Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Valle de Guadalupe: Mexico's Answer to Napa Valley

By: Zack Stone

Source: www.cntraveler.com

Scenery in Valle de Guadalupe
With fear the emotion that still dominates the conversation about the U.S.–Mexico border, many Americans exploring Baja beeline to the beaches of Los Cabos. That's a shame, because one of Baja’s true gems—and safer locales—lies to the north, striking distance from the California border. The Valle de Guadalupe, often called the Napa or Tuscany of Baja, is just a four-hour drive from Los Angeles (if you time the traffic right), and it's stocked with enough local wines, fresh foods, and gorgeous views to rival other wine destinations. Plus, it's incredibly laid-back, even during high season. American tourists, in particular, seem to just be waking up to all the riches the valley has to offer. Check out a few of our picks for where to eat and drink while you're there…

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