For the second consecutive year Chile is selected as one of the world’s best honeymoon destinations for 2015. Fodors selected Chile among 12 other destinations around the world.

Having recently dropped its $160 reciprocity fee, honeymooners can save their pennies to enjoy some of the finer vintages around Chile’s wine country, from Carmenere to Chardonnay. There are plenty of options to choose from, as vineyards are clustered just outside of the capital city of Santiago, stretching down through the interior for about 250 miles.

The Maipo Valley is home to some of Chile’s most famous winemakers, such as Viña Concha y Toro and Viña Santa Rita, and is an easy day trip from the city. The Colcagua wine region to the south is also well established, producing prize-winning Malbec and Sauvignon Blanc. Further south, the up-and-coming Millahue wine region started wowing experts with 2009 and 2010 vintages from new “holistic” winemaker Vik. No matter which region you choose to explore, the landscapes throughout are full of natural beauty, upscale estancias, and activities such as horseback riding. Perfect for Couples Who: Are oenophiles and who can slip between a spa treatment and an outdoor adventure between tastings.

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Connie Poblete Cofounder & Experience Designer