A 6 bedroom mountain lodge with a large property including 5 acres of Cabernet Sauvignon vineyard.
The yearly occupancy rate is at 50%.
Located in the foothills of the Andes in area of outstanding natural beauty. A trout stream running through the property and only 35 minutes from 2 major wineries and a large town.
The wine project is up and running. 5000 bottles of 2017 in stock and 7000 bottles worth in oak barrels maturing. Our wine is receiving positive publicity.
5 years in a row Tripadvisor travellers choice.
250,000 USD in sales year during 2017-2018.
- Guest Facilities On-site
- Swimming Pool
- Children's Play Area
- Air conditioning
Attractions For Guests In The Local Area
- Cultural interests
- Area Of Natural Beauty
Activities For Guests In The Local Area
- Mountain biking
- Horse Riding
Owner Facilities On-site
- Owners accommodation
- Private garden
San Fernando is the capital of the province of Colchagua, in central Chile, and the second most populated urban center of the O'Higgins Region. Located close to the Tinguiririca River (a tributary of the Rapel) in a fertile valley, San Fernando sits 339 m (1,112 feet) above sea level. Founded in 1742, it became the provincial capital in 1840.
San Fernando is famous for its rodeos, thanks to its location at the heart of the country. The surrounding area yields wheat, forage crops, rice, legumes and grapes. There is also a brand of Chilean wine called San Fernando. Both the Pan-American Highway and Chile's main longitudinal railroad run through San Fernando.
San Fernando is located at the northern tip of Chile's Colchagua Valley. This region is popularly known as the heart of Chilean agriculture. Here you can find the "wine route" which will take visitors on a journey from San Fernando to Santa Cruz, visiting some of Chile's most traditional vineyards.
Some major attractions in and around San Fernando include Casa Silva, a hotel, vineyard, and winery. Hacienda Los Lingues, a traditional Chilean-style, colonial home of a hacienda "patrón" or owner that has been turned into a hotel and restaurant. The hacienda offers horseback riding adventures into the Precordillera of the Andes.
Most major producers of fresh fruit for export are located in and around San Fernando. These include: Frusan, Unifruti, and Agricola Panagro. Within the orchards and farms of the region one can find almost every type of fresh produce; from citrus to premium quality fresh cherries.
San Fernando is also the point of departure to begin a trip to "Las Termas Del Flaco" (The thermal baths of Flaco). Flaco can be reached by travelling east of Ruta 5 on the road to Puente Negro. "Las Termas" baths are open from mid-December to April and are located in an area famous for its large populations of Tricahues, a type of native parrot, and fossilized dinosaur footprints.