Valle De Guadalupe

May 26-27, 2018

Good Food, Good Wine, and Most Importantly Good People!

With our home base being in San Diego a trip to Valle De Guadalupe is just a quick jump and skip across the border. Perfect for a fun weekend get away!  Growing up this close to Mexico, many areas of Mexico have always been a travel destination for us. 

Wine tasting in Baja California is a unique experience that you won’t find anywhere else. The region is known for its delicious wines and beautiful vineyards. There are many different wineries to choose from, each with their own unique selection of wines to taste.

There are a few options to getting around down there. If you have a DD you can easily get around in your vehicle from place to place or you can pay a driver with a van to take you around to the different wineries for lunch and wine tastings.  Also, Ensenada is only about a 45 minute drive from the wineries if you would rather stay there for the weekend. We had lunch at Finca Altozno and spent a few hours there.  They have a beautiful property with vineyards and animals. They prepare all their dishes with nearby produce and products. And they offer regional wine and beer to match your experience. 

We went to a number of other wineries such as EncuentroCuartro Cuatros, Emeve and Casa Frida. These are my top picks in the area. Each spectacular and special in their own way.  Encuentro has a stunning tasting area with a gorgeous view of the valley and vineyards. They have hotel accommodations on site that are environmentally balanced for the area. I have stayed here and it is lovely. There infinity pool nestled in the hill overlooks some accommodations and the valley.  Cuarto Cuarto has a hill top bar and restaurant that overlooks the ocean. You can sit with friends, enjoy, have tasty bites and sip on wine all while enjoying the sea breeze and fresh ocean air.  Casa Frida may be my favorite with its vibrant and colorful tasting room and outside patio area. It has a vibe that is perfect for starting off your day!

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