Lots of good wines to choose from, several wineries in the area. Good place to stop over on the drive from Santiago to Valparaiso
About Casablanca Valley
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Casablanca Valley is filled with wonderful vineyards and friendly people who are helpful and even if you speak different languages, they are helpful. No problem!
Casablanca Valley is relatively new Chilean winery area (started in 1985). It is known for its white wines, particularly Sauvignon Blanc. However it also has plenty of cool climate reds - well worth getting to know them!
We have now visited the Casablanca Valley, Aconcagua, Maipo, Maule, Curicó and Colchagua Valley. All our wine tasting was self- planned and organised. You certainly need your own transport, and plan ahead with a designating a driver. Chile has, fortunately, a zero tolerance for drink-...More
We were traveling from Santiago to our ship and had time to visit the Valley and were glad that we did. It is beautiful and has many wonderful wineries that are worth stopping to visit.
The Casablanca Valley is just a short drive from Santiago and as you drive through there are vineyards and wineries along the hillsides and in the valley areas. It is quite beautiful and it provides a great opportunity to see some of the excellent wineries...More
We spent two days while in Santiago touring the Casablanca and Maipo Valleys. The countryside is beautiful. The people are friendly and the wineries were outstanding. It was great to get out of the city atmosphere of Santiago and enjoy the countryside. Highly recommend visiting...More
We spent 3 nights here in Casablanca Valley. We stayed at Umawtu Bed and Win which was fabulous! Taxi driver Alejandro picked us up, dropped us off, and returned to transport us to the next winery. We visited and loved all the wineries we visited:...More
Countryside is very pretty and clean after Santiago. Wineries are smart, well run and fun. Wines themselves are not nearly as impressive as anticipated (or said to be). Even the whites ( nominally the stars here ) lacked the complexity anticipated given the hot days...More