Wine Route in San Miguel de Allende
Along with the Pueblo Mágico (Magical Town) of Dolores Hidalgo, San Miguel de Allende is famous for being a wine-producing region. These destinations have joined forces, offering wine routes that include visits to at least five different vineyards, so that travelers can enjoy ecotourism.

One of these vineyards is the San Lucas Vineyard. Upon arrival, the architectural design will give you the impression that you’ve been transported to Tuscany, due to the white stone, arch-work, and tile roofs that emulate the houses and countryside of the said European region. In addition to wine tastings and a tour to learn about the wine-making process, which is a must, the winery offers a workshop in which you can enjoy learning about the benefits of lavender. Indeed, the property is surrounded by fields of this colorful, aromatic plant. As an added bonus, there is also a boutique hotel that boasts 16 rooms.

Hacienda San José Lavista is a luxury hotel with its very own vineyard. Reservations are necessary in order to visit the vineyard and wine cellar, as well as to top off your visit with a tasting of reds, whites, and rosés. This hacienda is also a popular setting for weddings since it is perched on top of a hill, overlooking San Miguel de Allende and the dam.

Your wine route itinerary must include Vinícola Toyán, just 10 minutes from the center of San Miguel de Allende. It specializes in organic wines, which are left to mature in a 46-foot deep wine cellar. Tours include a tasting of four wines, along with snacks made with local ingredients.
Wine Route in San Miguel de Allende

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Along with the Pueblo Mágico (Magical Town) of Dolores Hidalgo, San Miguel de Allende is famous for being a wine-producing region. These destinations have joined forces, offering wine routes that include visits to at least five different vineyards, so that travelers can enjoy ecotourism.

One of these vineyards is the San Lucas Vineyard. Upon arrival, the architectural design will give you the impression that you’ve been transported to Tuscany, due to the white stone, arch-work, and tile roofs that emulate the houses and countryside of the said European region. In addition to wine tastings and a tour to learn about the wine-making process, which is a must, the winery offers a workshop in which you can enjoy learning about the benefits of lavender. Indeed, the property is surrounded by fields of this colorful, aromatic plant. As an added bonus, there is also a boutique hotel that boasts 16 rooms.

Hacienda San José Lavista is a luxury hotel with its very own vineyard. Reservations are necessary in order to visit the vineyard and wine cellar, as well as to top off your visit with a tasting of reds, whites, and rosés. This hacienda is also a popular setting for weddings since it is perched on top of a hill, overlooking San Miguel de Allende and the dam.

Your wine route itinerary must include Vinícola Toyán, just 10 minutes from the center of San Miguel de Allende. It specializes in organic wines, which are left to mature in a 46-foot deep wine cellar. Tours include a tasting of four wines, along with snacks made with local ingredients.

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