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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.
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...More
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...More
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...More
A very cool tasting room right smack in the middle of the vineyards in the Valle de Gaudalupe. Family owned and run, so friendly, great place upstairs, open air but covered for having some good wine and hanging out. Highly recomment this winery.
My husband and I️ adore this winery! It is a must stop any time we are in the area. The wine is top notch and location is cozy. We love that it is proudly family owned. It is so clear that they put so much...More
This is gem of a wine. The owner is the only one in the VALLE that has a PhD in wine making from France. Small tasting room but comfortable. They also have a deli / food setup on the back portion of the building. On...More
This was the third winery that we stopped at on a tour with Baja Test Kitchen. The benefit of taking a tour like this is that you get to visit wineries that might otherwise be off of your radar, and Torres Alegre was such an...More
As I understand it, there are complications involving shipping from Mexico directly to consumers. A better approach is to find a wine merchant in California specializing in Baja wines and purchase from them. Several show up... More
As I understand it, there are complications involving shipping from Mexico directly to consumers. A better approach is to find a wine merchant in California specializing in Baja wines and purchase from them. Several show up on a Google search. One I've used is Truly Fine Wines in San Diego.