Concha y Toro Winery, Santiago
(3.9/5 based on 6,000+ reviews on the web)
Sample some of Chile's best-known wines at Concha y Toro Winery. 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 Santiago vacation route planner to schedule your visit to Concha y Toro Winery and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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  • The most famous wine of Chile. I believe q is a must for the visitor attraction. It's good to schedule before the visit, because sometimes the flow of tourists is very large. In the visits there are some wines tasting and we won the Cup with the name of the winery. Guides speaking Portuguese. Very nice environment. Worth checking out!
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  • Fascinating place with options for tabs in English Spanish and Portuguese. There is a restaurant for lunch and snack. The place has a beautiful garden with varieties of flowers from all over the world. The guide explains the whole history of the brand, and variety of grapes. After the presentation we are forwarded to the accommodation of wine barrels. There are options of visits to wine and cheese tasting. The visit is very commercial. Worth the place and history. You need to know and take their own impressions.
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  • People who travel to chile, undoubtedly you go visit at least 1 Winery, there are several, the most famous and closer and concha y Toro, there are several ways to go there, by metro + bus, taxi, tour, etc. I went with 3 friends and cracked the cab, there was accessible. You have to book before, because it has a fixed amount of time per day, so began the tour with guide speaking in Portuguese. There are two prices of tour, one with two wine tastings and quicker, that's what I did, and other more expensive with more wines. the rest and almost all the same. At the end you and taken a boutique store in order to purchase wines, with cheaper prices. Worth the ride.
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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 😉
  • Wow! Great vinyard with famous brands and a fun tour!
  • 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