From its 100 percent gravity-fed winemaking facilities to its elliptical shape — designed to reflect the harmony between man and nature — Lapostolle Winery is sure to impress architecture enthusiasts. This unique property was founded by Cyril de Bournet and Alexandra Marnier-Lapostolle, of France's Grand Marnier and Lapostolle families, and showcases a six-level winery, with four levels buried into the granite hillside for natural aging and cooling temperatures. Just four wood casita suites — named after the grape varieties grown on the estate — Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Petit Verdot and Carmenere — offer the ultimate in exclusivity. While there is no formal restaurant, guests may enjoy Chilean specialties prepared with organic produce. Local vineyard-based activities include horseback riding, hiking wilderness trails, morning yoga classes and in-suite massage.