Welcome to your guide to exploring Mexico’s wine country: the Valle de Guadalupe.
This small wine region founded by Dominican missionaries in the 1830s has become one of the world’s most exciting up and coming wine regions. While the first commercial winery opened in 1888, the region really began to take off in the last 20 years. Still a small community of several dozen wineries (and counting!), some compare the Valle de Guadalupe to the early days in Napa. We see the region as distinct and fresh – with split personalities that draw upon Napa, Tuscany, and the Mexico City! It’s allure extends far beyond its wines, to the farm-to-table ‘campestre’ cuisine, it’s relationship with a difficult mother nature, the entrepreneurship of its inhabitants and the rocky dessert mountains that border the valley.
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