Mexico Makes List for Top 10 Wine Travel Destinations

Posted: January 31, 2014

Author: Jessica S.

The leading wine lifestyle magazine, Wine Enthusiast, recently released its top picks for this year’s must-visit wine destinations in its third annual travel issue. The issue showcases the editors’ favorite wine finds from around the globe and offers readers a unique insight into each destination’s distinctive culture. Profiles on the best places to stay and visit, where to dine and, most importantly, taste outstanding wines, transports Wine Enthusiast’s readers deep into each location.

This year, the magazine gave recognition to Mexico, highlighting Valle de Guadalupe in Baja California and included exclusive tips on the region. Executive Editor Susan Kostrzewa says, “This year’s list represents the best—and in some cases still unknown— places in which to marry a love of wine, food and culture right now.”

Valle de Guadalupe Wine Region is no secret to Journey Mexico. It has been producing incredible wines that have been gaining international recognition for decades. There are several wineries in the region that are worth checking out and in response, we’ve curated a great Mexico Wine and Cheese tour.  Not only does the itinerary include sampling Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Merlot, Zinfandel, Nebbiolo, Syrah, and Tempranillo wines, but also a visit to local ranch and cheese factory, a boat excursion to mussel farms, and dining at some of the area’s finest restaurants. The Valley of Guadalupe Wine & Cheese Tour is the perfect getaway for lovers of fine wine and delicious food hoping to eat, drink and live like a king on vacation!

To read the full profiles of the 10 Best Wine Travel Destinations for the year,  read it here. If you are interested in visiting the Baja California Wine Region, start planning here or contact a Journey Mexico travel planner for more information.

Vineyard and wine tasting at Casa de Doña Lupe

Vineyard and wine tasting at Casa de Doña Lupe

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