Vineyards located in a 19th century park, just 35 km away from Santiago. Noted for its great variety of wines and pleasant facilities where a picturesque collection of carriages can be seen. Underground wine cellars and vineyards can be visited. The tour starts at the Viña Park, created by the French landscape architect George Henry Dubois, who also designed the Parque Forestal de Santiago. The visit continues to the Aliwen corner, where part of the vegetation of southern Chile is recreated and where Mapuche figures are exhibited. Then the vineyard is crossed and then, visitors access the centuries-old underground wineries of Viña Undurraga. The tour concludes with a tasting of 3 wines and each visitor receives a free glass of wine.
Camino a Melipilla, 34, Talagante.