Colchagua Valley and Santa Cruz Vineyard
Full day Code: RUC001
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And no other region in the country stands out as much as the Colchagua Valley, chosen by the Wine Enthusiast magazine as 2005’s Best Wine Region of the World for its ability to produce world class red wines.
Schedules : 08:00 / 19:30 hrs.
Regular Depatures: From Hotel Galerias.
Languajes : Spanish and english.
08:00 hrs. Departure from Hotel Galerías.
10:30 hrs. Visit 01 vineyard Colchagua Valley
12:15 hrs. Visit Colchagua Museum (subjet to confirmation).
14:30 hrs. Visit to Santa Cruz Vineyard: visit the wine – cellar, wine tasting, cable car and indigenous villages tour.
16:30 hrs. Return to Santiago.
19:30 hrs. Arrival to Santiago.
- Visit to a Vineyard Colchagua Valley.
- Colchagua Museum Visit.
- Visit Santa Cruz Vineyard: Tour wineries, cable railway, indigenous villages.
- Guide in transfer Santiago - Santa Cruz - Santiago.
- Wine routes
The Santa Cruz vineyard is located 25km south of Santa Cruz, on the road to Lolol, the idyllic landscape of the Lolol Valleys sets the state for Santa Cruz vinetard. Discover a world where wines of the highest quality are combined with Chilean traditions and typical cuisine.
At the winery you will be able to taste the highly awarded wine, Chamán, and visit the Indigenous Village that has been built next to the vineyard. This village consists of reproductions of Mapuche, Rapa Nui, and Aymara tribal dwellings. Access to the village is by cable car.
The Museum of Colchagua is located in the city of Santa Cruz, 200 km south of Santiago. The Colchagua Museum was planned with the museográfic concept to cross the history of our planet and the universal man from the American reality. Thanks to the variety of collections that has been found by Don Carlos Cardoen Cornejo, the visitor will be impressed by subjects of paleontology, archaeology and the pre-Columbian art of Chile and America, the History of the conquest, the Colony and Independence of Chile and America until the Republican Stage. Furthermore it includes thematic pavilions on Modernity, History and Development of the Arms, Aperos de Huaso, Cars and Vehicles, Agricultural Machinery and Pavilion of the Railroads. All this outline it as one of the private, varied and bigest museums of Latin America.