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Feast your senses on Concha y Toro during a half-day trip to the prestigious vineyard from Santiago. After a brief panoramic tour of Santiago by coach, follow your guide around the rooms, gardens, vineyards and warehouses that comprise Concho y Toro vineyard. Hear the legend of ‘Casillero del Diablo’ wine in the atmospheric cellars; enjoy a tasting session and receive a souvenir glass before enjoying lunch at a local restaurant in Pirque. Upgrade to a full-day to include a tour of Santa Rita vineyard and access to the Andino Museum.
Our guide was very knowledgeable and friendly. He was very professional and helpful. We really enjoyed out trip to Concha y Toro winery. We even survived meeting with Diablo
We loved the winery tour and tastings of the most famous winery in Chile. The guide was very informative and the tour of the vineyards lovely. After the winery tour, our driver took us to a quaint restaurant in the area. The restaurant was wonderful.
A really good day with Cristian being an excellent guide around the city and out to the Concha y Toro winery, and the excellent tour through the winery itself
A great drive through the city of Santiago seeing different parts of the city. The tour at the Concha y Toro vineyard was excellent - the grounds were terrific and the tour of the sellers was great. Our guide, Julio, was excellent.
Amazing experience! Patricio, our guide, was extremely friendly and knowledgeable about Chilean culture and history, and gave us bits of information about the different places we passed on our way to the winery. We were entertained for the whole duration of the trip 1.5 hrs approx.
The winery tour itself was pretty cool. It lasted about and hour and focused on Concha y Toro's history, beginning in the founder's home, then making its way to the vineyards, and finally into the famous Casillero del Diablo cellar. There we watched a short history of the cellar's origins. We sampled three different wines along the way, and were gifted the glass we used to drink them in, which I thought was really cool. At the end you can go into the shop and buy some wine.
Finally, we were taken to a pretty nice restaurant very close to the winery, which we thought was really good. After eating we headed back to the city. Overall we loved the experience and would definitely recommend this tour.
Even though we went in the off season, this was a great experience! We received a private tour of the vineyard and cellars. It is a fun easy tour not too far from Santiago and Emanuel, our tour guide, did a great job! I highly recommend Stamps Tours and this particular winery tour.
It was definitely worth it!
Highly recommend the tour. I was lucky that when I went it was a small group so it almost felt like a private tour. Our driver, his name escapes me, was very personable and talked to us about Chile overall and Santiago. He even started telling us about the vineyard. Once at the vineyard, it was a worthy tour. We tasted 3 wines, one white and two red. Overall, I recommend the tour.
This tour was very well done. We enjoyed our guide, Emanuel. He is very personable and cares about his guests. He was a great driver and spoke English very well. He wanted to be sure we had a wonderful day. He took us to an excellent restaurant for lunch after our winery tour. The tour of Concha y Toro was pleasant and professional. The grounds are beautiful! The highlight was being allowed to eat the grapes growing right on the vines in this gorgeous setting. A very fun day!
The vineyard tour itself was excellent, highly polished and professional. The tour was well planned, informative and just the right length. This experience was in two parts- the journey to the vineyard and then the wine tour. We were picked up from our hotel by an independent driver, lovely vehicle and good conversation en route. He organised our tour tickets for us. He waited at the site while we did the tour. The vineyard tour guide was excellent, good standard of English and very pleased to answer questions. She explained the processes of winemaking and of course the wine tasting was fun. Whether it would be better value for money to arrange a taxi and then pay separately at the vineyard might have been worth checking out, although having said that, it was much easier for us to have everything laid on, and we appreciated the drivers conversation about Santiago on our way to Concho y Toro.
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