Valle De Guadalupe, Mexico
$445 April 13-14 / $585 Aug 31-Sep 2
Ready for a weekend roadtrip down to some of Baja California’s up-and-coming hidden gems? The mission? To drink all the wine to your heart’s content in the burgeoning vineyard region of the Guadalupe Valley.
We will complete many other missions on this most epic of field trips, of course. After a couple wine tastings to kick off the weekend, we’ll enjoy a multi-course feast that’s grown fresh on local farms by award winning chefs with some dishes so pretty you won’t want to eat them. You' won’t feel bad after you see how delicious it all tastes! To finish off the night, we’ll gather round a fire to enjoy some more wine with new friends.
The next day, we’ll go for a huge home cooked breakfast to cure whatever bit of hangover might be lurkin’. Once our bellies are nice and full we’ll do one last tasting and take in the scenery of the Valle. Last, we’ll follow our noses to a delicious taco stand, where piles of gloriously cooked carne asada, carnitas, or cheese (four our vegetarian friends) atop warm tortillas await us. All in all, the perfect LA getaway after a long week at the office.
Transportation to and from US/MX border to and around the wine country (take the Amtrak or hop in your car with some friends)
One night hotel stay
Lunch, dinner Saturday
Breakfast, lunch Sunday
3 wine tastings
2 Cheese tastings
*Rooms are double occupancy, but single occupancy can be arranged for an additional fee
* Meals do not include alcoholic beverages
What we do!
Sample of the region's local wine in the up-and-coming wine country of Valle de Guadalupe and yes they have to-go cups!
You don't even know, just put it in your mouth. The Valle is one of the most intriguing destinations for food right now!
Craft Brewing has moved to Ensenada and we'll be sampling what they are brewing up.
We'll be staying for one night in some of the best hotels the Valle has to offer set upon its scenic views with a bonfire to sit around with our wine at night
You want more, huh?
We got you. Check out photos from some of our past trips: