We would like to introduce you to the longest wine route in the world. It is located between Chile and Argentina and is 1300 kilometres long.
Starting in La Serena, about 460 km north of Santiago, this wine tourism route crosses unique landscapes and a historical-cultural heritage between the Coquimbo region and four provinces of Argentina. Traverse the history of wine in both nations and discover the origins of viticulture in Chile and Argentina.
On this wine route you will experience a journey through time and cross the Andes, the highest mountain range outside of Asia, as the Spaniards and indigenous people once did and muleteers and adventurers still do today. Over the Agua Negra Pass starting in Chile you will reach the four Argentinean provinces of San Juan, La Rioja, Catamarca and Santiago del Estero.
We invite you to visit Chile. There are numerous wine routes from the Elqui Valley in the north of the country to central Chile, where you can taste different types of wine in the country’s valleys. Chile is known as a wine country with world-class grape varieties and offers wine lovers the enjoyment of quality wines amidst unique landscapes.
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