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Guanajuato’s Wine Country Invites Visitors to Live Great Stories

Guanajuato’s Wine Country Visitors Wine

Guanajuato’s Wine Country Invites Visitors to Live Great Stories

Across the Dramatic Natural Terrains and Historic Architecture

iñedo Los Arcangeles in Dolores Hidalgo

A trip across the state of Guanajuato is a drive through a land of wines, a side of the state not to be missed.

Mexico’s 4th wine producer

Guanajuato is an important wine producer with an annual production of 700 thousand bottles. The most commonly used grapes to make wine are shiraz, cabernet-sauvignon, tempranillo, and malbec. Currently, Guanajuato has 135 labels.

43 vineyards; 30 are open to the public

Caminos de Vinos offers a luxurious hotel stay on the slopes of el Cerro del Cubilete, nestled in the Hacienda Jesús María, one of the first mines in Guanajuato City. San Miguel de Allende’s wineries house restaurants and terraces for tasting or events such as the Santísima Trinidad while Dos Buhos are organic. Others not to be missed are Tierra de Vinos San Felipe (Octagon), León (Tierra de Luz) and San Francisco del Rincón (Pájaro Azul). In the historic center of Dolores Hidalgo, one can visit the El Museo del Vino.

Becoming part of Wine Tourism map

Guanajuato has been gaining ground in the wine tourism market with wine tourism accounting for approximately 2 and 3% of visitors.

If you want to know the history of Guanajuato just open a bottle of wine, the land of Guanajuato has given it some very particular touches, the famous “terroir” that is nothing more than the sum of the climates, the soil and the variety of grapes.

Events not to be missed

Guanajuato’s Grape Harvest Festival

Guanajuato’s Wine Route

Learn more at: https://guanajuato.mx/

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