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Museo de la vid y el vino

Carr. Fed.Tecate-Ensenada Km.81.371, Valle de Guadalupe, Mexico
+52 646 156 8165
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Guadalupe Valley Wine Route Tour in Baja California
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Carr. Fed.Tecate-Ensenada Km.81.371, Valle de Guadalupe, Mexico
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+52 646 156 8165
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Wanting to know more about the history of wine in Baja and the wine process, vineyard life cycle. This is place to go. Very nice set up with full video/audio presentations

Thank Arturo S
Reviewed April 30, 2017

OK, wine originated first in Europe, in Georgia, 6,000 years ago, then it was taken to Greece, Italy, Spain, etc. would you like to know more? visit this place. It is very modern, complete and educational. You can see the videos on how the wine...More

Thank Manuel_Bravo
Reviewed January 4, 2017 via mobile

The times we've been on the road to Ensenada we watched being built, so it was time to stop and take a look, it was finished. Once you go in your eyes are everywhere, so much to see. The only thing, pretty much it's all...More

Thank savorthewine
Reviewed December 30, 2016

We stopped by for a short visit. Request a brochure in English if you need one as the displays are all in Spanish. Loved the view and the grounds outside.

Thank LorAlves
Reviewed December 25, 2016 via mobile

This museum traces the history of the valley and wine making. It is nicely done and gives you a real sense of what is going on. The story of the Russians in the Valley was quite interesting. Also look at the garden outside and its...More

Thank Jerry N
Reviewed October 18, 2016

The building from the outside seems really big and grand. I was expecting more inside. There wasn't much in the way of actual content in the museum. Fortunately I am fluent in Spanish but several of my friends only speak/read English and all the content/writing...More

Thank saintba
Reviewed October 11, 2016 via mobile

Its a very nice and well kept Museum but it really needs to have information in English . They only have sings in Spanish but most of the visitors were americans

Thank Lidia C
Reviewed September 14, 2016

You may want to stop by and the walk the grounds to rest from all the wine tasting, but the museum is worth the price of admission. Wonderful history of wine, wine making, and they also offer wine tasting (but you get a better deal...More

Thank ZRtraveler
Reviewed September 13, 2016 via mobile

If you are looking for a perfect shot of the Valle, I would definitely recommend this place, just don't pay for admission (walk around towards the bar) and you will have a perfect place for that fantastic selfie with the vines and everything. Inside of...More

Thank Alejandro B
Reviewed September 4, 2016

Beautiful and modern museum about wine and wine country history. A few vendors selling items. Some interesting antique winemaking equipment on display.

Thank Kathy O
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