Baja’s wine country is comprised of over 150 wineries over several valleys: Valle de Guadalupe, San Antonio de las Minas, Ojos Negros, Santo Tomás, San Vicente, La Grulla, Tanamá, Las Palmas y San Valentin. Explore a collection of dozens of wineries, a picturesque spot dotted with shops, inns and restaurants. Mexican wines are recognized internationally attributing 90% of the country’s wine production in Mexico to Baja California.
Anthony Bourdain referred to this region as ¨A Little Tuscany¨.
What you need to know:
- 2 million crates of wine are produced annually.
- Over 750 thousand visitors a year.
- Second favorite destination among Mexicans (SECTUR, 2016).
Restaurants at the Wine Country are characterized by the freshness of their ingredients, mostly direct from the garden, added to the catch of the day or meat. Most offer a country concept and other gourmet haute cuisine. There are several national and international awards for restaurants located on the route.
8 October, 2020
While communities across the globe practice social distancing and are making personal connections via video, you are never far from our hearts here in Ensenada.
5 October, 2020
The State of Baja California today announced it has been awarded the Safe Travels Stamp by the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC) in recognition of the health and hygiene protocols put in place by the state. This milestone marks one of the many ways Baja California is diligently working to begin safely welcoming visitors back to the region.
20 August, 2020
Facing the health contingency, the Baja California Provino Committee creates wine tourism protocols and begins the certification of "COVID-19-free work environments."
20 August, 2020
We know that you already miss going out and being able to visit the different places in the region, so here we share the protocols that will be carried out in the different wineries and restaurants of the renowned Wine Route so that your visit is safe.