19 Jul 2019 Mexico: Grape Escape in Valle de Guadalupe
A unique and exclusive experience for high-end incentive groups venturing off to Mexico.
Some call Mexico’s Valle de Guadalupe, in Baja California, the new Napa – but a tour of its wineries, hotels and restaurants shows that it is very much its own place.
A couple of hours from downtown San Diego, just across the Mexican border, lies the Valle de Guadalupe, a place of green valleys and boulder-covered hills.
Its dry, hot summers and cooler, damper winters, combined with porous soil and cooling sea breezes, are ideal for growing grapes. This northern end of the Baja California peninsula is, in fact, one of the New World’s oldest wine-growing areas.
A glimpse of the experience
Encuentro Guadalupe, a luxury glamping boutique hotel, built in the middle of the cliffs facing the vineyards and the valley.
Campera: Spend the night in the middle of the vineyards inside a plastic luxury bubble, a different way to do camping
El Cielo: a five star luxury hotel with villas facing the vineyards
Mexico is well-known for its amazing cuisine, well this emerging destination is not the exception, “form the farm to the table “ is the concept of every single restaurant in Valle de Guadalupe, meaning that all the ingredients are fresh and locally produced.
Finca Altonzano, Deckman’s Mogor, Bar Bura, La Cocina de Doña Estela, La Guerrerense, are some of the famous establishments to have an amazing organic meal.
A private helicopter tour around the valley that descends close to a vineyard where several horses awaits to ride you around the property to discover the amazing local wine cellars where a private wine tasting activity takes place with a unique paring of cheeses and local preps.
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