Lapostolle Residence, Colchagua Valley, Chile

  • Margie Goldsmith

On a hill next to the Clos Apalta vineyards and winery, the Lapostolle Residence consists of four opulent casitas that are so private you can sunbathe nude on your terrace while gazing at the nearby vines and valley. The residence’s dining room serves gourmet meals paired with Lapostolle’s acclaimed Clos Apalta red blend and other wines from the Chilean producer. (Clos Apalta is a product of Lapostolle, which was cofounded by Grand Marnier heiress Alexandra Marnier Lapostolle.) In addition to forming your own opinions of the estate’s offerings during tastings at Clos Apalta, you can ride horseback, swim in the infinity-edge pool, or stroll among hundreds of acres of silent vineyards. When you are ready for some relaxation, the spa will come to you: Therapists set up their tables and light candles in your room before conducting massages and other treatments.

+562.426.9960, www.lapostolle.com

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