Guided tour

From Ica or Huacachina: Wine and Pisco Vineyards Tour

4.8 / 5

6 reviews

From Ica or Huacachina: Wine and Pisco Vineyards Tour

Activity provider: Huacachina tour & package
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From US$ 20 per person

Explore the wine region of Ica and discover the local drink Pisco. Visit two wineries, learn about production, and enjoy tastings of both wine and Pisco.

About this activity

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Duration 3.5 hours
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Live tour guide
English, Spanish
Pickup included
Pickup is available from Ica and Huacachina. Please inform your address and wait in the lobby 15 minutes before your scheduled pickup time.
Small group
Limited to 6 participants

Experience

Highlights
  • Learn how Pisco, the most famous drink in Peru is made
  • Taste different types of Pisco and wine in two wineries
  • Visit the first vineyard in Peru
Full description
Discover the wine region surrounding Ica, that is known as the most important wine region in Peru for red wine and the popular local drink pisco. Visit the oldest vineyard in Peru and a traditional pisco winery and learn about how the wine and Pisco are made and, of course, taste Pisco and wine at both wineries. Start with pickup from Ica or Huacachina. Head to your first stop, the Tacama vineyard, considered one of the oldest ones in South America and first in Peru, established in the 16th century. Visit the old hacienda and tower where you will get the best view and see acres of grapes. Then you will visit the old and new factory and see how Tacama produces wines and Piscos using the industrial process. Afterward, you will taste their Piscos and wines. Head to the second vineyard called El Catador, known for its pisco. Pisco is a strong liquor known as the national drink of Peru. Learn about the traditional process to make Pisco and the clay jars known as “botijas” where the juice of crushed grapes is fermenting during March month, (harvest time). Visit the distillery and learn about the last seps to produce the famous drink. After, time to taste the Pisco and wine made here. You will have the opportunity to have lunch (not included) at one of the wineries that prepare typical dishes from this region.
Includes
  • Pickup and drop-off from your hotel in Huacachina or Ica
  • Wine and Pisco tastings
  • Tacama vineyard entry fee (20 soles)
  • Lunch and drinks
Covid-19 precautions

You must book this activity online because the ticket office is closed

Safety measures in place
  • All areas that customers touch are frequently cleaned
  • The number of visitors is limited to reduce crowds
Traveler requirements
  • You are required to bring and wear a mask
  • You will receive a mandatory temperature check

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What to bring

  • Comfortable shoes
  • Sunglasses
  • Sun hat
  • Camera
  • Sunscreen
  • Comfortable clothes
Customer reviews

Overall rating

4.8 /5

based on 6 reviews

Review summary

  • Guide
    5/5
  • Transportation
    5/5
  • Value for money
    4/5

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Great experience. Excellent drive who help with details at locations and allows for personalized trip depending on what group wants to focus on. Main event is Tacama. Can do many different types tours at this location and eat at their restaurant. You will spend majority of time at Tacama. Tour ends with smaller, more traditional vineyard, which was great to contrast. This smaller vineyard has much shorter tour and tasting but very sweet people and fun to talk too.

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May 11, 2022

Both vine yards were very different, but beautiful. We had a lot of fun at the tastings and learned a lot. Well organized tour. We can definitely recommend!

April 28, 2022

Great, fun, friendly, organized guides. Loved the places they took us

February 26, 2022

Product ID: 390706