Decantos Vineyard and has an amazing view of valley and nice wines

Valle de Guadalupe in Baja California is being called the ‘Napa Valley’ of Mexico which is a short drive from home, I venture this direction frequently with my other half.  We enjoy the scenery as it it reminds us of the areas we used to live at in the US, plus the architecture, food and the wine (this part is me only as he doesn’t care for wine) are amazing.  We have barely touched this area as to places to visit with over 120 wineries and growing just in this valley along with the amazing restaurants, olive production along with other organic produce and nurseries.  So far we have enjoyed all the places we have been, bought wine, food, local pressed olive oils, salsas, marmalade, plants, pottery and etc.

 

Vena Cava has some unique architecture and good tacos     

 

 

 

 

 

 

El Cielo Valle de Guadalupe offers a tour including video with the wine tasting along with a sovereign glass

 

Adobe Guadalupe has a beautiful building with amazing metal art and food truck, forgot food and winery pics but next time..nice wines

 

 

 

 

 

Vinos Pijoan is one of my favorite places so far as I could go anytime and just chill.  One reason this is a favorite of mine is the boutique wines named after the daughter’s and mother which reminds me of a cousin who has brew’s with another cousin and a friend.  They came up with idea as the visited one day, discussing how they were going to be able to pay for seven daughters weddings between the three of them, Seven Brides Brewing came about with the brews named after the girls.

                      

   

 

You can follow the highlighted topic on Mexican Wines for some history.

 

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