Museo De La Vid Y El Vino, Ensenada

Museo De La Vid Y El Vino, Ensenada - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: Carr. Fed.Tecate-Ensenada Km.81.371 | Valle de Guadalupe, Ensenada, Mexico

Phone: +52-6461568165

Ticket Price: 30 MXN

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Time Required: 01:00 Hrs

Timings: 10:00 am - 07:30 pm Details

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About Museo De La Vid Y El Vino, Ensenada

If you love wines and are curious about the journey of a grape to that bottle of wine you can drain in minutes, then the Museo De la Vida y el Vino is the place for you. Learn about how grapes are grown, maintained and harvested to be processed in the brewery and finally packed in the glassy goodness.

The place also has a cafe where you can taste wines and buy them too!

Museo De La Vid Y El Vino Information

  • Do visit the unique wine cafe where you can try and buy a bottle of your favourite sip.

Museo De La Vid Y El Vino Ticket Prices

  • Foreigners-  AR $ 30
  • Argentines- AR $10

How To reach Museo De La Vid Y El Vino by Public Transport

  • Book a Radio Taxi
  • Rent a Bicycle to reach the

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Museo De La Vid Y El Vino, Ensenada Reviews

  • Beautiful building with fantastic views of the Guadalupe wine country. When we went the cafe was closed but it looked fairly basic compared to the amazing eateries in the area. The museum doesn't have much to offer if you don't speak Spanish and the English guide is not complete.

  • A perfect place to grab a map and latte from the cafe on the backside of the museum, and start your exploration of the Valle. Great info and history on the region. Incredible views and architecture. Super clean free bathrooms if you need a pit stop. They have a huge space for special events that looks like it could hold 300+ on top of the museum, that has spectacular panoramic views of the valley.

  • Very good although not much to see yet newly opened

  • Very nice museum. Learned quite a bit about the history of wine in general and how it is produced. The view from the back patio is exceptional.

  • Needs more information and a better layout of the few items they have there. The view of the valley is phenomenal

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