The Elqui Valley, located at the southern extreme of the Atacama Desert—in the north of Chile—boasts one of the world’s greatest concentrations of astronomical observatories and spectacular muscatel grape vineyards.
It’s the unique microclimates of the area that provide such a clarity and dryness to the air, making it not only the best place in the world to grow muscatel grapes and to produce pisco, the Chilean national drink, but also influencing the skies at night, making the Elqui Valley one of the most popular places in the world for astronomical observatories.
Check out the stars and wines of Chile’s Elqui Valley. You and your clients will both soon discover: the stars and the pisco of Elqui are an unbeatable combination.
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