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Museo de la vid y el vino

Carr. Fed.Tecate-Ensenada Km.81.371, Valle de Guadalupe, Mexico
+52 646 156 8165
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Guadalupe Valley Wine Route Tour in Baja California
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Carr. Fed.Tecate-Ensenada Km.81.371, Valle de Guadalupe, Mexico
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+52 646 156 8165
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Reviewed 22 September 2017

Valle de Guadalupe is the "Napa Valley of Mexico" and in many respects it is better: less exploited and less crowded, generally less costly, and so much more genuine. This museum is almost the only attraction apart from all the vineyards and wine tastings offered...More

Thank TraderBo
Reviewed 22 September 2017

Very informative in terms of history, practices, and the evolution of wine making. Very cool to be a part of and learn from.

Thank TBSoCal71
Reviewed 29 August 2017

Very nice Museum of wine . Free parking. Stop by to get an over view of the History of the Valley and its begginings. All kinds of historical fotos...and devices of the time. Worth a 45 min peak.

Thank bajajulio
Reviewed 20 August 2017

I found the museum to be very interesting and definitely worth the inexpensive ticket. In the museum it explains the process behind wine making and the history of the Valle de Guadalupe. This was my first stop to a day filled with touring wineries and...More

Thank Cole S
Reviewed 8 August 2017

It seems a bit pretentious for what it has on display, much of it having nothing to do with the Valle.

Thank foredeckchick
Reviewed 28 June 2017

The Wine Museum is located in the heart of the Guadalupe Valley just across Highway #3 from the Hacienda Guadalupe. It's a fascinating 30-minute walking tour of where wine originated and how it came to the Guadalupe Valley. You'll never guess who first started making...More

Thank Tom H
Reviewed 26 June 2017

Set in a beautiful building with views across the Valle and its vineyards, the wine museum offers insight into the history of wine in the Valle, as well as wine in the world. We very much enjoyed the exhibit on the oldest wine traditions in...More

Thank Gale A
Reviewed 24 May 2017

Wanting to know more about the history of wine in Baja and the wine process, vineyard life cycle. This is place to go. Very nice set up with full video/audio presentations

Thank Arturo S
Reviewed 30 April 2017

OK, wine originated first in Europe, in Georgia, 6,000 years ago, then it was taken to Greece, Italy, Spain, etc. would you like to know more? visit this place. It is very modern, complete and educational. You can see the videos on how the wine...More

Thank Manuel_Bravo
Reviewed 5 January 2017 via mobile

The times we've been on the road to Ensenada we watched being built, so it was time to stop and take a look, it was finished. Once you go in your eyes are everywhere, so much to see. The only thing, pretty much it's all...More

Thank savorthewine
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