About ten thousand hectares make up the Valle de Guadalupe, the famous wine route of Baja California. Extensive vineyards spread through the countryside that comprises the route between the cities of Ensenada and Tecate, where just over 70 producers generate 90% of Mexican wine.
Among the many tourist attractions in the area, you can visit from Tuesday to Sunday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., the Vine and Wine Museum located on kilometer 81 of the Tecate-Ensenada highway and where you can know the history of wine both in the world and in the region.
You can also get closer to the vineyards, both small producers and families and large producers. The experience includes the opportunity to taste and taste each of the excellent wines of the region, as well as contemplating the lavish landscapes of vines and olive trees. Of course, try the vast Baja California gastronomy.
Enter into the celebration of the August harvest, typical of the valley, in which in addition to the traditional tastings and dinners, a wide variety of contests, concerts, dances, and cultural events are offered. It should be noted that along the route there are endless hotel offers and camping areas, as well as haciendas and artisan areas.
You can even enjoy all these scenes offered by the wine route from a hot air balloon! or visit the famous Ensenada restaurants, famous for their extensive menu of fish and seafood.
Source: visitmexico.com, gastrorama.mx