Architecturally AlXimia has a very unique look to it that is obviously influenced by it’s mathematician now winemaker Alvaro Alvarez. He has taken the local tradition to blend noble Italian and Spanish varietals, making a variety of non-traditional blends. Settled amongst the vineyards and known as the “Cathedral of Wine”, AlXimia is a wondrous structure that acts both as a working winery and tasting area. Alvarez and his crew prides themselves in both environmentally sustainable and delicious wines that represent the Valley of Guadalupe. Though all of AlXimia’s estate wines are reds, they also produce a white Viognier, (Baja, California), a soft pressed Grenache, (Blanc de Noir), and Grenache Rosé.
Varietals: Petit Verdot, Zinfandel, Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, Tempranillo, and Barbera.
Tasting Fee: Unknown
Reservation Required: Visiting groups. Requires appointment. The visit may be in English and French.
Address: Rancho de Las Lomas a la Cuesta del Tigre esq. con arroyo vecinal s/n Valle de Guadalupe.
Directions: Take the dirt road from Rancho Las Lomas a la Cuesta del Tigre, Valle de Guadalupe, Ensenada B.C
Phone: (646) 947 5256