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Vinicola Torres Alegre y Familia

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Vinicola Torres Alegre y Familia

38 Reviews
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Ejido El Porvenir Highway/Mex 2, Ensenada Municipality 22755 Mexico
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Live the Wine route, taste WORLDWIDE award-winning wines and their cuisine!
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Live the Wine route, taste WORLDWIDE award-winning wines and their cuisine!

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Personalized service, to guarantee you the best experience in `` The Capital of Mexican Wine ''. Where you can visit 4 of the main winemakers (those included in the tour are suggested, itinerary is open for modification) we have the experience and ability to guide you through the extensive Wine Route. Described by Anthony Bourdain as "A little Tuscan."<br>&#xa0;Delight your senses with world-renowned wines, delicious cuisine, all this framed by the beautiful landscapes and wonderful views that the Valley offers you.<br>&#xa0;
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Jose V wrote a review Nov 2019
Pico Rivera, California42 contributions38 helpful votes
Went to this winery based on prior raving reviews. Must say that I was disappointed. While the views are nice, the wine is sub par. Had the 3 reds, at 23 dollars per tasting. All 3 were bitter and quite young. The last one, the server informed us that it had a leathery taste and a manure bouquet. We thought he was joking. But no, he wasn't. We left the wines and left. Total disappointment. One and done.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Devyoung wrote a review Jan 2019
San Diego, California140 contributions34 helpful votes
We came here with family during an adventure to the valley, and this was our favorite stop. Great people, the great views, and (of course) the wine. Great view from the outside deck. This place is def worth a stop when you're exploring the area.
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Date of experience: November 2018
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cnaddy wrote a review Nov 2018
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We loved the ambiance here and the views and the wine. It seemed like everyone was really enjoying themselves the day we went. We loved the first tasting so much, we decided to add a second tasting of different wines. The Viko Blanco was fab as was the cru Grenache and the cru Syrah. We also had a cheese plate and stayed a while. The grounds are lovely and the staff is very friendly. Would highly recommend this place. Call for a reservation, it’s typically easier to get a res earlier in the day, especially on a weekend.
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Date of experience: November 2018
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Tom G wrote a review Aug 2018
San Diego, California165 contributions36 helpful votes
During two recent escapes to the Valle de Guadalupe, we discovered more sophisticated blends. Torres Alegre, which has the most expensive wines in the valley based on the work of a French-trained enologist, offered a rich 50-50 Chenin Blanc and Sauvignon Blanc called La Llave Blanca for $30. Torres Alegre also had our highest scoring wine of the visits, a 2006 La Llava Tinta for $50 featuring a blend of 80 percent Cabernet Franc and 20 percent Merlot, with two years in French oak. It had an older Bordeaux-style nose, bright fruit on the palate, balanced to big, with a long tight woody finish. Call a week or more in advance to schedule a tour and tasting.
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Date of experience: May 2018
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atl010684 wrote a review Jun 2018
Mexico City, Mexico161 contributions54 helpful votes
Had heard so many great reviews from this vinicola. Had to go several times to find it open. They usually open between 11:00 am and 12. It was so worth it! Had the best explanation on wines and their different offerings. Their wine is so different from others in Baja. Really high quality and a delightful learning experience.
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Date of experience: June 2018
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