Valle de Guadalupe

One of our favorite areas that we frequently visit to enjoy wine tasting is Valle de Guadalupe, the premier wine location of Mexico.

Where is Guadalupe Valley
This charming rural region, also known as the Baja Wine Country or Wine Route, is located between the city of Ensenada and the town of Tecate, in Northern Baja California.

Grapes, Wine Country, Valle de Guadalupe, Baja

GRAPES, WINE COUNTRY, VALLE GUADALUPE, BAJA

The meandering narrow road that leads to a wide range of wine-producing communities between Ensenada and Tecate, is known as "La Ruta del Vino" or "The Wine Route".

The Vallecitos area in the Baja Wine Country


Vallecitos belongs to the Wine Route

VALLECITOS


Organic foods you can enjoy in the Ensenada  Wine Country

Natural Products:

  • wine
  • olive oil
  • olives
  • grapes
  • preserves
  • herbs
  • cheese
  • honey
  • baked goods


  • What to see and enjoy on the Wine Route

  • extensive vineyards...
  • wine shops...
  • wine-theme restaurants...
  • art galleries...
  • wine tasting...
  • camping areas...
  • museums...
  • mission style haciendas...
  • and many types of wine...


  • Wine Tasting

    You will enjoy the climate that makes Valle de Guadalupe an excellent venue for a wide assortment of high quality local wines to be sampled.

    Take a lunch break or stop for dinner in any restaurant of this wine area and you will likely taste one of the many locally-grown varietals.

    Sampling the wines of this bountiful area while enjoying its local cuisine is truly a delightful experience.

    The viticulture of the valley is booming.

    Some wines are establishing its own separate identity and being listed in national, international and local restaurants.

    Some of the varieties of red wine produced in this northern Baja region are Zinfandel Grenache and Cabernet Sauvignon.

    And some of the varieties of white wine are Riesling, Saint Emilion, Chenin Blanc, Palomino, Sauvignon Blanc.



    Fiestas de la Vendimia

    FEvery year the wine growers of Ensenada celebrate the harvest.

    It is a classic winery festival to highlight the culture of wine.

    Several sport and cultural events are held such as wine tasting, wine tours, fishing tournaments, regattas, concerts, cook-offs and gourmet contests.

    Fiestas de la Vendimia are held in August every year. These festivities last 17 days.

    Since an average of more than 20,000 visitors are expected every year, we recommend you to book a hotel well in advance.



    Guadalupe Valley Hotels

    Lodging in the Wine Route

  • La Villa del Valle Hotel.


  • Adobe Guadalupe Hotel.


  • Hacienda Guadalupe Hotel.


  • Plaza Fátima Hotel. Phone: (646) 192-4531.


  • Rancho María Teresa Hotel. Phone: (646) 155 2450.


  • Viñedos Malagón, B & B. Phone: (646) 1516083.
    From USA: (949) 547-8776.

    Hotels in the city of Ensenada



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