Mexico Wine Country Photos
Your view from Las Rosas Hotel in Ensenada–our home base for Guadalupe Valley wine trips in Baja.
Most of the wineries in Guadalupe Valley have some sort of tasting room–they vary a lot. This is the entrance to F. Rubio on the north side of the valley.
A quick tour of F. Rubio–and a snack in their tasting room with delicious wines.
Guadalupe Valley is filled with vineyards, olive groves, and tasting rooms.
Wine tasting at Monte Xanic–delicious reds!
The Cab Franc and the Nebbiolo were tops at Misiones de California–and the Rancho Velsaco food was to die for!
Raul Velasco explains wine production over dinner and tasting of Misiones de California wines at Rancho Velasco.
The experienced wine making hands of Raul Velasco at Misiones de California wine.
Wine, food, conversation and learning the wine making process into the evening at Rancho Velasco.
The passion for wine is palpable with Raul Velasco and his family at Misiones de California winery
Your wine trip to Baja California will be an up close experience with the winemakers.
Some of the best moments are when the winemakers themselves uncork their treasures right in the wine caves–this is Guadalupe Valley!
One of our drive/guides in Baja wine country, Jonathan. This guy grew up in the vineyards, speaks great English, and is fun to travel with.
Sme of the Guadalupe Valley vineyards serve food or snacks–and the quality is usually superb.
Most of the vineyards are surrounded with rows of olive trees–and there is local olive oil produced.
Guadalupe wine country is for the most part simple and unpretentious–a bike, a dog and locals going on with village life.
Craft brews are produced around Baja wine country–this one is “Transpeninsular” .
A tasting overlooking Fratelli Pasini vineyards.
The vineyards vary from newer established ones like this to some of the original, now 20 or years old.
Our trips leave time to stroll the vineyards, villages and the streets of Ensenada.
Tasting and dinner at Corona de Valle wineries.
L A Cetto is one of the largest of the wineries in Guadalupe Valley–their aging barrels are signed by VIPs.
Dave and Debbie in wine country, Baja’s Guadalupe Valley. We travel each location in depth before offering trips.
The aging barrels at L A Cetto Winery in Baja California.
The vast aging room at L A Cetto.
A taste of some great Cabernet Sauvignon at L A Cetto in Mexico wine country.
The craft beer at Adobe Food Truck is a bit like Fin du Monde.
Leda our host at Adobe Guadalupe food truck–the best food we know in Guadalupe Valley wine country.
Salads, seafood, breads and of course wine at Adobe Guadalupe food truck in Baja wine country.