Friday Evening: March 20th, 2015



On Friday evening, conference attendees will visit the Santa Rita vineyards for a memorable journey through Chile's wine-making tradition and cultural heritage. The winery, located at the foot of the Andes Mountains, is surrounded by vineyards, national monuments, and century-old parks. The guided tour will start in the vineyards at the heart of the Maipo Valley, continue through the wine-making and aging cellars, and pass by the bottling plant. The tour will end with a tasting of Reserva wines in the famous “120 Patriots” cellar. After the guided tour, conference attendees will enjoy an indelible dinner in the famous Doña Paula Restaurant, an 18th century colonial farmhouse that is now a national monument. The evening will end with a visit to the Andean Museum, which exhibits over 2,000 archeological and ethnographical objects from Chilean cultures.



Strategic Management Society

Santiago