To visit the vineyards of Valle de Guadalupe is to immerse yourself in the greenery of the vines, the color of the bunches of grapes, the majesty of the barrels and the pleasure of the tastings.

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The Best Vineyards in Valle de Guadalupe

We invite you to discover our selection of the 22 best vineyards in the valley.

1. L.A. Cetto


The history of LA Cetto began in 1928 when Don Angelo Cetto, convinced that the Baja California terroir was good for grapes and wine, began the construction of his dream of building a winery in Valle de Guadalupe. Currently the company is in the hands of the third generation of the Cetto family and has 10 lines of wines that include whites, reds, reserves, sparkling, fortified and distilled. They have cavas-boutiques in the Valley, Tijuana, Ensenada and Mexico City

LA Cetto offers three tasting tour options: the Traditional, which includes 4 regular wines; the Reserva, with 4 wines from the Reserva Privada and Don Luis lines; and the Premium, open to the desire of the public. The tours during the harvest include the collection, transport, unloading and pressing of the grapes. Any time of the year is good to admire its long-lived barrels and for a tasting well paired with the artisanal delicacies made in the valley.

LA Cetto is one of the wineries with the longest tradition in Valle de Guadalupe, already accumulating 9 decades of experience, after Don Angelo Cetto undertook in 1928 the adventure, both arduous and romantic, of extracting good grapes from his Baja California terroir.

Currently the house has 1,200 hectares of vineyards and one of the widest offers in the country with a dozen lines that include labels on all types of wines, including fortified and sparkling.

One of its great wines is Terra Don Luis Selección Privada, the result of a blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Petit Verdot, Merlot and Malbec.

This wine is pampered for 24 months and has an intense ruby ​​colour, is well balanced and has a firm body, with a long persistence on the palate.

Read our ultimate guide to LA Cetto

2. Mount Xanic


Monte Xanic ‘s inaugural vintage of 6,200 cases of Chenin Colombard was put up for sale in 1989. Today the house stands at 50,000 cases a year distributed across 4 brands – Gran Ricardo, Ediciones Limitadas, Monte Xanic and Calixa – with a total of 16 labels. In its 3 decades of existence, Monte Xanic has experienced stellar moments, such as the signing of the Free Trade Agreement, in which its 1989 Chardonnay was uncorked, and the dinner with Pope John Paul II, in which its Ultra Premium was served. Gran Ricardo, the first Mexican wine in this category.

Visitors to Monte Xanic start the day in the tasting room, where they are welcomed. At harvest time, the tour begins in the fermentation room, where the grapes are received, macerated and sent to fermentation in stainless steel tanks. The wine cellar shows the history of the different vintages and the private collection of the winery. Then, in the storage room you can see the bottling and labeling, and then it’s time to admire the aging barrels that are inside the mountain, between natural rock walls. The experience ends with an uncorking.

This Guadalupe winery began corking bottles at the end of the 1980s and is currently selling 50,000 cases of excellent wines in 4 lines: Gran Ricardo, Ediciones Limitadas, Monte Xanic and Calixa.

His Gran Ricardo Ultra Premium was tasted by St. John Paul II when he visited Mexico in 1989, this being the first Mexican wine to achieve the supreme appellation.

Monte Xanic offers a charming tour that begins in the vineyard, continues to the processing, aging and packaging facilities, and ends with a corkage.

Another of its great stars is the Monte Xanic Cabernet Franc 2014, a combination of the Cabernet Franc and Merlot varietals. It is cherry red in color, with aromas of ripe red fruits, spices, slate and wood, with good persistence on the palate and firm tannins.

Read our ultimate guide to learn more about Mount Xanic.

3. Adobe Guadeloupe

Wine companies have a marked family profile in which the children normally continue the work of the parents in the vineyard and in the aging of the wines. Adversity wanted that in Adobe Guadalupe it was the parents who materialized the dream conceived by the tragically deceased son.

Arlo was a young man in his twenties who dreamed of being a winemaker and after his death, his parents, True and Donald Miller, set out to honor his memory and developed the Adobe Guadalupe winery.

Planting began in 1998 and in 2001 was the first harvest. The project also has a boutique hotel nestled in the beauty of the landscape.

