Chile clearly is recognized for its wines, and without doubt, one of its best representatives is Santa Rita. Discover this historic winery located at the feet of the Andes and within one of the most important wine producing areas of the country, the Maipo valley.

During your visit you will explore the winery’s modern bottling plant and the oldest wine cellars of the country which during Chile’s independence sheltered the 120 brave patriots who were lead by Bernardo O’Higgins. If you wish to continue enjoying its exquisite wines, you will also have the opportunity of visiting its attractive wine shop.

Departures: Every day | Half day: approx. | Pick up from hotels: from 08:00 a.m. Tour start: 09:00 a.m. from Mall Parque Arauco.

Includes 

  •  Transport to Vineyard Santa Rita with transfers to/from hotels. 
  •  Tour of the Santa Rita vineyard including wine tasting. 

Excludes 

  •  Optional Gratuities for driver and guide. 
  • Dress comfortably with low heel shoes.
  • Check the weather forecast. Depending on weather conditions, consider taking a jacket, sweater, trousers/pants and a hat.
  • Take sunscreen, sun glasses, and bottled water.
  • As this tour includes wine tasting (for 18+ years old), we recommend having a good breakfast to counteract the effects of alcohol.
  • If you are going to take your camera or your phone, we recommend checking that you have enough memory and battery charge.
  • If you think you might be interested in buying wines or souvenirs at the winery, we recommend you carry one or more credit cards and/or cash (chilean pesos).
  • Please follow the times indicated in your voucher and by the guide, as we must look after the experience of all our passengers. If you are not on time you expose yourself to the tour having to continue without you.
  • We hope these suggestions allow you to enjoy your tour at the fullest. Thank you for choosing Turistik.
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From $ 28.800 chilean pesos US$43 | €37 | R$145
price before $ 32000

Discover this historic winery located at the feet of the Andes.