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Mexico has recently begun gaining recognition for its delicious wines and in recent years has won a number of awards; visit two fantastic vineyards close to San Miguel de Allende and learn about the processes before sampling the final product.
Mexico may not be particularly famous for its wines, but the conditions for grape growing within these highland areas are perfect, and now that the industry is beginning to thrive they have the opportunity to rival the vineyards found throughout the southern cone of the Americas. Meticulous processes and great care ensure that the produce is of high quality.
Begin at the Dos Buhos Vineyard for an insight into the specialised processes required to create organic wines. Heading to Dolores Hidalgo towards the Cuna de Tierra Vineyard you will make a short stop en route to view the impressive baroque murals that adorn the walls of the chapels at Atotonilco. Continue to the award-winning Cuna de Tierra Vineyard to learn about the perfect grape-growing techniques, tasting the fruit straight from the vine. The visit will culminate in a gourmet tasting menu of Mexican dishes, expertly paired with a selection of wines.
San Miguel de Allende, Mexico
Colonial Highlands, Mexico
Guanajuato, Colonial Highlands, Mexico
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