Museo de la vid y el vino

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Museo de la vid y el vino
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Mariela CF
5 contributions
You actually learn about wine and take awesome pictures!
Apr 2021 • Friends
A friend and I arrived at 11am and there were just a couple of people. We could read and see at our own pace all the history of wine, etc.
The view from the back of the museum is stunning. There is also a small souvenir and coffee shop. Bathrooms were clean.
Written April 28, 2021
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Yaron O
San Jose, CA48 contributions
Nice Museum - in Spanish only
Oct 2020 • Friends
Greeted by an arrogant supervisor explaining thay Museums in the USA are only in English and therefore this Museum is only in Spanish....

Don't waste your 50 pesos on this place.

While it is a beautiful exhibit it caters only to Spanish speaking/reading audience.

Written October 22, 2020
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Ernesto V
Carlsbad, CA35 contributions
El Valle de Guadalupe takes advantage of all
Oct 2020 • Couples
It's amazing to think that such a nice place has become what it has become. This is Mexico but it's as expensive as Napa Valley and some cases more expensive. Let's start with hotels. Hotels: in Mexico should cost between 50 and 100 dollars. At 100 dollars it should be a 5 star hotel. Wine: if you consider the cost of labor, land, storage, etc. A extremely good bottle should be about 10 to 15 dollars but most cheap bottles are over 20 and the good ones are close to 100. Food: the quality of the food in most restaurants is average to poor and again the cost I'd 4 to 5 times more then what it should cost. Weather: Again there is a total of one month in the fall and maybe 2 months in the spring when you can go with out either burning up over 120 degrees in the summer and below 20 degrees in the winter. The place is pretty in most cases look at the pictures. Now the hotels in Ensenada have taken notes from the valley so they are way too expensive but at least you can eat and drink at great prices and the food is 1000% better.
Written October 12, 2020
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Jnanayog
St. John's, Canada4,117 contributions
A VERY DEFINITE MUST Visit
Feb 2017 • Couples
If one wishes to have great Depth and Span on the History of wine,the uniqueness of the location and its place in the World of 'wine today " then this museum should be on your Bucket List. Superb Displays. Definitely one of The Best I have visited. Kudos to the designer and town.
Written October 16, 2019
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JLS
San Diego, CA29 contributions
An interesting place for wine-lovers
May 2019 • Couples
Our tour guide and driver was Antonio, email address Alanantonio08092017@gmail.com, and cell phone i011-52-1-646-144-0374.
On Saturday, after Antonio picked us up in his van from Tijuana border near San Ysidro, we drove to Gary's La Fonda restaurant on highway 1D. for lunch. Then we drove to Guadalupe Valley and Tres Valles and Vinisterra wineries. I wrote separate reviews on each of these wineries. Our last winery of the day was Vinas de Garza.
Saturday night we ate dinner at Laja restaurant. I wrote a separate review about this great restaurant.
Sunday morning Antonio picked us up from our Airbnb, and drove us to Hacienda Guadalupe restaurant for breakfasts. We next went to the Wine Museum. As wine makers/drinkers, we really enjoyed this museum. The facility is modern/beautiful. The displays are interesting, and include wine-related art. We especially enjoyed the display of various wine labels. We then went to the local Russian museum (OK), J.C. Bravo winery (OK), La Lomita (Great) and Vino de Piedra (Great) wineries. I wrote separate reviews for these last two wineries.
Before heading home, we had lunch at Finca Altozano restaurant. Lunch and the restaurant were great.
Written June 5, 2019
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Arun S
Stanford, CA126 contributions
Lovely museum depicting history of winemaking in the Guadalupe Valley
May 2019 • Couples
A must-see spot in the Guadalupe Valley, especially if you’ve even a remote interest in wines.

The descriptions on the exhibits are all in Spanish but they offer binders with English translations for most of the exhibits so it’s easy to follow. I also liked the fact that they had a section for Georgia- the cradle of enology, as it were
Written May 8, 2019
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sipoyapo
Santiago, Chile28 contributions
A Rip off !
Dec 2018 • Friends
There is nothing to see ! The place is EMPTY !!! Not a single item on display... Even the small (and I guess uneventful) coffee shop was closed! You will learn that wine comes Georgia... but for such an information, wikipedia will have save you the 50 pesos entrance fee!
Written December 27, 2018
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Carmelita_Mx
San Miguel De Allende, Mexico60 contributions
Interesting
Nov 2018 • Couples
It's worth the visit in order to know more about wine: its origins, how it is made, the history in Valle de Guadalupe, etc.
Written December 4, 2018
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Arlene G
Las Vegas, NV10 contributions
AWESOME!
Mar 2018 • Family
Whats better than wine tasting and sight-seeing? Getting to know the history of the wine you're tasting and the land you're seeing!

This museum is beautiful and has awesome views as well. A must go!
Written November 19, 2018
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mafjord
27 contributions
Great Overview of wine history
Feb 2018
We stopped in on a whim - just to see what was in the museum and were quite pleasantly surprised. I highly recommend at least a quick in this walk through time. It shed light on the history of wine and then history of wine making in the Valley. Definitely worth the stop in!
Written November 6, 2018
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