Concha y Toro vineyard, Pirque

(3.9/5 based on 6,500+ reviews on the web)
Sample some of Chile's best-known wines at Concha y Toro vineyard. Operating since 1883, the winery has grown into one of Chile's biggest wine producers and exporters, with historical connections to Chilean nobility. Take a tour of the winery to see the beautiful grounds, have a look at the vineyards, learn a bit about the winemaking process, and, most importantly, taste some samples. It's best to come in with realistic expectations--the tour can feel quite commercial and lacks the personal touch of smaller wineries in the area. Take a look at our Pirque vacation route planner to schedule your visit to Concha y Toro vineyard and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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  • We were in 4 friends, Concha y Toro is a beautiful place, with a culture and fine wines, just handsome!
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  • The Winery is OK, but the girl who touched us in visit, had too much haste, not us explained anything, attention very deficient, or outside free, what is and is not cheap, a minimum of respect visitors.
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  • My husband and I did the tour/tasting in December 17. I want to make it clear that we had already visited and made other tastings at some wineries here in southern Brazil (some well known and some not so much) and no experience was as bad as this. Is a pyrotechnic show, where the Guide turns 30 us to take care of so many people in the same group. Nothing to complain about the guide that answered, on the contrary, he struggled to give us as much information as possible in a short time. The organization is bad and you barely have time to observe and understand the process of making their wine, once it's all very hectic and in Spanish. Missed talking also about the quality of the wine which is served during the visit, without doubt, the worst their harvest, with a nothing pleasing to the less demanding palates like mine, imagine to those who understand. Did the Marquis de tour House the most expensive Shell &, hoping it would be very good, because that's what you get right to the wine tasting. Another bad thing was the tasting: super race, the impression he gave was that they wanted that we were soon off to that other group paying to come get her. In summary: as much as I have curiosity, not recommend to do this visit. Search about other wineries on the outskirts of Santiago, I know you are cheaper and much more. The feeling I had was money thrown away.
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  • This is one of te most famous winery in Chile. It is not one of the most beautiful but this is close by Santiago and very nice facility. Take the tour because it is worth. Take advantage of the excellent prices and buy some bottles of Don Melchior and Amelia wine.
  • I'm not a fan of this kind of group guided tourism, but it's a nice tour. You get to know about the history of the winery in a really well prepared way. Take care to not get too drunk 😉
  • Worst tour you can find in Chile, industrial tourist management policy. Customer service all over the place has serious issues, never coming back
  • Out of all the wine tours that we have taken this was the one that showed us the least , taught us the least , and we learned very little about wine from here compared to other wineries . Ripoff tour
  • Wow! Great vinyard with famous brands and a fun tour!