Posts Categorized: Valle de Guadalupe

Adobe Food Truck

Adobe Food Truck

By Jennifer Kramer www.bajatheothercalifornia.com While the beloved boutique bed & breakfast and winery Adobe Guadalupe has been a favorite of Valle de Guadalupe insiders for years, there was one always one drawback – its exclusivity. There was no public tasting room or restaurant, so anyone who wasn’t staying at the hotel couldn’t get farther than… Read more »

Cabañas CuatroCuatros

CuatroCuatros

By Caitlin Trimble Photos by Antonio Flores During the last week of October, I spent the weekend at Cabañas CuatroCuatros. Located eight miles away from Ensenada and 18 miles from the Guadalupe Valley, this concept resort is easily viewable from the road and stands out for its circular shaped vineyards, dotted with wooden sailboats used… Read more »

Las Nubes Winery

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By Jennifer Kramer www.bajatheothercalifornia.com Of the many times that I’ve been to the Valle de Guadalupe, I almost always end up Las Nubes winery. Friends from the U.S. are in town? Las Nubes. Taking down groups on tours for work? Las Nubes. Just an easy Sunday afternoon in the valley for fun? Las Nubes. It’s… Read more »

Museo de la Vid y el Vino

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If you’re spending the day in the Valle de Guadalupe, Guadalupe Valley, and want to learn more about the valley and the wine making process (or you’re looking for a non-drinking activity between visiting all of the wineries), don’t miss the new wine museum, el Museo de la Vid y el Vino. Tickets are $50… Read more »

Rancho Cortés

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By Jennifer Kramer www.bajatheothercalifornia.com While people are flocking to Baja’s Valle de Guadalupe for the burgeoning wine and foodie scene these days, one of the best and lesser-known spots in the valley isn’t one of the fancy wineries or acclaimed restaurants, but a humble farm. Rancho Cortes flies under the radar because of it’s unpolished… Read more »

Buen Provecho: Finca Altozano

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By Jennifer Kramer www.bajatheothercalifornia.com It’s no secret that Baja’s wine region, Valle De Guadalupe (Guadalupe Valley), has become a mecca for people seeking delectable wine and culinary excellence. Likened by many as the next Napa Valley, the region is rapidly growing into that title with a wealth of new boutique wineries and restaurants with acclaimed… Read more »

DBTC Gourmet Guadalupe Valley Wine Trip

We had another wonderful trip to the Valle de Guadalupe this past weekend. Complete with a trip to the museum, traditional Mexican lunch, wine tasting at the beautiful Las Nubes, more wine tasting at the exclusive Adobe Guadalupe, and a gourmet dinner with more wine at the delicious and wonderful Finca Altozano. Just another day in… Read more »

A Day in the Guadalupe Valley

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by Jennifer Kramer www.bajatheothercalifornia.com We spent another wonderful weekend in the Guadalupe Valley discovering more wineries and places to explore. We entered the Valley from the northern end, taking the Mexico 1 toll road south and turning onto the free road at La Mision to head inland. We passed through the beautiful countryside and turned… Read more »

Guadalupe Valley for Mother’s Day

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by Carol Kramer What a treat we had for Mother’s Day weekend this year.  We went down to our condo at La Jolla del Mar in Rosarito Beach with our daughter, Jen, and her boyfriend. Saturday night we went to dinner at Charly’s south of Rosarito. It had been recommended by several of our members. Decor… Read more »