About 10km (6 1/4 miles) northeast of Ica, housed in a 16th-century colonial hacienda, this winery, one of the largest producers in the region, is known internationally and exports its pisco and table wines -- some of the finest in Peru -- to a number of countries. The Olaechea family has owned the winery since 1889. Despite the farm building's age -- it's one of the oldest in the valley -- the bodega uses modern technology. The vineyard is still irrigated, incredibly, by the amazing Achirana irrigation canal built by the Incas. Note that for the time being, public tours of the winery have been suspended.