Valle de Guadalupe

Baja’s gorgeous Valle de Guadalupe is most known for its Wine Route, wine museum, wineries, vineyards, modern and rustic accommodations, gourmet eateries owned by famed chefs and more. The region is located directly south of the U.S.-Tecate border approximately 45 minutes, or 15 minutes north of Ensenada. Valle is home to nearly 90 percent of the wine produced in Mexico.

Valle de Guadalupe

Valle de Guadalupe


2 comments for “Valle de Guadalupe

  1. 2016-05-12 at 6:33 pm

    I grew up in Mississippi where grits are white and made from dried ground hominy kernals. I live in Utah now and most people will tell you they don't eat "grits" but they do eat polenta, which is yellow, made from finely ground cornmeal and cooked the exact same way. I guess it just depends on where you live…

  2. 2016-03-29 at 6:48 am

    If I were a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle, now I’d say “Kowabunga, dude!”

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