The house wines are named after archangels, such as Gabriel, Miguel and Uriel, and their semi-artisanal production, which does not reach 10,000 cases a year, is so eagerly awaited that part of it is already sold before it is released on the market.

4. Las Nubes Winery and Vineyards


The Las Nubes vineyard , currently 30 hectares, started with a 12-hectare plantation in 2009 and currently produces grapes for 6 wines. The Kuiiy is a white made with Sauvignon blanc and Chardonnay grapes, with a clean and fruity aroma, and a dry and pleasant taste, good to accompany shellfish and shellfish. The Jaak is a rosé with shades of straw yellow and greenish; It has an open and elegant bouquet, recommended for shellfish, such as clams and oysters. The Nebbiolo is plum red in color, with a bouquet of ripe fruit and wet earth, and excellent body, recommended for pairing with intensely flavored meats and cheeses.

The walk through the Bodegas y Viñedos Las Nubes is guided by the winemaker and the tasting takes place on a comfortable terrace from which there is a beautiful view of the surrounding landscape. They are located in the ejido El Porvenir del Valle de Guadalupe.

Las Nubes is another young Guadalupano project that in just a few years has managed to carve out a space for itself in the competitive world of high-end wines from the Baja California valley.

They began the plantation in 2009 with 12 hectares and later they have added another 18, vineyards with which they make 6 wines in the 3 colors, the most representative being Kuiiy, Jaak and Nebbiolo.

The Nebbiolo red offers a firm plum red color to the eyes and leaves aromas of ripe fruit and wet earth on the nose, being an excellent companion for strong meats and cheeses.

The house rosé is Jaak, an elegant wine that pairs splendidly with shellfish. The Kuiiy is a fruity white made from Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay, dry and pleasant on the palate.

If you want to read the definitive guide to this vineyard, click here .

5. Baron Balche


This house located in the El Porvenir ejido converts its grapes into three product lines. The Joven line, with 3 labels, includes the Siis Clarette 2013, a light and fruity red wine, fresh and elegant on the nose, good to accompany hors d’oeuvres, soft cheeses and seafood. In the Medium line, the Reserva Especial 2010 stands out, aged for 30 months in barrels, with an intense red color and a fruity bouquet, ideal for lamb and not very strong cheeses. Balche 2012 Vintage 2009 is a violet-red Premium red wine with a complex nose, with notes of currant and plums, excellent for pairing with meats rich in fat and smoked foods.

During the Harvest Festival, which takes place in August in Valle de Guadalupe, Barón Blanché organizes several special events, including a party with a nationally renowned orchestra.

If you want to enjoy some great Grape Harvest Festivals in Valle de Guadalupe, which are held in August, you should dedicate several days of your time to Barón Balché, since his program of events is one of the most varied.

They have a beautiful vineyard and wines in the Joven, Media and Premium lines. The current star of the house is the Balché 2012 Premium, a red wine made with Syrah grapes that offers aromas of plums, currants and cocoa on the nose, unctuous on the palate and with an extraordinary balance between acidity, tannins and alcohol.

In the Young line, we must mention the Siis Clarette 2013, a fresh, fruity and elegant red. The Reserva Especial 2010, belonging to the Medium line, spends 30 months in barrels and is intense red in color with a fruity aroma.

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6. Santo Tomas Winery

Spanish Jesuit missionaries arrived in Baja California at the end of the 17th century and almost a hundred years later the Dominicans founded the Santo Tomás Mission, where they planted 2,000 vines and 100 olive trees. Bodega de Santo Tomás, heir to the pioneering winemaking tradition in Valle de Guadalupe, was founded in 1888.

Santo Tomás continues to make history as the oldest winery in the region and the one that produces some of the most appreciated wines.

The winery has the Proyecto Kumiai line, in which it offers the Vultus, Furvus and Yago labels, and the Premium line, which has the Duetto and Único seals. A third line is Leyenda, with the Pitxos and Kanté brands.

The house has maintained the tradition of producing wines and olive oil, and you can buy their broths and extra virgin oils in the online store, which also offers excellent chocolates for pairing.

