Sabor & Vino – A Mexican Wine & Culinary Experience

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  My friend & I enjoyed the Mexi-best food walking tour. Dulce Vida Travel had the perfect itinerary, we tasted food from La Victoria taqueria they served us agua frescas and there famous orange sauce. Our favorite stop was the Mezcal, we tasted moles and empanadas. Another highlight was learning about the history of San Jose and the origins of Mexican food. This tour is perfect for friends night out or date night. I highly recommend!

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5/24/2019

 

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4 days & 3 Nights
Availability : Oct. 1 - Oct. 4 2021
San Diego Airport
Guadalupe de Valle
Min Age : 18
Max People : 20
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Mexico Has Its Own Wine Country—and It’s Amazing

Baja California, MX, Valle de Guadalupe, is only 90 minutes from the San Diego border, and is commonly compared to Napa Valley of the south. The wines of Valle de Guadalupe are fast becoming competitive with the best of the world. With more that 100 wineries, each with its own unique style, setting and history. Wine lovers can indulge in this experience with host, W. Scott Koenig, author of “7 Days in the Valle, Baja MX Country & Cuisine.

Guests will enjoy a 4 day/3 night stay at the Maglen Resort, located in the heart of “La Ruta de Vino” and farm  to table culinary experiences to include dinner at top rated, Drew Deckman’s “El Mogor” and breakfast at “La Cocina de Dona Esthela”. 

Baja Food & Wine expert;  W.Scott Koenig prepared the itinerary and will host the group, providing insights to each wine tasting experience.

Roundtrip airport transportation from San Diego Airport & Valle de Guadalupe tours included.

Valid Passport Required

Minimum of 2 bookings are accepted

Single Supplement $400 – Send an inquiry to request a single booking!

What to Expect - Valle de Guadalupe Wineries
 
The tour will include tastings & tours; following wineries:
 
Adobe Guadalupe:
Chilean winemaker Daniel Lonnberg produces a line of earthy reds, exemplary of the Valle de Guadalupe’s culture of blends. The winery also offers a crisp new world Chardonnay aged in stainless steel tanks. Unlike many of the area’s producers, only grapes grown on Adobe Guadalupe’s property are used in the creation of their wines.
 
Lechuza:
This small, family-owned winery has aged well in their single decade of operation to produce some of the Valle de Guadalupe’s finest boutique wines. Offerings range from hearty red mono-varietals to their award-winning Royal Rosé. Their Chardonnay, Amantes red blend and Nebbiolo can be found on the menu at Thomas Keller’s French Laundry.
 
Bodegas Magoni
Camilo Magoni is one of the Valle’s most renowned winemakers and began his career at L.A. Cetto, Mexico’s largest producer. He founded Bodegas Magoni to offer quality wines at affordable prices. Standouts are the Nebbiolo, which many consider the Valle’s “signature” grape, and their Manaz blend of Viognier and Fiano grapes, both varietals atypical of the Valle.
 
Alximia
Winemaker Alvaro Alvarez is a theoretical mathematician and applies a similar level of thoughtfulness to Alximia’s three lines: Elemental, featuring blends using typical Valle varietals; Helios, a pair of rosés, a wine becoming more popular in the region; and their award-winning Premium line, a Barbera mono-varietal, a rich red blend and their Talisman Viognier which is fermented in steel tanks.
 
Montefiori
Paolo Paolini brings his country’s winemaking expertise to the Valle de Guadalupe and planted vines imported from Italy and France. A champion of Nebbiolo, Paolo has commented “…the grapes here produces a wine that is darker, heavier and bolder than in Italy. “Bolder yet is Montefiori’s Nerone, and they are the only Valle winery currently producing this wine based on the Agliancio grape.  
 
 
Itinerary

Day 1 Oct. 1 Welcome Dinner at El Mogor

• Van Pickup at San Diego Airport
• Tijuana Taco Stop
• Check-in at Maglén Resort
• Welcome Dinner at Deckman’s El Mogor

Day 2 - Oct. 2 Wine TastingWine Tasting & Animalon Dinner

• Traditional Mexican Breakfast at La Cocina de Doña Esthela
• Wine Tasting and Tour at Monte Xanic
• Wine Tasting and Tour at Adobe Guadalupe
Wine Tasting and Tour Lechuza
• Dinner at Animalón

Day 3 Oct. 3 Wine TastingWine Tasting & Malva Dinner

• Breakfast at Hacienda Cortez
• Wine tasting & Tour at Alximia
• Wine Tasting & Tour at Montefiori
• Optional Valle Food & Wine Festival at Finca Altozano
Dinner Malva

Day 4 Oct. 4Good-Bye Breakfast & Creameria Los Globos

• Breakfast at Ha’Che/Maglen Resort
• Stop to buy cheese, wine, marmalade at Creameria Los Globos
• Arrive at US Border

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