• Location: Santiago, Chile
  • Duration: 9 hours (approx.)
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Indulge your senses and pamper your palate with a full-day tour of two premier Chilean wine estates from Santiago. Explore the verdant vineyards of Santa Rita and Concha y Toro with a knowledgeable guide, gaining insight into the area’s fascinating colonial past as you stroll. Explore the subterranean depths of an antique wine cellar then treat your taste buds to six tastings of exceptional signature wines. Convenient round-trip transportation from central Santiago hotels in included.


  • Full-day tour of Santa Rita and Concha y Toro in Maipo Valley
  • Take winery tours through vineyards more than 100 years old, cellars filled with barrels and modernized bottling plants
  • Stroll through lush landscaped grounds, visit historical monuments and admire views of Maipo Valley
  • Learn about the wineries’ colorful pasts that gave rise to some of their bestselling wines
  • Enjoy six wine tastings of several varietals, including carmenere, cabernet sauvignon, merlot, syrah or chardonnay
  • Pickup and drop-off from centrally located Santiago hotels included

What You Can Expect

Maipo Valley Wine Tour: Santa Rita and Concha y Toro Wineries

Take winery tours through cellars and vineyards

After hotel pickup in Santiago, sit back and relax during the scenic drive to Santa Rita Winery. Boasting a dramatic backdrop of the Andes Mountains, the sculpted gardens and verdant splendor of the winery prove a spectacular sight. 

Greet your knowledgeable guide and begin your tour of the sprawling vineyards, learning about the 19th century origin of the vineyard as you wander. Explore the fermentation cellars and bottling plant to enrich your knowledge of traditional production methods, and then stand before the historical structure of Bodega 1 for a glimpse of typical colonial construction. 

Venture to the legendary landmark of Don Paula Restaurant, an establishment declared a national monument due to its colorful past. Hear about the 120 battle weary rebel soldiers who sought refuge in the restaurant, and how the courageous owner accommodated the revolutionaries. Sample the three varieties of the signature 120 wine, dedicated to this historical legend. Spend your remaining time at Santa Rita strolling the gorgeous gardens or observing the intriguing artifacts in the on-site Andean Museum. 

Next, return to your minivan to begin the short journey to Concho y Toro, stopping at a local restaurant on the way for refreshments (own expense.) Admire the winery’s picturesque position, enveloped by the Andean foothills, as you begin your tour of the Pirque Vineyards. Learn about cultivation and harvest methods are you walk amid sprawling vines, then descend into the atmospheric depths of the Cellar of the Devil to hear tales of the winery’s eccentric former owner. 

Educate your palate by sampling a sublime selection of wines in the elegant bar, trying signature wines such as Casillero del Diablo. Before returning to the minivan, purchase special souvenirs from the wine shop then relax during the smooth journey back to Santiago.

Customer Reviews


5 star rating: Highly Recommended December 2017

very nice, learnt a lot about wine tasting and quality, highly recommended.


5 star rating: Highly Recommended April 2017

Amazing tour with amazing guides! Santa Rita felt more authentic in my opinion, but I had a nice time at Concha Y Toro too. Santa Rita also gave us full pours, so you definitely get your money and #39;s worth. Highly recommend.

Robert H

5 star rating: Highly Recommended January 2017

This was an excellent and interesting tour. Santa Rita felt more authentic and personal than Concha y Toro. The winery tour guide sorry, don't remember her name was great. The only complain is that, after the tour was finished, we stayed there over one hour to view the small museum and purchase refreshments it was too long. Afterward, we went to a nearby restaurant on the way to Concha y Toro. The food was fine. Cost of the meal was extra as advertised. The menu was lengthy and hard to figure out even for me who read Spanish.
The Concha y Toro winery tour was highly organized it felt a little like you were at one of Disney's parks. Very robotic. The grounds were beautiful. Everything was fine but without authenticity.
The bus tour guide provided interesting commentaries about Chile and the region we were visiting.

Elcio M

5 star rating: Highly Recommended January 2017

The tour was fantastic ! All the guides well preprared, transportation always on time and special thanks to Mathias, the guide at Santa Rita winery.

Wendy H

5 star rating: Highly Recommended November 2016

This was well worth it. I loved the Santa Rita tour especially and both places have great stores with items that are easy to transport home. Some lovely weaving at Santa Rita and the museum there is really worth a look as it the little store attached there. The lunch location that the tour stopped at had very good selections of choices and was by far the best meal I had in the entire trip Pot Roast . Service was awesome and the tour guide was the absolute best - great information all the way, good flow of diverse languages and very knowledgeable about the area. He was even able to give me some advice of where to find the best markets located close to where I was staying. They took great care of me and this was a solo woman's best way to see the country side. Best birthday gift I could have ever given myself!

Carol A

5 star rating: Highly Recommended March 2016

Excellent tour. We were even picked up at our apartment. Yes we are tourists but not staying at a hotel but central location. Such a nice bonus!
Max was our guide. So informative on drive to wineries and helped us with our menu reading at the lunch. We don't speak Spanish.
Just a great day, the winery tours done very well.
This tour is really worth doing.

simon w

5 star rating: Highly Recommended January 2016

great tour, great guides, great wine. what else to say?

joseph f

5 star rating: Highly Recommended December 2014

My husband and I had an enjoyable day on this tour. It was with a small group in a small vehicle which was perfect. The guide was friendly and helpful. Each of the wineries were in a lovely setting and all wines were GREAT ! Both wineries had their own guide, who ran the tour and were very informative. The restaurant selected for lunch (this was a option ) was very quaint .The menu had a good selection and the food was individually prepared, very tasty too. The guide does offer a variety of choices for lunch options,
Lunch was offered between wineries. We recommend this tour.


4 star rating: Recommended December 2017

The tours were excellent. The only hiccup was waiting for the coaches to pick us up. The wine tours were excellent and very enjoyable.

Jose Carmona

4 star rating: Recommended August 2017

It's great to visit 2 different types of wineries. For what it is, it's too long, particularly the lunch almost 2 hours at a Chilean restaurant, which menu and atmosphere is not the best.

Logistics from local operator are poor. They pick you up in your hotel, then go to Parque Arauco for change bus and then go to the selected tour. They confirmed me they'd pick me up at 8am they arrived 845am

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