7. Heaven

A concept that has been developed in Valle de Guadalupe with great success is that of harmonizing vineyard, winemaking, restaurant and organic orchard in a single undertaking. El Cielo is one of these vertically integrated projects that reaches its climax when you sit down in the restaurant to pair a house wine with an exquisite meal that includes fresh produce from the nearby orchard.

To continue in harmony, El Cielo has 3 lines of wines whose denominations are set to music with the name of the winery: Astronomos, Constelaciones and Astros.

The names of the labels are taken from mythological and real characters linked to the universe, such as Perseus, Orion, Copernicus, Halley and Galileo.

The Perseus wine, one of the favorites of the house, comes from a 70/30 blend of Nebbiolo and Sangiovese and resides for two years in new French oak barrels. It is a firm red color with violet brushstrokes and is fruity on the nose and in the mouth.

Read our El Cielo Vineyard guide

8. Alximia Vinicola

The Alximia family vineyard is located at Km. 3 of the road to Tigre in the Valle de Guadalupe. They harvest Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, Tempranillo and Barbera grapes, and acquire other varieties in the local market to complete their vinification requirements. Their first vintage was made in 2005, producing a small batch of 20 cases of their inaugural wines, AlXimia Cabernet and AlXimia Cabernet-Merlot.

One of the attractions of the Alximia house is the circular shape of the production building, a design that allows for great fluidity in the process. The building was conceived as a manufacturing line and as a space to promote wine culture. Visitors can learn about the entire grape circuit from the vineyard to fermentation and aging in oak barrels. They offer an Elemental line of wines with 4 labels (Aqua, Libis, Senda and Gaia), another Premium with 3 (the reds Pira and Magma, and the white Talismán), as well as two regular whites (Helios and Talismán) and a rosé ( Helios Rose).


It is another young enterprise that made its first harvest in 2005 from a vineyard where they planted Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, Tempranillo and Barbera, completing with grapes purchased from other local producers.

It is a winery that enchants admirers of industrial architecture due to the circular shape of its building. Aside from the eye-pleasing curved bodies, the circular design lends great fluidity to the production process.

In their Elemental line they have 4 labels and in their Premium line they offer 3 labels, highlighting the Pira and Magma reds. In addition, they cork the whites Helios and Talismán and the rosé Helios Rosé.

Alximia Vinícola attaches particular importance to the wine education of its visitors, who receive in its vineyards and facilities a tour that is both instructive and entertaining through the ancient culture of wine.

9. Xecue Winery


Xecue is a word of Kiwi origin that means “love”, a feeling that the couple who owns the winery lavishes on the vineyards, grapes, winery and wines. The Traditional line of Xecue has two labels, the Cabernet Sauvignon Xecue 2010 and the Merlot Xecue 2010. In the Premium line they offer the Reserva Xecue 2007 and they also have the Relato Mexicano 2011, a young wine; and the pink Grenache.

In the tasting room, Xecue has for sale artisanal regional products such as honey, olive oil, cheeses and bread. Vinícola Xecue is located at Km. 89 of the Tecate – Ensenada highway.

Xecue is a Guadalupan winery whose founding couple, Alberta and José Luis, raise good wines and exude love and good taste. Precisely, the word “Xecue” is a term of Kiwi origin that means “love”

The vineyards, grapes and processing facilities are treated with the utmost care to produce excellent wines in its Traditional and Premium lines.

The house’s Traditional series offers the Sauvignon Xecue 2010 and Merlot Xecue 2010 labels. The Reserva Xecue 2007 is a Premium wine that is the pride of the winery, which also has the Grenache rosé and the young wine Relato Mexicano 2011.

Xecue has a cozy store where it sells its wines at very convenient prices, also offering some typical handmade products, such as olive oil, cheese, bread and honey.

10. Solar Fortune


The quality of the water is fundamental for the management of a vineyard and the one that is available in La Cañada de Guadalupe of the Francisco Sarco ejido, where Solar Fortún is located, is low in mineral salts, ideal for harvesting an excellent grape for wine. The vines of the Solar Fortún vineyard come from the French Mercier nursery in the Napa Valley, a Californian territory with excellent varietals.

