With relatively cold winters and hot summers, in the month of March this valley invites you to experience the biggest vintage festival in Chile. Famous is the tour called Curico Valley Wine Route, where you can tour the wide variety of vines present in this warm place.
Appreciate the vineyards from imposing viewpoints, taste recognized and prestigious wines in subterranean cellars of more than 100 years of antiquity and visit masonry houses of great family tradition in the Curicó Valley.
If you want to complement your visit with more activities, in the surroundings of this sector highlights the Siete Tazas National Reserve, where you can perform various sports, and enjoy trekking and camping with your friends and family.
It is the main celebration of Curicó Valley and the first of its kind in all of Chile, since it is a festival that takes place since 1991 during the third week of March of each year, organized jointly by the Illustrious Municipality of Curicó and Curico Valley Wine Route
The uniqueness of this festival is based on the choice of the Harvest Queen along with the traditional and expected competition of grape crushers, in addition to the blessing of the first must, the weighing of the Queen of the Harvest of Chile in wine bottles and the opening of the wine fountain.
Here the best wines of the Curicó Valley are protagonists, accompanied by an outstanding display of crafts, gastronomy, culture and entertainment for the whole family.
Each year the party is dedicated to a wine exporting country, who through a cultural gift surprise the large number of attending public. All within the framework of an artistic show of first level, which turns the Fiesta de la Vendimia de Chile into a unique destination for lovers of popular celebrations around the enjoyment of excellent wines.
Wine Route Curicó Valley: Aresti, Altacima, Echeverría, Correa Albano, Las Pitras, Millamán, Miguel Torres, Folatre, Requingua, San Pedro, Valdivieso and Viñedos Puertas.