Host David Yetman and historian Bill Beezley, along with Argentine expert María José Figuerero, team up to travel around the cool arid climates of central Chile to vineyards that have made Chilean wines famous. The trip begins in Santiago’s great central market to take a closer look at some of the local cuisine that pairs so well with the wine and the role wines play in Chile’s traditional family life. From there, the search for wines takes the travelers to local vineyards as owners demonstrate traditional and innovative methods of cultivating grapes. In some cases, chicken, sheep, llamas and alpacas roam through the vineyard providing the land with a natural fertilization. Beezley and Yetman complete their wine quest at the celebrated Viña Montes, a winery designed by a Chilean architect and laid out according to feng shui principles.