Sit back, sip on wine, and enjoy a full-day wine tasting experience in Chile’s Casablanca Valley. Less than 100 km (60 mi) from Santiago, perfectly manicured vines are just waiting to be explored. As you make your winery crawl, you’ll be able to taste traditional and un...Sit back, sip on wine, and enjoy a full-day wine tasting experience in Chile’s Casablanca Valley. Less than 100 km (60 mi) from Santiago, perfectly manicured vines are just waiting to be explored. As you make your winery crawl, you’ll be able to taste traditional and unique spins on classic Chilean favorites, dine amongst the vines, and learn about the techniques and culture of the Casablanca region’s wine-making.
You will be picked up from your hotel by a van with accessibility features, and an hour and a half later, you will make your way to the Casablanca wineries. Your first stop will Casablanca’s leading wine producers – Casas del Bosque. Here is where you’ll be able to experience what it’s like to produce over 1.2 million bottles of wine a year, made from grapes only grown on the Casas del Bosque estate. For wheelchair users, exploring the vineyard terrain maybe require additional assistance – however, the rest of the winery features ramps and smooth terrain in the cellars, tasting area, and in the restaurant where you’ll be able to lunch with artfully designed wine pairings.
After learning about wine’s history and origins you’ll make your way to Bodegas RE winery. This winery features ramps accessible and pathways in addition to a philosophy around REcreating, REinventing, and REvealing the historical development of ancestral wines. In fact, this family-owned vineyard still uses some of the same from clay jars used to ferment time for centuries.
Finally, the tour will take you to to Viña Emiliana Vineyard to taste the fruits of organically grown wines. Over the past decade, Emiliana has become one of the leading organic and biodynamic vineyards in the world. Today this vineyard not only aims for universal accessibility but also tells the story of the Chilean people’s respect for their land and favorite drink.
Accessibility. What to expect?
Guides / staff members have been trained by Wheel the World to provide assistance to people with disabilities during the activity
Guides / staff members will be available to assist
Transportation is not wheelchair accessible but assistance will be provided for transfers
If needed, your wheelchair can be stored safely inside the vehicle
Accessible bathrooms available at every place of the activity
Places present some barriers and minimum assistance is needed
There are smooth floors and pathways
There are pathways with rocks, stones, or other terrain that makes them difficult to access
No adaptive equipment included
From $285 USD / per person
*Price based on 2 travelers
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Starting point: You will be picked up from your hotel
Minivan Mazda 5
approx. 2 hours
Casas del Bosque vineyard
Transfer in van
End point: You will be taken back to your hotel
Keeping you safe during COVID-19
Enhanced cleaning protocol
Local authorities safety protocols followed by all staff members
Social distancing measures
Social distancing measures in place
What's not included
The same price applies to all travelers. Please select the number of travelers with and without disabilities when booking on our website.
Spoken language(s): English, Spanish
Travel insurance is not included but an appropriate insurance based on your personal needs is highly recommended.
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