Or in México:
01152 (661) 100 2076 Rosarito,
and 01152 (646) 156 5007 Ensenada
|Guadalupe Valley is
in the northern part of the State of Baja California , Baja
California's Wine Country is blessed with the ideal Mediterranean
climate for growing grapes. There are few microclimates in Mexico
that combine the unique characteristics of elevation, soil, seasons,
and temperature. And, of course, love for the art of winemaking.
Kiliwa and Kumiai native people originally settled this region of
Baja California. The Kumiai are still present in the communities of
San Antonio Nécua and San José de la Zorra. The first outsiders were
Spanish missionaries and settlers from other parts of Mexico ,
followed by immigrants from Russia and the rest of Europe . These
diverse influences contribute to the unique character of the Baja
California Wine Country.
valleys of Calafia, Guadalupe, and San Antonio de las Minas, make up
the heart of the Baja California Wine Country. Also important are
the Valleys of Santo Tomás and San Vicente Ferrer to the south, as
well as Valley De Las Palmas to the north.
Blanc, Colombard, Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay grapes are
cultivated primarily for making excellent white wines, while
Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Genache, Carignan,
Barbera, Nebbiolo and Zinfandel are used for making our award
Baja California's Wine Country offers a wide array of attractions,
which go from tiny family wineries to large-scale winemakers.
Gourmet restaurants located alongside family eateries, arts & crafts
centers and museums make for interesting visits.
B&Bs, campgrounds and RV Parks give the visitor the option of
staying in the heart of it all without straying far form the
Visitors to this region can enjoy an interesting getaway in a safe
and affordable place that is close to home. Baja California Wine
Country is the unique destination for fun or relaxation.