RUTA DEL VINO
Chile is a country that is blessed by its geography. It counts with a a beautiful mountain range of the Andes to the east and a long coastline to the west that originate fertile valleys that are crossed by rivers. This is ideal to cultivate different strains of wines that are currently recognized for their quality and taste.
In these valleys we can find many vineyards and wineries where you can see the process of wine making and enjoy the tastes of different varieties such as cabernet sauvignon, syrah, pinot noir and Carmenere in red wines, and cabernet sauvignon and chardonnay in white wines.
The journey through these valleys are called Ruta del Vino (Wine Route), which focuses on five areas located in the center of the country: Valle de Maule (Maule Valley), Valle de Maipo (Maipo Valley), Valle de Colchagua (Colchagua Valley), Valle de Casablanca (Casablanca Valley) and Valle de Aconcagua (Aconcagua Valley), in the V region, and Valle de Cachapoal (Cachapoal Valley). Here we find not only vineyards but also hotels, restaurants, museums and hiking trails for walking, riding or cycling, plus many other attractions.