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You will see the Pyramids on the hill and you must stop. The beauty and energy of this amazing location is intoxicating. The wine is some of the best we had in Baja.
A Valle de Guadalupe must see! Clos De Tres Cantos is another...More
We really enjoyed our very first wine tasting here with the help of Elisa, the very friendly and knowledgeable host. We found CdTC on a whim after reviewing a map found in a nearby cafe; the listed price on the third party map was $150...More
Went to the winery on a tour from Ensenada. This is our 5th tour. The wines were decent but we were shocked we had to pay for tastings even though we bought multiple bottles of wine. And on top of it all they asked if...More
It is a must to visit this place
Specially if you are into architecture and design
It is a small winery but with super friendly staff
Took the tour thought their process rooms
At the end we had our wine tasting with a cheese...More
The architecture of the place is unique and very organic. The hostess Eliza was very informative an de made our wine tasting experience a wonderful one. We got to walk around and explore the place. The wine is fresh and tasty. The bottles themselves have...More
It is very difficult to judge bad wine to a god wine because a large difference of taste, but this is my experience.
I been at Clos De tres Cantos five times first time I tray a descent wine tasting includes one calls”Nada” the other...More
A monastery like environment. Maria Benitez, the cofounder and the owner spouse will delight you with the history of the place. Great host! Cool without the need of any air conditioning unit. A nice family setting but mainly for adult costumers. They will serve you...More
I found their architecture very interesting as well as their wines this place has its own character different from everything else at the valley. Their staff (which unfortunately don't remember their names) was amazing and provided us with very interesting and off the beaten path...More