Museo De La Vid Y El VinoCurrently Closed
- Address: Carr. Fed.Tecate-Ensenada Km.81.371 | Valle de Guadalupe, Ensenada, Mexico
- Timings: 10:00 am - 07:30 pm Details
- Phone: +52-6461568165
- Ticket Price: 30 MXN
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Food And Drinks, Winery, Adults
Museo De La Vid Y El Vino - Review
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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Things to Know Before Visiting Museo De La Vid Y El Vino
81.21% of people who visit Ensenada include Museo De La Vid Y El Vino in their plan
3 PM - 4 PM
42.93% of people start their Museo De La Vid Y El Vino visit around 3 PM - 4 PM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Museo De La Vid Y El Vino
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Museo De La Vid Y El Vino
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Museo De La Vid Y El Vino, Ensenada Reviews
Lovely! Great little histories of the beginning of winemaking globally as well as in this region. Easy to read Spanish, with English translations available for most of the displays, tho not all. Inexpensive and very low key, with beautiful vistas of the vineyards out back. Plenty of parking (gravel lot). Not even a gift shop yet! (Tho it looks like that and maybe a small cafe may be under development.) A lovely stop if you want a little background either before you start wine tasting, or in between tastings if your palate is getting tired.
It is a good place to visit they have a couple of good winesalso they have one sweet red called Dulzura also recomend to go around the back and enjoy some cheese
I like to learned about all the history of from where and when the wine started and how it’s done and see all the bottles of wine from every winery in Baja
Great place with lots of Insta-worth pictures. It has lots of information about the wine process, history and culture of the region. Not a great place to come with small children (at the museum) but a great one at the open spaces so they could look, learn and explore.
Always pleasently surprised, we were the first one there on a Sunday morning, the staff was amazingly helpful, and accommodating. We spend more than one hour walking around the exterior , the location is perfect for outdoor photos, the interior settings didn't disappoint one bit, always worth driving to Valle the Guadalupe!