The house’s Premium wine is the Noble Cru, a garnet red wine with the aroma of blackberries, which on the palate is reminiscent of ripe figs, with a very persistent finish. The O Positivo is violet and purple in color, with a bouquet of black fruits and notes of plum and blackberry on the palate. Solar Fortún also offers its spaces for weddings and events.

This winery was founded by Alberto López, a physicist and astronomer by profession and winemaker by vocation. Dr. Alberto decided in 2007 to undertake a project in which he would leave his personal footprints and the result was Solar Fortún, in La Cañada de Guadalupe of the Francisco Sarco ejido.

Vines from Mercier, a French nursery in the Napa Valley, were planted, and Californian heritage grapes have produced excellent nectars, such as the Noble Cru, the winery’s Premium wine.

The Noble Cru wine is garnet red in color and makes itself felt on the nose with a presence of blackberries, while on the palate it evokes the taste of ripe figs, with a long finish.

Another red wine from the house is O Positivo, violet and purple in color, with the aroma of black fruits and the taste of plums and blackberries.

11. Heron Vines


The Garza couple inaugurated the vinification in 2006, so it is a project in full development. The vineyard currently has 14 hectares, of which 9 are in production. His bottles have 9 labels. The Blanco del Rancho Mogorcito is a fresh wine with excellent expression on the nose and mouth. The one that is marketed with the curious name of 2 Km/h is a red plum broth with a powerful aroma, and a dry and pleasantly acid taste. The star of the house is the Gran Amado, a red wine with violet hues, of extraordinary olfactory and taste power, with a long-lasting flavor.

Tastings at Viñas de Garza can be by appointment, and include personalized attention, a visit to the facilities and uncorking of Premium wines. They also accept tasting tours without an appointment.

The Garza couple have 9 labels on the market after starting vinification in 2006, from a vineyard that currently has 14 hectares.

The great calling card of the Guadalupe winery is Gran Amado, a red wine with hints of violet, great balance and strength on the nose and in the mouth, leaving its mark on the palate for a long time.

Another red from the winery has the peculiar name of 2 Km/h, a plum-red wine with a firm bouquet, which leaves a dry taste and pleasant acidity in the mouth.

The house white, Rancho Mogorcito, is a fresh wine that expresses itself correctly both on the nose and on the palate.

Viñas de Garza has tastings with and without an appointment, in which visitors can enjoy their best wines and get to know the vineyard and the facilities with personalized attention.

12. Palafox


This vineyard is located in the heart of the old Ensenada Wine Route. After several decades of craftsmanship, in 1997 Palafox undertook an ambitious wine project, planting noble grapes and installing an underground cellar. The current plantation is 40 hectares and 8 varieties. They offer 4 labels: Tribute, Pioneer, Querqus Blanco and Querqus Rosado. Tributo is a clean and bright cherry red, with the aroma of very ripe fruit; dense, balanced and with a long finish. Pionero is a red with purple rims, with aromas of cherries and very fresh in the mouth.

Palafox has two types of tastings: 2 wines and 4 wines, and they organize picnics for groups of at least 10 people. They attend weekends without prior appointment. Visits on weekdays must be reserved and of more than 6 people.

Palafox produced artisanal wines until the late 1990s, when he decided to go big with an expansion of vineyards and an underground cellar.

Currently, the winery has 40 hectares of vines in which there are 8 varietals that give it good flexibility to produce whites, reds and rosés.

From the terroir located on the old Ensenada Wine Route come the grapes for its 4 types of wines: Tribute, Pionero, Querqus Blanco and Querqus Rosado.

The reds are Tributo and Pionero. The first is cherry red in color and leaves hints of ripe fruit on the nose. On the palate it is balanced and with a long finish. The Pionero has a cherry aroma and leaves a pleasant freshness on the palate.

13. Trevista Vineyards


This winery produces its wine in a captivating environment, in which the buildings and facilities are integrated into the vineyards and the rest of the landscape like a beautiful postcard. Trevista Vineyards is a recent project, since it began bottling in 2007 and its product line includes 3 select wines: Cabernet 2009, Tempranillo 2010 and Tempranillo 2011.

