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This vineyard was part of a day trip up into the Andes. We got to see the Archaeological site on the estate where there were Inca Petroglyphs, the views from the top of the hill were worth the climb but would advise wearing sturdy shoes...More
Date of experience: October 2019
Thank Keith K
InSituWine, guía / ventas nacionales at Vina San Esteban, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago
Thanks Keith for your opinion.
Glad you had a good experience!
In Situ /VSE
The winery had a very enthusiastic guide telling us about the history of the place along with some interesting titbits. He was an interpreter by profession and he was superb. We went for the wine tasting and also got some bottles of wine for gifting...More
We were lucky enough to visit during the harvesting of the grapes so got to see everything in operations. Angelina was our guide and you could tell she loved her job. Very informative and got to see everything from the picking of the grapes to...More
Date of experience: March 2019
InSituWine, Guía / ventas at Vina San Esteban, responded to this reviewResponded April 2, 2019
Glad you had a good experience with us :) ...and yes... we love our job! Thanks for coming :)
Team In Situ
We have chosen Viña San Esteban, because we preferred a less touristical winery and we also wanted to visit
Los Andes, San Filipe and Portillo
We stayed the night over in Inca Hotelles in Los Andes, an excellent choice.
The tour was nice and interesting...More
We had a very pleasant tour of the vineyard, cellars and wine making process with our guide Angelina. Tasted three wines, Chardonnay, Carmeniere and Cabernet Sauvignon; all from the Aconcagua Valley - very good wines.
After the tasting, we drove to Parque Arqueologico Paidenhuen, (on...More
Came here with a group of about 30 soldiers. We had just finished 3 weeks of training in Chile and it was time for some relaxation.
Vina was perfect. We were given an amazing tour, in English by the way, from a very lovely women....More
This establishment has more than one staff member who speaks English, which did surprise us.They coped with us in a pleasant way while dealing with groups of Spanish speakers people who required attention. We enjoyed our tastings and purchased two bottles, which were sold at...More
Date of experience: February 2017
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InSituWine, Community Manager at Vina San Esteban, responded to this reviewResponded February 14, 2017
Thank you very much for your comments! We really enjoyed your visit!
Greetings from San Esteban!
Went for a tasting - it was $25 per person for 4 wines, and you pay even if you buy. I was astounded, seemed like much to much.
Seemed like a well run family enterprise. The wines were very good. Had 2 blends, aCarminere and...More
Tour was nice- accommodated english speakers (us) despite we came without reservation which they recommend. Tour was nice for a mid-size winery. Wine we tasted was very good. We also did the tour of the nearby petroglyphs- they were ok but not awesome- still was...More
My partner and I stopped in to San Esteban winery, and overall, the tasting room is very small, cannot accommodate larger groups, and the wines are only OK.
We didn't have reservations for a tour, but it was the low season and they were able...More