Most people think of Tecate and tequila when they think of Mexico — certainly not wine. But the Valle de Guadalupe, just 90 miles south of San Diego in northern Baja, is a rustic wine destination that’s already being called the Napa of Mexico. We say it’s even better. The region is one of the fastest-growing wine destinations in the world, with some 150 wineries, yet it remains unfussy and relaxed — and every single winery offers a distinct experience. Sip a bright rosé at Vena Cava, a winery constructed from upcycled materials like 1960s fishing boats; sample nebbiolos at Montefiori, a winery...

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