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Maquis opens up wine tourism with manor house

Viña Maquis has highlighted how it is opening up to wine tourism with a restored manor house, following an award-winning offer at its winery.

Providing a special place to visit located in the Colchagua Valley, Viña Maquis in a unique environment sited between two rivers. Full of life, enjoy a trip with world-class wines to taste from Maquis & Calcu, guided by a professional and trained team offering a truly memorable moment.

Awarded the Best Emerging Winery in the O’Higgins Region in the first edition of Enoturismo Chile’s national competition, and repeatedly honoured with the Travellers’ Choice distinction on Trip Advisor, it is undoubtedly a must-visit.

In a restored old manor house, visitors can now continue learning and enjoying the fascinating world of wine together with a friendly, cordial, knowledgeable and passionate team.

In 1916, Viña Maquis became part of the Hurtado family estate, which usually used this house in Palmilla. Now, the building has been reopened as a tourist mansion.

Starting from this summer, tourists will be able to learn about the history of its vineyard, from the 18th century to the present day, taste the producer’s wines that have been shaped by centuries, and explore the beautiful vineyard and its natural surroundings.

A truly unique experience in the heart of the renowned Colchagua Valley in Chile, tourists will be surprised by unique experiences, where world-class wines are produced from grapes from two different origins within the same valley, giving rise to the Maquis and Calcu wines.

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