Meet the sacred spaces of Valle de Bravo
The wine region of Ensenada boasts over twenty-five thousand acres of vineyards, and has more than seventy wineries in its valleys. This is where ninety percent of the country's wines are produced.
VISIT THE VINE AND WINE MUSEUM
Here you will be able to learn about the history of Mexican wine. It begins with the arrival of the first European missionaries, the types of crops, the kinds of grapes, and the different forms of production, which lead to the vast universe of the unparalleled refreshment.
GO DEEP INTO THE WINE-MAKING REGION
Enter the extensive and undulating vineyards to familiarize yourself with both small family farms using artisanal processes and large-scale producers. Enjoy the landscape as it alternates between grape vines and olive trees. Experience a wine tasting accompanied by sophisticated dishes prepared with regional artisanal and organic products of the highest quality, including jams and jellies with exotic flavors.
ENJOY A HOT AIR BALLOON RIDE
Discover the radiant green of the valley from the air. See the beautiful and stately mission style ranches, craft centers, camping areas, and boutique hotels among the infinite rows of vines and olive groves that bathe in the freshness of the dawn mist, shine in the rays of the sun at midday, and twinkle like the stars at night.
THE GREAT GUADALUPE VALLEY PARTY
Celebrate the grape harvest parties in August along the route and participate in wine and gourmet food tastings, competitions, concerts, dances, cultural shows, and other events.
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