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March 10 to 21, 2019

Discover the wine country surrounding Santiago and Valparaiso and find out why its delicious vintages and stunning wineries make this one serious wine region.

You’re in good company. Learn from faculty leader Scott Burns, ’69, MS ’70, and our wine expert Jeremy Shaw; visit Kingston Family Vineyards with its founder, Courtney Kingston, MBA ’97. Take poetic license. Visit the home of Chile’s most beloved poet-diplomat, Pablo Neruda, in Valparaiso, and absorb the eclectic way he lived his art and the surroundings that inspired him. A perfect pairing. Savor meals at top vineyards, prepared with their wine accompaniments in mind; learn how to marry local ingredients at the cooking school of well-known chef, Pilar Rodríquez.


COST:

$7,995


FACULTY LEADER

Scott Burns
Portland State University

A professor of geology and botany, Scott, '69, MS '70, is a born teacher. His enthusiasm and exuberance are contagious and his interest in teaching about the terroir and geology of wine-producing regions is apparent.


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(650) 725-1093
travelstudy@alumni.stanford.edu

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