Kingston Family Vineyards

Kingston Family Vineyards is a boutique winery located in Chile's Casablanca Valley on the farm that has been in our family for more than a century.

We offer tours and tastings at the winery in English or Spanish in addition to hosting large private events.

Join the Old Corral Club and receive a complimentary tasting and tour. Learn more here. If you enjoy the wines you try during your tour you can order a case to be shipped to your home in the U.S. and shipping is free.

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Tours & Pricing

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Our tours are available in English or Spanish, by appointment only. To schedule an appointment please contact us at:

Phone: +56 2 2405 4800

Dates Closed:

  • January 1
  • May 1
  • September 18, 19
  • December 8 [closed due to legal requirement]
  • December 25


Join us for a private tour of our winery as you sip a glass of our wine. Then head to our terraza overlooking the Casablanca Valley for a wine tasting. You'll taste four more of our wines perfectly paired with locally made cheese and artisan chocolates.
Price: CLP 23.000 per person


Glass of our wine in hand, take a private tour of our winery before sitting down for a tasting of four more wines paired with locally made cheese and artisan chocolates. Finish with a picnic lunch and a bottle of wine to be enjoyed on the hills overlooking our vineyards. Reservations must be received at least 2 days in advance.*
Price: CLP 39.000 per person


Enjoy a private tour of the winery as you sip a glass of wine before whetting your palate with a tasting of four more of our wines paired with locally made cheese and artisan chocolates. A three-course wine-paired gourmet lunch follows the wine tasting. Reservations must be received at least 2 days in advance.*
Price: CLP 49.000 per person

All rates are in Chilean pesos with VAT included.

*Please note that our meals are prepared and tailored especially to you and your group. If you need to cancel, we ask that you notify us at least 24 hours in advance.


“Great wine, awesome spot, highly recommended, everyone was very nice and the wine amazing.”

-Michael M. on

Certificate of Excellence 2017

“The views were spectacular and the wine was fantastic. I would recommend it to everyone!”

-Cassandra F. on

Certificate of Excellence 2017

“If you are looking to visit a small, boutique winery with the full personal touch, don't miss here. ”

-Annette on

Certificate of Excellence 2017

“Nice little bites to nibble on, beautiful scenery, excellent wines and passionate staff!”

-Cheryl on

Certificate of Excellence 2017

“The staff was super friendly and inviting. We felt like part of the family right away.”

-MKW on

Certificate of Excellence 2017

“Kingston is representing the Chilean wine industry well and definitely giving other continents a run for their money.”

-Michelle H. on

Certificate of Excellence 2017

“Having been on wine tours in California and Europe, this one stood out for the passion and level of detail involved.”

-Mark M. on

Certificate of Excellence 2017

“Immediately we could tell that Kingston was not only "family" in name but also in how they welcome you with open arms.”

-Bryce C. on

Certificate of Excellence 2017

“The tasting area was lovely, wines excellent, and lunch very tasty. Definitely recommend this as an alternative to larger wineries in the area.”

-Pamela D. on

Certificate of Excellence 2017

“The tasting was outside on a beautiful day and every wine we tried was fantastic.”

-Neal A. on

Certificate of Excellence 2017

“Kingston offers the perfect personal touch, providing a memorable experience tailored to the customer.”

-Tom G. on

Certificate of Excellence 2017

“This small winery gives you an up-close look of how wine is made. Definitely the place to go for a personalized experience.”

-Rebekah Z. on

Certificate of Excellence 2017

Our insider guides to Chile and Casablanca Valley

With its brightly painted buildings, abundant street art, crazy steep hills, Bohemian vibe, and a hip food scene, Valparaíso has originality and character oozing from its historic rainbow-colored seams. Located just 30 minutes from our family’s winery, here are our recommendations for what to see, do & expect in this eclectic city by the sea.

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One of the most common questions we get from our friends and guests to our family’s winery is “what other wineries should I visit on my day trip to Casablanca?” Here’s our list of where we like to go ourselves on a day off. They all share our focus on handcrafted wines, and we can testify first-hand of their gracious hospitality.

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Probably what excites us most about Santiago is the booming food scene. Defined by fresh local ingredients prepared with a Chilean riff on other cultures, the resulting fare is a delicious melting pot of internationally-influenced cuisine. Here we highlight some of our recommendations for these innovative restaurants.

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From Santiago, Chile (approximately 1 hour and 30 minute drive):

  • Begin on Ruta/Highway 68 heading west towards Valparaiso & Viña del Mar.
  • Once you pass the toll plaza (peaje) in Casablanca Valley, take the Casablanca Lo Vasquez exit (3 more exits after peaje, following the signs for Casas del Bosque)
  • Turn left at the top of overpass.
  • Continue over overpass, and follow la calle Constitución (roughly 1km) until you reach a 4 way stop. (There is a Copec gas station on your left hand side, just before the stop.)
  • Take a right, and continue to follow signs for Viña Casas del Bosque. At .5 km the road will curve to the left out of town.
  • You will pass Casas del Bosque's winery on your left, and then continue another 2.5 km to our vineyard's entrance on the left.
  • Our entrance to the vineyard is marked only by a small wooden gate at start of a palm-lined dirt road heading into the hills. Drive up the road until you see a small shed on the left; turn right to arrive at our winery nestled in the hillside.

From Valparaíso/Viña del Mar, Chile (approximately 1 hour drive):

  • Take Ruta 68 towards Santiago.
  • Follow signs for Villa Alemana.
  • As soon as you exit and go over the sobre paso towards Villa Alemana, and immediately follow signs returning to Valparaiso and ten get back on to route 68, but then immediately get off on the same exit (Villa Alemana/Las Dichas)
  • For a short period of time, you will be driving east, parallel to Ruta 68, as if heading towards Santiago. Continue on this narrow country road (F844). It will soon turn south.
  • The Kingston Family property begins where the large old eucalyptus trees grow on both sides of the road.
  • If you have an appointment at the vineyard, continue driving through the Kingston farm for another ~6 kms, crossing over a small bridge called "La Draga". Stay to your left as two small roads (one from Algarrobo/Las Dichas and a second from San Jeronimo) merge from the right.
  • As you continue, you will pass a lecheria with a silo on your right. The entrance gate (unmarked) to Kingston Family Vineyards will be soon thereafter on your right, approximately one more km on the same small country road. You will see a long entrance marked by an arboleda (or tree lined entrance) with planted palm trees, and an old wooden gate.
  • The bodega is approx 1 km up the dirt road. You will see it from the driveway up in the hills to your right. When you arrive to a crossroads with several tool sheds on your left, turn right, and follow up to park in front of the bodega.