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Valle de las Palmas

Baja California

To get to the road to the Guadalupe Valley, after leaving behind the city of Tecate, you will go through the Valle de las Palmas, a division that is the antechamber to the mexican Wine Route where more than 70 cellars produce 90% of the Mexican wines.

The so called Wine Route includes the Guadalupe Valley, the valleis of San Antonio, Ojos Negros, Santo Tomás, San Vicente, La Grulla, Tanama, Las Palmas and San Valentín.

The mediterranean microclimate of the zone has been compared with the one in some corners of the French southwest with an outstanding wine tradition. It is also similar to the Napa Valley, in California, United States.

What are the best cellars to visit once in the Wine Route? It actually depend on the individual tastes of each traveler. There are important Wine Houses and small wine boutiques that will charm you with its handcraft atmosphere.

However, all the tours must include a stop at the Vine and Wine Museum. You can also take a look to the Comunitary Russian Museum at the Francisco Zarco town. Here you will learn about the story of the Rusian immigrants that started the wine tradition in Mexico

To get to the road to the Guadalupe Valley, after leaving behind the city of Tecate, you will go through the Valle de las Palmas, a division that is the antechamber to the mexican Wine Route where more than 70 cellars produce 90% of the Mexican wines.

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The so called Wine Route includes the Guadalupe Valley, the valleis of San Antonio, Ojos Negros, Santo Tomás, San Vicente, La Grulla, Tanama, Las Palmas and San Valentín.

The mediterranean microclimate of the zone has been compared with the one in some corners of the French southwest with an outstanding wine tradition. It is also similar to the Napa Valley, in California, United States.

What are the best cellars to visit once in the Wine Route? It actually depend on the individual tastes of each traveler. There are important Wine Houses and small wine boutiques that will charm you with its handcraft atmosphere.

However, all the tours must include a stop at the Vine and Wine Museum. You can also take a look to the Comunitary Russian Museum at the Francisco Zarco town. Here you will learn about the story of the Rusian immigrants that started the wine tradition in Mexico

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