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Vina Casa Marin Winery

Camino Lo Abarca s/n | V Region, Lo Abarca, Chile
56 2 33 42 986
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Wine was soooo good!

Vina Casa Marin was founded by a woman who loves wine. She was the first woman in Chile who did it... read more

Reviewed 22 January 2015
Moscow, Russia
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No doubt, the location is excellent. And the two cottages are romantic and very well kept. The... read more

Reviewed 17 January 2015
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Viña Casa Marín is a family-owned boutique winery located in the San Antonio appellation, founded by María Luz Marín in 2000, a passionate wine maker and entrepreneur. Viña Casa Marin is now recognized as one of the 100 best vineyards in the world. Its truly unique terroir, just 4 kilometers from the coast, makes it currently Chile's closest vineyard to the Pacific Ocean. Casa Marin has been described as the “most daring and innovative vineyard” in Chile, famous for their cool climate fine wines. They have won many awards including the “Best Sauvignon Blanc in the World” in 2010 and the best in Chile in 2013. Open for private tours and tastings of their Premium wines, lunches with the family members and winemaker, and overnight stays in the private Bed & Breakfast, situated at one of the vineyard’s most privileged spots with a spectacular view of the Pacific ocean.
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Camino Lo Abarca s/n | V Region, Lo Abarca, Chile
56 2 33 42 986
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Reviewed 22 January 2015

Vina Casa Marin was founded by a woman who loves wine. She was the first woman in Chile who did it. We did wine tasting there and this experience was unforgettable. Sauvignon Gris was unique and unusual (it was first time when I tried it)....More

Thank Nazarova
Reviewed 17 January 2015

No doubt, the location is excellent. And the two cottages are romantic and very well kept. The smaller one is the better choice, but this is a question of taste. The income service is friendly. And the winery is specialiced of high level wines. Of...More

1  Thank Traveller481404
Reviewed 16 January 2015

I love this winery. I have some friends who live locally and know the owners. I visited this time last year and resolved to find this wine back in Canada, however, their distributor in Canada doesn't sell it (which is strange...) This year I brought...More

Thank gallusgallusdomestic
Reviewed 15 January 2015

Wine was one of the greatest we tasted on our trip. Jamie is a great presenter. Worthwhile to make a side trip from Casablanca valley

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Thank Mrakobar
Reviewed 24 December 2014

Great opportunity if you want to spend the $ (wine geeks only?) for a vertical of sauv blanc or pinot with the wine maker. Quite a variety of soils right on sight. Unique for Chile in their coastal setting. You can also stay here. Warning:...More

Thank babystepper
Reviewed 29 November 2014

We visited four wine regions in October in Chile and this winery was our favourite. Where to start? First Osvaldo Marin (brother of the owner) was a wonderful guide for the two of us. So informative, such depth of knowledge, so proud of his family's...More

Thank Sylvia R
Reviewed 2 October 2014

I first discovered Casa Marin on a list of "world's best winery hotels". Little did I know that, when we left the Colchagua Valley (the "best" wine region in Chile, according to conventional wisdom) to take the 3 hour drive north-west to Lo Abarca, we'd...More

3  Thank JCGBright
Reviewed 27 July 2014

We were given a tour of the winery, the wine-making process, the bottling process, and got to sample some of their award-winning wines. Good luck finding a better bottle of pinot noir or sauvignon blanc! My only dislike is the fact that I couldn't taste...More

1  Thank Russell T
Reviewed 19 July 2014

We had an excellent tour at Casa Marin! Violeta was so helpful and responsive in organizing the tour and they remained open late for us because we got super lost getting there (dont rely on Google maps, apparently Waze is better). Osvaldo was a very...More

2  Thank jenya06
Reviewed 25 April 2014

At the start of the harvest season visiting a winery is always wonderful. The temperatures are still great and you already get an idea of what the new wines are going to bring. We went to the winery with a group and were able to...More

1  Thank LowieSantiago_Chile
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