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Ensenada

 

Ensenada Area Wineries

 

Wineries within Ensenada City Limits

 

Bodegas De Santo Tomas

Baja’s oldest winery with Restaurant & Café, Cultural Center, & Gourmet Shop. Daily tours and wine tasting at 11am, 1pm & 3pm.  Av. Miramar #666, Ensenada.

 

Cavas Valmar

Free tours and wine tasting by appointment. Calle Ambar #810 & Riveroll, Ensenada.

Wineries outside Ensenada City Limits

 

Château Camou

Free tours and wine tasting Mon-Fri 10am-2pm, Sat. 10am-noon; Large groups by appointment. Located in Francisco Zarco, Valle de Guadalupe, just off Highway 3 to Tecate.

 

Domecq

One of Mexico’s oldest Wine Makers. Guided Tours & tasting, sales of Wines & Brandies. Mon-Fri 10am-4pm, Sat. 10am-1:30pm. Located in Valle de Guadalupe at Km. 73 on Highway 3 to Tecate.

 

L.A. Cetto

Free tours & tasting of Wines, Coolers, Brandy, & Tequila; lunch and picnic area. Open daily 10am-4pm. Located in Valle de Guadalupe at Km. 73.5 on Highway 3 to Tecate.

 

Mogor Badan

Tours and wine tasting by appointment. At Rancho El Mogor at Km. 86.5 on Highway 3 to Tecate.

 

Monte Xanic

Award-winning Premium Wines - Wine tasting and tours by appointment. Located in Francisco Zarco, Valle de Guadalupe, just off Highway 3 to Tecate.

 

Viña de Liceaga

Wine tasting and tours Sat. 1pm by appointment. At Km. 93 on Highway 3 to Tecate.

 

  Varietal Information

     Mexico offers blends and single varietal wines. The medium and lower tiers, especially bulk wines, may have residual sugar, and the Mexican taste for "smoothness" often means low acidity and moderate tannins. The newer-styled wines are usually dry or off dry and can be more balanced – or occasionally, quite tannic. These, especially Chardonnay, Nebbiolo and Cabernet Sauvignon are sometimes lightly aged in oak.

     The predominant reds are European classics such as Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Syrah, Nebbiolo, Grenache, Malbec and Carignan, in addition to a few California favorites like Petite Sirah, Zinfandel, and Ruby Cabernet. Newer varieties include the Italian Sangiovese, Montepulciano, Aglianico and the Spanish Tempranillo.

     The main white varieties are the popular Chardonnay, Viognier, Chenin Blanc, Riesling, Sauvignon Blanc, and Semillon. The brandy grapes Trebbiano, Colombard, and the Spanish Palomino are also used for table wines. Sparkling wines, usually sweet, are made with Chardonnay and Muscat grapes. 

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