Viña Santa Rita
Restaurante Doña Paula, currently part of the Historic Monument, was named in honor of Doña Paula Jaraquemada, who sheltered 120 patriots in the fight for Chile’s independence, over two hundred years ago. The mansion is a classic example of colonial architecture, with white walls that display paintings from artistic movements such as the Cusco, Quito, and Potosí schools, high bamboo ceilings with exposed beams, and a wide variety of period antiques on show. The setting is also idyllic, with views out over the vineyards and a broad passageway leading to the courtyard garden.
Prior reservations are required.
Reservations: (+56 2) 2 362 2590
The Santa Rita bakery used to bake bread for the estate’s workers and their families. Now, in a bid to preserve traditional customs, we have created Café La Panadería amongst the antique bakery equipment - an ideal spot to take a break and enjoy a delicious coffee, fresh fruit juice, or a gourmet meal on the go, during your visit to Santa Rita.
Using all of its traditional fittings, the café also features a permanent exhibition on the “Carros de Sangre”, traditional horse-drawn trains that were used to get between the estate and the town of Buin, first by the Fernández Concha family and later by the García Huidobro family.
Open every day except Mondays, from 9am to 6pm.
In addition to the containment measures of Covid-19 and in the face of the return to quarantine in Buin. We will have to close the doors of our beloved vineyard; tours, Doña Paula restaurant, wine shop and museum will not be receiving visitors while this sanitary measure lasts.
This measure will be extendable depending on the circumstances. Once this situation is normalized, we will open our doors to continue providing entertainment, history and culture to our visitors.
We invite you to review the biosafety protocol here: BIOSAFETY PROTOCOL