transfer in van to Santiago
The routes are not yet automatically marketed as standard and are subject to availability and coordination. To enjoy this type of wine tourism experience in Santiago de Chile and its Region, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or book 24 hours in advance any of our private tours with immediate availability that you can find in the main menu.
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