The Valle de Guadalupe Is Mexico's Wine Country That You Need to Be Visiting, Like, Yesterday
Only about two hours south of San Diego, the Valle de Guadalupe is one of the world’s hottest up-and-coming wine regions.
Sample the wine and the wow of Mexico's Guadalupe Valley, before the hordes descend
The Valle de Guadalupe in Baja California may just be the next Napa Valley. Go now; good wines are plentiful and the roads are uncrowded.
Baja, California Is Officially North America's Next Great Wine Country
Searching for North America's next great wine country? You'll find it right where most people aren't looking.
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A Perfect Weekend in Mexico’s Biggest and Best Wine Region
Mexico’s biggest and best wine region is a mere 90-minute drive from the California border. Yes, it’s still a bit rustic, but aren’t we over fussy tasting rooms? And it’s also a whole lot cheaper (and less predictable) than Napa. Here’s how to do it well in three easy days.
Visiting Baja Wine Country | Wine Spectator
Mexico is one of Latin America's oldest winemaking countries, but grapegrowing there has at times been a bumpy road. Catholic missionaries and conquistadores from Spain began cultivating grapes in the early 1500s, and land grant recipients in the colony we
Valle de Guadalupe: Mexico's Answer to Napa
Many Americans looking to explore Baja beeline to the beaches of Los Cabos. That's a shame, because Valle de Guadalupe, one of Baja’s true gems—and safer locales—lies to the north, striking distance from the California border.