“Valle de Guadalupe, Mexico”

The Valle de Guadalupe is Mexico’s answer to Napa, the only significant wine producing region in a nation of mostly beer and tequila drinkers. Guadalupe’s landscape is similar to many areas of California except the valleys and hillsides aren’t filled with ticky-tacky faux-Spanish suburban houses with red tile roofs. The Mediterranean climate, cool Pacific breezes, and mix of sunshine and coastal fogs make it comparable to central California’s Santa Ynez and Edna Valleys for growing high quality wine grapes.

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