Flavors at the End of the World

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Sense the flavors of the Chilean Patagonia

In the remote and almost inhospitable region of Patagonia, you will discover some of the most savory and avant-garde cuisine in all of South America. Even as you trek through dense forests, discovering pristine lakes and majestic peaks, your heart (well… your stomach in this case) will determine your picnic site. You can also try Patagonian meat that has been grilled by authentic gauchos, or sample mixed drinks infused with pure ice from nearby glaciers. And as if all of this weren't enough, in the country’s smaller towns you can always find local color — both red and white — in a glass of fine wine from an area winery. Indulge in the most unique culinary experiences at the “End of the World.”

What to expect on this adventure
Empanadas to Die For
Learn the Secrets of Chilean Cuisine
Chilean Varietals
Classic Wineries
Explore Local Flavors
Chilean cuisine
Empanadas to Die For
At a friend’s home, a street stall, or at a good restaurant, Chile’s meat- and cheese-filled empanadas invite you for this culinary treat – especially good when accompanied by a glass of fine local wine.
Learn the Secrets of Chilean Cuisine
Explore local food markets and take a hands-on cooking class, prepare traditional dishes along with Chilean wine, and learn the secrets of authentic Chilean dishes in an informal and friendly environment. "Buen provecho..!!"
Chilean Varietals
In addition to its fine yet affordable batches of cabernet sauvignon and chardonnay, today Chile turns out even better versions of those varietals, along with the country's signature Carmenere – well worth a taste.
Classic Wineries
Travel Chile, experiencing classic wineries, tasting savory wines, and enjoying great Andean views, while visiting local villages and lodging in intimate luxury hotels.
Explore Local Flavors
Chilean seafood ("mariscos cazuelas") is simple yet savory. Prepared with an assortment of fresh ocean-catches such as clams, shrimps, and oysters, the dishes are then cooked with seasonal vegetables.
Chilean cuisine
Chilean cuisine is a savory stew combining traditional Spanish fare, indigenous Mapuche culture and local ingredients, with later important ingredients from Germany, Italy and France.
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