It is the main celebration of the Curicó Valley and the first of its type in Chile, because it is an event carried out every year since 1991 during the third week of March, organized together with Curicó’s Town Council and Curicó Valley Wine Route.

The uniqueness of this event is based on the Harvest Queen contest together with the traditional and expected competition of grape treaders, apart from the blessing of the first must, the weighing of the Chilean Harvest Queen in wine bottles and the opening of the wine fountain.

Here, the best wines from Curicó Valley are the protagonists, together with an outstanding display of handicraft, gastronomy, culture and entertainment for the whole family.

Every year the festival is devoted to a wine importer country, which has to surprise the public with a cultural gift. Everything as part of a first level artistic show, which makes the Chilean Harvest Festival a unique destination for the popular celebrations lovers, who may also enjoy excellent wines.

Curicó Valley Wine Route: Aresti, Altacima, Echeverria, Correa Albano, Las Pitras, Maillamán, Miguel Torres, Folâtre, Requingua, San Pedro, Valdivieso and Viñedos Puertas.