Meet the largest and most important wine production area in Mexico, each winery tour given by the owners and winemakers. Ensenada produces about 90% of Mexican wine, besides being a city with an important take in the seafood industry, production and exportation quintessentially in the north of the country. Did you know that there is a daily flight from Tijuana to Tokyo to supply tunas to their seafood market? Also in Ensenada you can find clams and endemic oysters like the geoduck clam.

In the Guadalupe Valley and Ensenada you can find three of the best restaurants in Latin America according to St Pellegrino 50 best, we will visit two of them. As one of the most famous street stalls in the world, “La Guerrerense” has won the World Street Congress of Singapore for two consecutive years.

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Guadalupe Valley Enogastronomy Tour

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What is included

  • Lodging three nights at Hacienda Guadalupe Boutique Hotel in the Guadalupe Valley, Boutique Hotel La Villa del Valle, Boutique Hotel Adobe Guadalupe or Hotel Cuatro Cuatros.
  • Ground transportation Tijuana-Ensenada- Guadalupe Valley-Tijuana
  • Internal transfers with private chauffeur
  • Cooler with amenities during the trips
  • Guided tours with premium wine tasting in all wineries
  • Lunch in Puerto Nuevo with a drink (does not include spirits)
  • Pairing dinner in Laja (do not include distillates)
  • Breakfast at Hacienda Guadalupe
  • Food in Corazón de Tierra (does not include distillates)
  • Breakfast at Doña Esthela
  • Breakfast at La Guerrerense with fresh wines.

What is not included

  • Transfer from your home city to Tijuana
  • Transfers outside tour hours

Itinerary and Highlights

In rare and unpredictable event the itinerary schedule may change. Notwithstanding that  all the booked activities will be provided.

Day 1

Breakfast is served at the hotel. Dry meat with eggs, burritos, chilaquiles are a specialty. Afterwards there is a visit to Viñas de Garza, where there is a guided tour in the wine cellar and the vinyards, and a Premium wine tasting.

At noon, there is a visit to a winery that is built with inverted boats, where the history of the owners, the views and the wines make  it a magical place.

Without leaving the vineyard, the dinner is in Corazón de Tierra. Which cuisine is based in consuming and buying local products, and always respecting the product. An emblematic  place in the valley.

 

Day 2

Breakfast is served at the hotel. Dry meat with eggs, burritos, chilaquiles are a specialty. Afterwards there is a visit to Viñas de Garza, where there is a guided tour in the wine cellar and the vinyards, and a Premium wine tasting.

At noon, there is a visit to a winery that is built with inverted boats, where the history of the owners, the views and the wines make  it a magical place.

Without leaving the vineyard, the dinner is in Corazón de Tierra. Which cuisine is based in consuming and buying local products, and always respecting the product. An emblematic  place in the valley.

Day 3

The best place to have breakfast according to the American blog foodiehub. Tartan lamb, chilaquies, corn hotcakes

After having breakfast there is a visit to a biodynamic winery, that is to say that it follows a methodology of sustainability, work, naturalness and the lunar calendar. Here they will explain the differences with a conventional winery, as well as the process and the complexity of the project. The wine tasting will be in the roof garden.

Afterwards there is another visit to one of the first author wineries. The architecture, the view, the fermentation tank room tour, the barrels room, the aged wine cellar and the access to the private wine tasting room, make this visit a timeless memory. Then we will transfer to Ensenada’s downtown area, where there will be free time to visit the Cantina Hussongs, it has been running for over 120 years, there is also a craft beer bar Wendlandt, the seafood Black Market, and the famous Manzanilla Restaurant owned by the famous chefs Benito and Solange.

 

Day 4

Breakfast at “La Guerrerense”, paired with whites and rosees , perhaps the most famous Street stall in Mexico. Doña Sabina prepares, tostadas, cocktails, and clams with local seafood, homemade salsas and a Guerrerense touch.

Transfer to Tijuana’s International Airport and end of the enogastronomic trip.

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