La Casa De Dona Lupe, Ensenada

La Casa De Dona Lupe, Ensenada - Address, Phone Number

Address: Parcela 72-92 Rancho La Gotita, S/n, Valle de Guadalupe, 22750 Ensenada, B.C., Mexico

Phone: 011521-6461552323

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Time Required: 02:00 Hrs

Timings: 09:00 am - 07:00 pm Details

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About La Casa De Dona Lupe, Ensenada

A beautiful escape to the country, the winery not only lets one see the best of nature but actually taste it. Really! Come here to taste the vast range of wines and fresh produce, grew and harvested directly from the homeland vineyards. Along with that, the place also serves its own excellency includes jams, jelly and salts. If you ask me, I would say that visiting this place is like visiting a neighbourhood with its quaint setting and a bunch of people hustling around. You will never get bored here! To make it even better, the price range of nearly everything, even the drinks are pretty cheap and you will not find yourself reminiscing over it price afterward.

La Casa De Dona Lupe Information

  • Other Contact No. : 011-52-1-646-193-6291

La Casa De Dona Lupe Ticket Prices

  • Entry is free.

La Casa De Dona Lupe Opening and Closing Hours

  • Timings may differ on Good Friday.

How To reach La Casa De Dona Lupe by Public Transport

  • By Car or Taxi
  • On foot

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  • As far as I'm concerned, the wine is undrinkable but I still recommend you come here. What they lack in wine making skills they make up for with the most amazing jams, breads and cheese mixes. I've been here three times now and have been happy to see how the place has expanded. There's now a lovely seating area and terrace, overlooking the vineyard. If you do chose to brave the wine, the pours are generous. There's also a little kitchen now but I didn't try the hot food.

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  • Great place. To relax with a glass of sangria and a massage.

  • Good food nice atmosphere. More than generous on their wine tasting.

  • Food and wine are great, they also serve many appetizers. Wine price ranges from 200-350 pesos

  • This place was recommended to us by a couple people, and we're still trying to figure out why. The tastings at least get you a lot of alcohol for 60 pesos, never mind that the wines either taste like Lambrusco or Concha y Toro. In terms of food, we were really looking forward to trying the Barbacoa, but apparently they didn't bother to make any the day we went, even though it was advertised all over. We ended up getting a pizza, that while not terrible, certainly wasn't a memorable gastronomical experience. Good thing it only cost $120 pesos. There's also a market here selling jams, olive oil, cheeses and the like. We tried some of the jams--nothing incredible, but not terrible either. If you do decide to buy something, you might end up waiting for quite a while. While there is lots of staff wandering around, apparently only a two of them actually talk to clients. The most irritating thing about this place were the flies. With so many great places to visit in the Guadalupe Valley, don't bother wasting your time here.

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