The Central Valley Sights

Viña Miguel Torres

  • Winery/Brewery/Distillery

Updated 11/25/2014

Fodor's Review

Just south of Curicó and immediately off the Pan-American Highway is one of Chile's most visitor-savvy vineyards. The tour begins with an orientation video that provides a glossy overview of the winery—its roots in the family winery in Catalonia, Spain, and Miguel Torres's choice to set up shop in Chile while his sister opted for California. Torres was a leader in Chile's wine revolution and is credited as the first in the country to use a stainless-steel tank, now de rigueur. He also brought another tradition from his native Iberia: the annual Wine Harvest Festival that takes place in Curicó's main plaza. Be sure to visit the restaurant, definitely one of the finest in the area, and the overnight guest house welcomes the public.

Sight Information


Ruta 5 S, Km 195, Curicó, Maule, 3340000, Chile



Sight Details:

  • 5,000 pesos
  • Daily 10–6

Updated 11/25/2014


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