Are you looking for the perfect getaway, but only have a short time to do it? Well, look no further! This heavenly paradise is only 1.5 hours from San Diego, and your All Star Van will get your there quickly and safely.
Valle de Guadalupe offers you a broad spectrum of things to enjoy, like its expansive history, amazing food, and a unique sense of culture.
Did we mention it also offers wine?
In fact, there are currently around 120 wineries, many of them certified organic and family-owned. So how do you pick?
Well, not to fret, we’ve come up with a unique “top 3” list for you. Something old, something new, and something peculiar.
1.The oldest winery
The oldest and most renowned winery that you can find in Valle De Guadalupe is the Monte Xanic. This pioneering winery has driven the premium wine industry in Mexico for over 20 years.
The name Xanic means “flower that is born after the first rain”. This comes from the Cora Indians, who still inhabit regions of Nayarit.
Monte Xanic produces Gran Ricardo, Limited Editions, Monte Xanic and Monte Xanic Calixa, which have culmutaviley won over 260 medals.
2.The best winery
According to our pals over at TripAdvisor, Casa Magoni is the top rated winery to visit in Valle de Guadalupe.
Until 2013, Casa Magoni only produced their wines for friends and family. Once they decided to commercialize, they knew that they wanted to offer the highest quality possible. All their wines are vinified exclusively with their own homegrown grapes, ensuring notability.
They have now vinified more than 70 commercial varieties, using techniques like cold maceration, open tanks, varying yeats, and delestaging, mixed with traditional and old-missionary winemaking.
They offer Manax, Chardonnay, Rose, Sangiovese Cabernet, Origen 43, Merlot Malbec, Nebbiolo, Olio Magoni, and Balsamico Begoni.
3. The most peculiar winery
Vena Cava is definitely the most unique winery in Valle de Guadalupe if not one of the most unique in the world.
Founded in 2005, this organic vineyard is entirely comprised of recycled materials, giving them new life an purpose and minimizing the impact on the earth.
In fact, all the ceilings are old boats!
Vena Cava, creates a variety of elegant, old world, red wines which are mixed with the fruitiness and vitality that encompasses our new world. These wines are prepared using a barrel fermentation and natural winemaking methods, without pesticides or artificial fertilizers.
They produce Espumoso, Cabernet Sauvignon, Tempranillo, and a Big Blend.
Bonus: Museo del la Vid y El Vino
This gorgeous museum will inform you on all aspects involved in creating the perfect wine. For example how the natural elements may be influential to the quality.
You will get a complete breakdown from the very beginnings of wine production to how it is made now.
So don’t hesitate and book yourself a small, stress free getaway to Mexico with a comfortable All Star Van. Did we mention that all insurances are included in your rental? This will give you full opportunity to relax with a peace of mind that all your belongings and you are completely covered.