Find out what Mediterranean restaurants to try in Santa Cruz. Wine lovers: whether you’re a die-hard oenophile or just a general grape enthusiast, you’ll be thrilled by the vineyards and cellars of Santa Cruz. This Chilean city makes a great base for exploring the Colchagua Valley, a wine region that’s loved for its full-bodied reds. Before you embark upon a day of tastings, be sure to explore Santa Cruz’s charming colonial architecture and cultural museums.
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Specializing in an Italian cuisine with Mediterranean and American touches, Ristorante Vino Bello is set in a restored foreman's adobe building in the heart of the Colchagua wine valley. Surrounded by the beautiful Laura Hartwig vineyards and the snow-cap
This restaurant has a beautiful outdoor terrace, and great staff. But WOW the food was some of the best I tasted in my whole visit to Chile. Often eating veggie food, the beetroot ravioli was one of the best I've tasted (and I travel extensively and live in London). It blew the more expensive winery restaurants out of the water .. a real must to visist Thank you for taking the time to write a comment. We are glad you enjoyed the food and your experience!
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Located in the heart of Colchagua Valley, our proposal seeks to conquer all kind of taste, a menu with differents options to share. A fine selection of the Chef's best cuts of meat, combined with a cocktail and wines menu which will be an ideal combinatio
Word of mouth is not out yet because they are open only a month. They are about 5 or 10 minutes from downtown. We were the first to arrive for dinner this evening. Very friendly greeting and attentive service. They helped with recommendations and descriptions. We were not disappointed and the food was excellent. All three of us loved our meals. Octopus-very tender; corvina wrapped in veggies; lentil salad. The deco is very country. We will eat here again if we go back to Santa Cruz.
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