The 2009 Cabernet is a wine with a floral aroma that feels clean in the mouth. The 2010 Tempranillo, with an intense purple color, offers the nose an aroma of lavender and ripe fruit, and a velvety texture is felt. The 2011 Tempranillo is a midnight-colored broth, with a semi-woody bouquet and balanced flavors that include freshly baked fig bread and sweet raisin cream. Trevista Vineyards is located on parcel No. 18 of the El Porvenir ejido and accepts tasting visits during the weekend and by appointment.

This wine project began bottling in 2007 and in just a few years has managed to advantageously position several labels, among which Cabernet 2009, Tempranillo 2010 and Tempranillo 2011 stand out.

The vineyards and facilities of Trevista Vineyards in Valle de Guadalupe invite you to visit them and enjoy them with peace of mind due to the perfect harmonization of the work of man with the work of nature.

The Tempranillo 2010 is a purple wine that leaves aromas of ripe fruit and lavender on the nose, running through the palate with a velvet caress.

The 2011 Tempranillo came with a midnight color and aromas of wood, with a magnificently balanced flavor that reminds us of sweet raisin cream and freshly baked fig bread.

14. Sun and Mud

The name of this Guadalupana winery pays tribute to the star that raises the vineyard and ripens the grapes with its energy, and to the mixture of sand, straw and mud with which the mud walls of its buildings were made.

Although it might seem like a rustic material for building a winery, hardened clay is totally natural and guarantees an excellent temperature gradient between the outside and the inside for aging wine.

Sol y Barro produces two artisanal reds, one made with Grenache and Cabernet Sauvignon and the other with the Barbera and Nebbiolo varietals. The first is fruity, spicy and with an elegant finish, and the second is intense in black fruits and very well structured.

Another detail that you will find on your visit to Sol y Barro is the possibility of enjoying the white of the house, which is not commercially distributed.

15. North 32

In all trades there are people who adore viticulture and who at the first opportunity leave what they have been doing for years to find land to plant vines and fulfill the dream of making their own wine.

This was what happened to the aviator Oscar Obregón, who, after saying goodbye to aircraft and airports, acquired a modest property in Valle de Guadalupe in 2002, right through the 32nd parallel of the Northern Hemisphere, from where the name of the winery comes.

The first vintage came in 2005, with a blend of the Cabernet Sauvignon, Nebbiolo and Grenache varietals, and then the house has had several successes, among which the Black Label stands out.

This wine is produced from Tempranillo and Syrah and has a defined red color, leaving aromas of candies in syrup on the nose, which give way to dark fruit trees, spices and vanilla. On the palate it is pleasantly acidic and goes very well with red meat and baby squid.

16. Parallel Warehouse

At Bodega Paralelo the verb “assemble” is conjugated in all forms. The installations are harmoniously assembled in the natural environment, within the concept of “land art” or “green architecture”, and their star labels are called “Ensamble”

Paralelo’s production is rather artisanal in scale and uses grapes from different microclimates to make its two main labels: Ensamble Arena and Ensamble Colina. The house also has the white Emblem.

The Ensamble Arena deserves a separate comment for the fortunate blend made with Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Petit Syrah and Barbera grapes.

This wine is deep red in color and has a complex nose, evoking dark ripe fruit, toasted almonds, minerals, chocolate and vanilla. The Ensamble Arena has firm tannins and pairs splendidly with lamb, game and blue cheeses.

17. Wine Cellar of the Queen

Vino de la Reina is the name of a beautiful Guadalupan winery with which Roberto Curiel paid tribute to his wife, the queen of his life.

The vineyards are shown, straight and generous, in the San Vicente Valley and in the Guadalupe Valley. In the first they planted Cabernet Sauvignon, Sangiovese, Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc and Moscato D’Asti; and in Valle de Guadalupe there are the Merlot and Syrah varietals.

The house lines are Duchess, with the Cuvee Blanc label; VR, with 3 labels; and Special Edition, with the names Treasure and Special Edition 2012.

In the VR line, Pinot Noir 2014 stands out, a fruity and floral wine with a complex symphony of aromas that includes blueberries, currants, raspberries, roses, gardenias, tobacco, anise, cloves, chocolate, cinnamon and vanilla. It has a sober acidity and ends in a dry and soft way.

