Exploring Chile's Wine Country

A Luxurious Expedition Through Chile’s Wine Country

A new way to experience wine country

And Beyond, a luxury tour operator has announced plans for a new autumn tour through Chile and Argentina. The Wine and Country Expedition includes extensive exploration of Chile’s Wine Country, including the Maule Valley. (It is one of Chile’s oldest wine producing regions.) And there’s something to offer for those who like their wine country off the beaten path. The trip also includes a visit to one of the most remote corners of the Casablanca Valley.

Exploring Chile's Wine Country

Although this exploration really highlight’s Chile’s Wine Country, it also offers a great exploration of South American culture. After the indulgence of Wine Country, the tour route dips down into Argentina to explore Mapuche culture and cuisine. There will also be an all-important stop in San Carlos de Bariloche to sample what is considered to be Argentina’s finest chocolate.  And there’s even something for those who love to spa. The trip will include a visit to Chile’s Termas Geométricas thermal springs.

The adventure begins on October 15

This 11-day journey begins on October 15,2018 also known as mid-spring in the southern hemisphere. A privately guided, small group journey, guest will ride in Land Rovers, not tour busses. Accommodations include dream destinations like the Vina Vik Hotel and The Singular Santiago. There is also one night of glamping on the banks of Lakar Lake.

For more information on And Beyond, including pricing and booking information for this once-in-a-lifetime adventure through Chile’s Wine Country, visit the And Beyond Website’s Wine and Country Expedition.


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  1. Paul Peloso
    Paul Peloso says:

    Spent some time driving through the Maule Valley in July of 2017. Truly a magnificent area. We also had the awesome pleasure of spending a great afternoon doing some touring and tasting at Balducci. The entire staff were wonderful and the Carmenere amongst others was very tasty. We bought and enjoyed some while we were still traveling in the region. Took some with us for our skiing in El Colorado and LaParva and still had kept a couple bottle to bring home. I would recommend anybody to spend some time there.

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