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Bernal

Viniculture is one of the main agricultural activities in the central and semi-desertic valleys of Querétaro. As a result, the cheese and wine route that stretches from Tequisquiapan to Bernal -two of Querétaro's most picturesque Pueblos Mágicos- is a worthy destination.

If your point of departure is the Pueblo Mágico of Bernal, the first vineyard you'll find on the route will be Viñedos Azteca (Aztec Vineyards), which is located about 15 minutes from the monolith. They offer a walking tour where you can learn about the grapes' trajectory from the field to your glass, followed by a wine tasting at a spectacular hacienda. You can also decorate your own bottle.

Vinos San Juanito (San Juanito Wines) boasts incredible views of the Peña de Bernal. You will tour its vineyard in the company of the house sommelier, aboard a carriage drawn by an ATV. You will, without a doubt, be surprised to learn that one of its most exclusive wines is made with the Tinta de Bernal grape. You will also enjoy a guided tasting and, if you wish to extend your visit, there is a terrace that serves wood-fired pizzas. Additionally, there is an adapted manor that offers lodging.

Paso de Serra is another winery housed near the Peña de Bernal. You can have a family picnic of signature wines and sheep-milk cheeses in the garden, which is located in the middle of the vineyard. Moreover, they offer a VIP experience, which includes a barbecue or paella.

A must-see is Finca Sala Vivé by Freixenet, the most famous winery in the region. If you are a sparkling wine enthusiast, this will definitely be your favorite vineyard. You will no doubt fall in love with its 82-foot deep wine cellar.

Viniculture is one of the main agricultural activities in the central and semi-desertic valleys of Querétaro. As a result, the cheese and wine route that stretches from Tequisquiapan to Bernal -two of Querétaro's most picturesque Pueblos Mágicos- is a worthy destination.

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If your point of departure is the Pueblo Mágico of Bernal, the first vineyard you'll find on the route will be Viñedos Azteca (Aztec Vineyards), which is located about 15 minutes from the monolith. They offer a walking tour where you can learn about the grapes' trajectory from the field to your glass, followed by a wine tasting at a spectacular hacienda. You can also decorate your own bottle.

Vinos San Juanito (San Juanito Wines) boasts incredible views of the Peña de Bernal. You will tour its vineyard in the company of the house sommelier, aboard a carriage drawn by an ATV. You will, without a doubt, be surprised to learn that one of its most exclusive wines is made with the Tinta de Bernal grape. You will also enjoy a guided tasting and, if you wish to extend your visit, there is a terrace that serves wood-fired pizzas. Additionally, there is an adapted manor that offers lodging.

Paso de Serra is another winery housed near the Peña de Bernal. You can have a family picnic of signature wines and sheep-milk cheeses in the garden, which is located in the middle of the vineyard. Moreover, they offer a VIP experience, which includes a barbecue or paella.

A must-see is Finca Sala Vivé by Freixenet, the most famous winery in the region. If you are a sparkling wine enthusiast, this will definitely be your favorite vineyard. You will no doubt fall in love with its 82-foot deep wine cellar.

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