18. Pedro Domecq

The Pedro Domecq house was established in Valle de Guadalupe in 1972 and its labels are part of the usual landscape on the shelves of wine stores and supermarkets due to the excellent quality / price ratio of its products.

The brand was acquired by Pernod Ricard, a name that has contributed its international prestige and its effective distribution channels in the world of beverages, and in 2016 it was acquired by González Byass and Grupo Emperador.

Among the Domecq labels, Calafia, Padre Kino, XA and its Reservas stand out. One of its great successes has been the Reserva Real 2012, a red that comes from the Barbera and Cabernet Sauvignon varietals.

The Reserva Real 2012 has a defined ruby ​​color, with hints of violet, which leaves aromas of blackberries and raspberries on the nose and on the palate it exhibits persistence, good acidity and soft tannins.

19. Decanths

With its name, this Valle de Guadalupe winery wants to highlight that its wine-making process is by decantation, using only the force of gravity and dispensing with any movement of artificial impulsion, both solids and liquids.

It has its own 20-hectare vineyard and an underground cellar with a capacity of 360 barrels, producing wines in three lines: Joven, Reserva and Premium.

The Joven series has the labels Maceración Carbónica, Carignan and Chardonnay, while in the Reserva line there are the denominations Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, Merlot and Malbec.

In the Premium list, the 981 label shines without rival, a garnet red wine with aromas of caramel toffee, coffee, roasted coffee and hazelnuts, which passes through the mouth intensely, pleasantly and persistently.

20. Villa Montefiori

The Paoloni family made a very noble but unusual transition in the 1950s in their native Tuscany, evolving from breeding thoroughbred horses to raising good wine grapes.

In the mid-1980s, Paolo Paoloni came to Mexico to work in a winery in Aguascalientes, only to be convinced that the “Mecca” of Mexican wine was the Valle de Guadalupe.

The planting of 8 Italian and French varietals began in 1998 and the vineyard currently has 20 hectares.

The winery has three lines, Montefiori, Villa Montefiori and Paoloni. The Montefiori series is made up of the Rosato, Cabernet Montepulciano, Shiraz Cabernet and Selezionato labels.

The Villa Montefiori line labels Fusione Cabernet Merlot, Shiraz Merlot, Cabernet Sangiovese and Nebbiolo Passito.

The house’s most awarded series is Paoloni, which has the Nerone, Rosso Di Montefiori, Brunello and Nebbiolo de Guadalupe premium stamps on the market, all a tribute to the senses.

21. Farm La Carrodilla

La Corradilla is presented as an organic agriculture project that integrates vineyards, orchards and animal husbandry.

40,000 vines are planted in the vineyard, including Chenin Blanc, Shiraz, Cabernet and Tempranillo.

In the garden, kale, lettuce, spinach, carrots, beets, garlic, radishes, chives, chard, aromatic herbs, fruits and other species are harvested.

The corrals house cows, sheep, chickens and thousands of bees, which take advantage of their milk, eggs, honey and organic fertilizers. All a harmonious and friendly project with the environment.

La Carrodilla produces 4 monovarietal wines with each of the types of grapes that the vineyard has, a young red in which the 3 red grapes are mixed and a Premium wine made with a Bordeaux mixture.

The pride of the house is the Canto de Luna, a pomegranate red wine that leaves aromas of red and black fruits, tobacco, vanilla and wood on the nose, passing through the mouth with frankness, kindness, good balance and adequate persistence.

22. Bodegas F. Rubio

The Rubio family vineyard was founded by Francisco Rubio and its wines are cared for by Alberto Rubio, the house winemaker.

The F. Rubio terroir is loamy and clayey, good for cultivating the varietals with which they produce their extraordinary wines, supported by high-tech equipment.

F. Rubio offers the Herencia Blanco, Herencia Rosado, Herencia Tinto, Malbec, Reserva and Tempranillo series, which you can purchase at the winery’s online store at the most convenient prices.

The Herencia Tinto 2011, marked at 850 MXN, is a wine that comes from a 50/30/20 blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Malbec, which spends 13 months in French and American oak barrels. It is a serious wine, with a medium-high body and with a aging potential of 12 years.


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