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All-Inclusive Wine Tour in Baja

Are you planning a getaway with a large group of friends, family, or colleagues? Look no further than Baja Vino’s all-inclusive wine tours in the breathtaking Valle de Guadalupe! Our tours are designed to offer you and your group an unforgettable day of wine tasting, gourmet dining, and luxurious relaxation.

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Savoring the Sea: Exploring the Fiesta de las Conchas y el Vino Nuevo in Ensenada

Nestled along the picturesque coastline of Baja California lies Ensenada, a charming city renowned for its vibrant culture, delectable seafood, and award-winning wines. Each year, Ensenada plays host to one of its most celebrated events, the Fiesta de las Conchas y el Vino Nuevo (Festival of Shells and New Wine), an extravaganza that embodies the essence of the region’s culinary and viticultural treasures.

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Evento de la Bota; Season 2

After spending some time in Baja it has come to my attention that Mexican’s love to organize great parties and events.  With the regions “La Vendimia” (harvest season) right around the corner my calendar is quickly filling with events that will be sure to keep my palate saturated dark red.  Continue Reading

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Decantos Vinicola

A day at Decantos winery can best be explained as “mind blowing”. At first glance, this place seems to be almost more on the commercial side as far as Mexico’s wineries go. However, this family run winery couldn’t be anything further from a commercial establishment. They simply just built it right!

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A day at Viñas de la Erre.

We spent a day at Vinas de la Erre tasting their exquisite wine and sampling food from the local food truck, Le Pinche Francés.  If you have not been to this winery then you will definitely need to make a stop during your next visit to Valle de Guadalupe.

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Is Mexico safe?

I travel down into Mexico on a weekly basis more or less and even after completing hundreds of trips I am still constantly asked by my friends the same question. “Is it safe down there?” My obvious answer is usually something like “well of course”. After going this many times I have become so comfortable that I’ve grown ignorant to the possible dangers. But is it even dangerous? Sure I’ve heard the tragic horror stories portrayed through the U.S. media but I have yet to experience anything worse than a simple $20 bribe from a police officer to keep an intoxicated friend who was driving from going to jail. But real actual danger? Not even close. In fact I feel safer south of the border than I do in my hometown of San Diego.

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