Lapostolle Winery is built into a rocky mountainside and consists of multiple floors. The wine making process begins on the top floor and each successive stage winds its way to the bottom floor, meaning only gravity is needed to transport the grapes from pressing and fermentation to barreling and bottling.
Lapostolle is beautiful. The architecture of all the places we’ve visited has been quite elegant, however they were all traditional. Lapostolle on the other hand has a sleek, modern design. Many natural elements and organic shapes have been incorporated into the winery’s design so although modern, it blends into the landscape.
Lapostolle has a breathtaking view of the Colchagua valley. After taking a long horseback ride through the vines, we sat outside on a porch overlooking a gorgeous green vista. It was a little slice of heaven.
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