Savor the best of Chilean wine country in the Maipo and Aconcagua Valleys, experience the thrill of skiing fresh powder in the Andes, and explore the breathtaking scenery of the magnificent desert surrounding the northern oasis of San Pedro de Atacama.
On the way to Los Andes, stop at Errazuriz, one of the Aconcagua Valley’s finest wineries, to taste wine and take a Don Maximiano Icon tour of the property. Stay at a local hacienda and enjoy an evening tasting of MOVI wines.
Visit Portillo, South America’s oldest and most famous ski resort accommodating any level of expertise. Taste a selection of sophisticated, complex wines reflecting the passion poured into them by small-batch winemakers.
Experience Snowcat Skiing at the incredible Ski Arpa. Ski over 13,000 vertical feet of some of the best untracked powder in the world. Then head to the bohemian Bellavista neighborhood and sip northern Chilean wines.
Visit the Valle Nevado complex that has the largest skiable domain in Chile. The complex provides a complete experience, including shops, restaurants, a spa and fitness center, bars and lounges, a pub with live music and many more.
Enjoy the day at Mingre, the family estate of winemaker Julio Bouchon and experience traditional dishes paired with Maule wines. Soak in the uniquely-crafted Bouchon barrel hot tub at the end of this fun-filled day.
Depart on a scenic train ride through the Central Valley to the town of Chillán. Take a break from wine and venture into a comparatively young field for this country: that of Chilean craft beer.
Experience skiing at Nevados de Chillán. Relax tired muscles after a day on the slopes, sip wine offerings from the Malleco Valley and learn about the exciting projects from wine gurus.
On the final night, close your eyes, open your taste buds and enjoy the best Chilean wines of all times.
Spent the morning on the slopes and then board the train that will get you back to Santiago.