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The New York Times: Valle de Guadalupe, a Mexican Wine Paradise 4/25/2017

Valle de Guadalupe, a Mexican Wine Paradise

This year, the Baja California region has captured the attention of several notable international media outlets such as Forbes, the New York Post, Los Angeles Post, and the New York Times.

Last week, the New York Times, who placed Tijuana #8 in their 52 Places to Go in 2017 list, focused its attention in the winemaking treasure of our state where the best quality wine is cultivated.

Valle de Guadalupe, wine region located in the Baja California peninsula in the municipality of Ensenada, only two hours by highway from San Diego, offers a discrete, natural, fun, and very authentic experience, compared to other tourist destinations of the country.

Unlike other similar locations such as Napa or Sonoma in California, in Valle de Guadalupe you can find modern wineries, a unique character and style, preparation of dishes by renowned chefs with their own cultivated ingredients, talks with winemakers during tasting, among many other things. It is not a new winemaking zone but it attracts American millennials due to its modern structure.

It is in Valle de Guadalupe where you can enjoy gastronomy without losing style. There are villas and boutique hotels, from camping-like to luxurious, which include pools with a view to the vineyards, events in the winery, trips to the cellar, and much more.

The winemaking scene in Baja California is still growing: there are more than 100 wineries and it continues to expand.

This article by the New York Times gathered the best places for wine admirers to stay, drink, and eat in this wonderful paradise. 

Bruma Hotel

 

Gastroneta Adobe

 

"La Cocina de Doña Esthela"

 

 Vena Cava winery

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