The vineyard that surrounds Viña San Pedro in the Molina sector of the valley is one of the largest and oldest in Latin America. The first vines were planted here in 1701. The winery is also among the most modern, with 28 half-million-liter stainless-steel tanks producing more wine than any other competitor except Concha y Toro. San Pedro's top of the line is the premium Cabo de Hornos (which is Spanish for Cape Horn), followed by 1865 (the year the winery was founded),
and Castillo de Molina. The bottling plant has a sleek glass dome and a second-floor viewing platform. There's also a great little wine shop just off the highway where you can pick up some bargains. Tours can be arranged through the Ruta del Vino office in Curicó.
Ruta 5 S, Km 205, exit to Lontue, Curicó, 3340000, Chile