Home to one of the best grape growing climates in the world, it’s no wonder why there’s such a vast amount of wineries in Baja California.
Many have called Valle de Guadalupe “Mexico’s answer to Napa Valley.” In fact, the area is bigger than Napa and it accounts for 90 percent of the wine produced in Mexico.
If you enjoy a dinner out at one of the many restaurants in Rosarito Beach and choose to pair your meal with a glass of wine, chances are it was produced just a short drive away in the valley.
With lots of great restaurants and wineries to peruse from, a visit to the region can make for a delightful day trip.
The Valle De Guadalupe is about 70 miles south from the San Diego/Tijuana border.
Here are a few of the best wineries to see in the Guadeloupe Valley!
The natural beauty of the vineyards at Baron Balche is truly stunning. But not as stunning as the amazing wine they produce. Visit their website here to learn more about their wine selections.
Bibayoff has been creating award-winning wine for decades. It’s a great spot to take that special someone on a romantic daytrip. Bibayoff is the only winery in Mexico with Russian heritage. In 1903, 50 russian immigrants brought special grape-cuttings from Europe.
Learn more about the property here.
This historic winery is the oldest in Baja California. A main part of any visit to Bodegas De Santo Tomas is a trip to the machinery room to watch how the wine is made. Also available is a wine tasting in the Red Wine Lounge.
In addition to wine tasting and winery tours, Valle de Guadeloupe offers fantastic dining and shopping opportunities.
A visit to one winery is guaranteed to make your visit to Baja California a memorable one. Start planning your trip today.
Search the full list of Baja California wineries here.
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