What you need to know when visiting Santa Cruz in Chile’s wine country

Chile is a very exciting wine country today, really worth visiting. When you come to Chile you will surely also come to Santa Cruz. Santa Cruz is a small town in the Colchagua Valley in Chile. It has around 40 000 inhabitants. It is the almost inevitable base-camp to explore the famous Colchagua Valley, and, for example, Lolol, Apalta, Cachapoal, Rapel, Curico, and other nearby valleys and regions. It is about 2 hours south of Santiago, in the Chilean region curiously named “General O’Higgins”.

We have just published a “city” guide (it is a small city) with our selection of where to eat and what to do on BKWine’s Travel Blog: Santa Cruz in Colchagua, Chile, a short “city” guide.

If you really want to discover the fantastic wines and the wine countries of South America you can come on a wine tour to Chile-Argentina with BKWine.

You can find more wine city guides – to Beaune, Bordeaux, Saint Emilion, Mendoza, Buenos Aires – on the travel site.

We also have a few short introductions to wine regions  as well as good things to know, “country FAQs”, on restaurants, food, transport, tipping and more, in some wine countries.

The winery at Viña Maquis, Colchagua Valley, Chile

The winery at Viña Maquis, Colchagua Valley, Chile, Copyright BKWine Photography

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