As if anyone needed another reason to visit the beautiful town of Todos Santos, the Baja California Sur’s first winery has opened up.
Tourists visiting Baja California Sur, whether Los Cabos or La Paz, are a fun day trip away from tasting delicious locally-produced wine for the first time.
Mexico is no stranger to wine production, as Northern Baja is home to some of the finest in the country. Although, Coahuila, Guanajuato and Querétaro might have something to say about that.
Yet, the south side of Baja is new to the game. Cabo has a ton of attractions, but adding wineries to the mix makes a vacation all the more fun.
Going out for margs at Cabo Wabo can be a blast, but why not swap tequila for wine and venture off somewhere brand new?
Here is what travelers should know about Baja California’s first winery near Los Cabos:
Wine In Los Cabos
As one of the top luxurious destinations on the planet, travelers can have about anything they crave at their fingertips.
Winemaking is an interesting trade in that there are so many nuances in what some say makes great wine versus some who are perfectly content with what is served at happy hour.
Some may prefer a high-end $300 bottle, while others will take whatever is offered as if they are ballin’ on a budget in college again.
Regardless of your palate, Cabo already offers excellent wine choices. In fact, there is a food and wine pass offered at some boujee resorts.
Wine served in the region is not locally produced anywhere in the vicinity of Los Cabos, which is strange considering how many say the soil in the region is perfect for vineyards.
Many of the top wine selections served in Cabo are from other regions of Mexico, otherwise, they are international imports as wine is a favorite of many around the world.
There are many types of tourism in the region, but wine tourism is the next big thing with the launch of the state’s first commercial winery – Las Tinajas.
What The First Winery Near Los Cabos Offers
Las Tinajas is taking advantage of the fact that southern Baja is a winemaker’s paradise. Why nobody has already been successful at producing wine here is anyone’s guess.
This new winery is forging a path in hopes of creating a whole new genre of tourism. By the looks of it, with their recent opening, they should have no problem.
This beautiful sight welcomes tourists with open arms to experience the region’s one-of-a-kind attraction.
Tours of the vineyard will soon be offered by booking on their official website. However, tourists can still pay a visit for a day of wine tasting you can’t get anywhere else in the area.
Wine lovers can expect an extensive menu of reds and whites, among other artisanal flavors, such as:
- Cabernet Sauvignon
- Sauvignon blanc
- Vino de Jamaica
- Vino de Mango
Whether it’s sipping on the meticulously crafted varieties of wine or opting for a pairing of delicious chocolates and other goodies, making your way to Todos Santos is a must-visit on your Cabo itinerary.
The Magical Town Of Todos Santos
While many vacationers choose to stay at their beachfront resort, there is a world to be explored outside of your beach chair.
The secret is out on the magical town of Todos Santos, just an hour away from Cabo. Commonly known as a surfing hotspot and an art lover’s dream, winos can now add this lovely town to their list.
Centrally located just outside the charming downtown district is the new winery ready to kickstart wine tourism in the region.
Todos Santos is a perfect day trip to get away from the action for a more cultural, peaceful getaway away from large crowds.
What better excuse to leave the resort than to swap your endless all-inclusive margaritas for a taste of Baja’s delicious wine?
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