Chile has some world-famous wines, and it’s always fun to see how everything gets made and to taste the best of the best. So if you’re ever visiting, you have every reason to step outside and go to some wineries that make your favorite types of wine!
Concha y Toro
Concha y Toro is the largest producer of wine in Latin America, so you know you have to go see it. Created in 1883, the winery is just an hour outside of Santiago, and they have all sorts of specialties in both red and white wines. They’re famous for their Castillero de Diablo, and you’ll see why once you go!
Viña Cousiño Macul
This winery is in fact, the oldest winery in all of Chile. Viña Cousiño Macul
was established back in 1872, and are now are on the sixth generation of winemakers. The winery is only a 30-minute drive from Santiago, and the grounds are large and luscious.
If you’re looking to go to a winery that provides much more, like boutique hotel accommodations and fine dining, Casa Silva is for you. This vineyard doesn’t just give guests a taste of the good stuff, it really provides you with a complete experience.