Baja or Bust

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In the Northern region of Baja, near Ensenada,
there is a lovely wine region called the Guadalupe Valley
Who knew? Not me!


I met my friend in Ensenada, where we stayed for a few days,
and took day trips to the valley


I was so lucky to arrive during harvest season and the
Vino Vendimia Festival
(what’s being said: LA Times)

Paella Festival:
great wine, gorgeous scenery, delicious paella and beautiful people




Mac sniffing out the tannins


Mac, my brother since middle school, is living in Southern Baja and has recently started a wine distributing business and has just opened a wine shop

The Man of Guadalupe Valley

Known as “Mexico’s premier artisanal wine-growing region”



“save water, drink wine”

Visiting vineyards and wineries


Haystacks



Tornado rolls through the valley


Mission of San Bruno
Built in 1683, it was the first mission of Baja


Fresh fish tacos and ceviche for breakfast, lunch and dinner!


Driving south on highway 1
Next stop? Taco shack on the side of the road please!


oh man, they just keep getting better


Dinner at Mac’s house in Todos Santos


Enchiladas!

Enjoying the sun shine


Adios Amigos


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[…] a few appetizers with a local Mexican winemaker. I fell in love with Baja wine 3 years ago when I toured the wine valley in Ensenada for a week, so being able to work with the wine makers aad vineyard owners again has been such a […]

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