Cachapoal Wine Valley
Located just 56 miles (90 kilometers) south of Santiago, famous for its elegant, well-balanced Cabernets and full-bodied, fruity Carménères, shielded from the elements by the Andes and the coastal mountains, the Cachapoal Valley invites you to discover the remains of the Spanish colony and sample its delicious cuisine. This is a land of elegant craftwork and lush vegetation where a unique microclimate favors farming, making the fields incomparably fertile and imbuing elegance, mildness and character to the resulting wines.
The Cachapoal Valley can be visited all year round, especially during March and April, when visitors can enjoy the Wine Harvesting Festival in Chile’s wine valleys.
Food and wine
Just south of Santiago, before reaching Colchagua, is a valley that takes its name from the river that gives life to [...]