Thanks to Anna's family, the day after returning from Pucon, we headed toward Casablanca Valley and received a tour of Emiliana, one of the very few vineyards in Chile that are practice any sort of organic and bio dynamical agriculture.

They do not typically offer tours there, which was obvious in the public restroom where all of the sinks were occupied by thirsty plants.

After the tasting we drove up toward a lookout for a better view of the vineyard. Surprisingly, the white turbines in the distance, although they might appear built to produce green energy, are actually meant to blow air across the fields in order to protect the grapes during a frost.

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