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Stopped here on a cruise tour for some wine tasting. This is one of the oldest wineries in Mexico, dating to the 1880s. The actual winery has moved out of the city due to urban growth, but you still get a brief tour of what...More
This is a winery inside Santo Tomas's vineyards. Behind the OXXO at the only light . You can enter through The Santo Tomas entrance....go up to the top. Very nice next to Concert venue. All ST wines available. 3 wine taste..$100 pesos...5 wine...$250.
In their premium tastings they have a line of wines named after winds of the world and roughly in the $30-40 USD price range. (This label does not encompass all their wines in this range.) If this is what your budget allows, try these wines....More
I went to this winery as part of my shore excursion when sailing on the carnival imagination out of long beach. This one of the oldest wineries in this country and i learned tons of great facts and history like Al Capone being supplied liquor...More
his winery has 27 harvests and some have won double gold medals. They also make olive oils. We opted for wine tasting and traditional visit for $ 13 per person. We saw the old warehouse with large wooden barriers for wine and where the bottles...More
Visiting a bodega makes sense if you drink wine. We cannot drink any alcohol. But we had a wonderful time since Tours by Mariana took us here for olive oil, chocolate, and cheese tasting. Olive Oil was much cheaper than in California, and it was...More
This review is long overdue! And to be honest it was the best wine tasting experience we had while traveling to Valle de Guadalupe. Bodega Santo Tomás was our first stop on the itinerary.
Santo Tomás is one of the oldest wineries of Mexico and...More
This place is a great little gem tucked up in a hill. The staff is very knowledgeable and the wines were yummy. I am not a lover of rośe but there blended rośe with granche was delicious! They have a tasting room (which was a...More
I like to experience wine offerings from all over the world. I am partial to our California Wines, but the Mexican vintage will grow into its own. Having sampled wines from different parts of the world, one gets to appreciate what a pleasant experience we...More