Museo de la vid y el vino
Museo de la vid y el vino
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Yaron O
San Jose, CA45 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2020 • Friends
Greeted by an arrogant supervisor explaining thay Museums in the USA are only in English and therefore this Museum is only in Spanish....

Don't waste your 50 pesos on this place.

While it is a beautiful exhibit it caters only to Spanish speaking/reading audience.

Written October 22, 2020
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Ernesto V
Carlsbad, CA34 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2020 • Couples
It's amazing to think that such a nice place has become what it has become. This is Mexico but it's as expensive as Napa Valley and some cases more expensive. Let's start with hotels. Hotels: in Mexico should cost between 50 and 100 dollars. At 100 dollars it should be a 5 star hotel. Wine: if you consider the cost of labor, land, storage, etc. A extremely good bottle should be about 10 to 15 dollars but most cheap bottles are over 20 and the good ones are close to 100. Food: the quality of the food in most restaurants is average to poor and again the cost I'd 4 to 5 times more then what it should cost. Weather: Again there is a total of one month in the fall and maybe 2 months in the spring when you can go with out either burning up over 120 degrees in the summer and below 20 degrees in the winter. The place is pretty in most cases look at the pictures. Now the hotels in Ensenada have taken notes from the valley so they are way too expensive but at least you can eat and drink at great prices and the food is 1000% better.
Written October 12, 2020
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Stephen Esteban
Cabo San Lucas, Mexico353 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2022 • Friends
Once you reach the museum from the outside is astonishing. The building that recreates an open book (how I see it, not that someone explained that) is beautiful to see. Then, if you go all around you will find on the back a huge space where vineyards are there. The view is flawless.
The problem is going inside. There you have the history of wine, from the Fenicious (because... why not?) to our days. I don't know. Museums are being re-design to be more interactive, all over the world. Unless you have something like a Picasso painting or an amazing sculpture. When you can find the same information by clicking on your cell phone, it's not worth the trip.
Then, you have a decent account of all the process of wine from spanish invasion to our recent days. And then, you have more information about wine: the same that I told before.
The entrance cost around 4 dollars, so no big deal. But I wouldn't come back neither suggest for you to visit.
Go outside and visit a vineyard and let the living tell the story of their families.

Ps: the lady on the entrance wasn't helpful or kind.
Written December 10, 2022
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Mrneon
Ensenada Mexico44 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2014 • Family
The building is magnificent really cool and great to look at But inside is Very boring, unless you are into a bunch of Mexican kids running all around pushing all the interactive buttons that don't work anymore because of the aforementioned kids.
Written June 25, 2014
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Arun S
Stanford, CA116 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2019 • Couples
A must-see spot in the Guadalupe Valley, especially if you’ve even a remote interest in wines.

The descriptions on the exhibits are all in Spanish but they offer binders with English translations for most of the exhibits so it’s easy to follow. I also liked the fact that they had a section for Georgia- the cradle of enology, as it were
Written May 8, 2019
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Carmelita_Mx
San Miguel De Allende, Mexico69 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2018 • Couples
It's worth the visit in order to know more about wine: its origins, how it is made, the history in Valle de Guadalupe, etc.
Written December 4, 2018
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Connie M
Ensenada, Mexico33 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2014 • Friends
This museum is found in the Valley de Guadelupe , just north east of Ensenada , Baja Calif. It is a very nice spot to start or end your tour in the valley of wine makers. Top of the line Wineries , restaurants of outstanding chefs, medal winning wines and more.
Written March 16, 2015
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DiscoverBaja
San Diego, CA72 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2014 • Friends
If you’re spending the day in the Valle de Guadalupe and want to learn more about the valley and the wine making process (or you need some time to sober up between wineries), don’t miss this museum. Tickets are $50 MN pesos (about $4 USD) per person. The entire museum is in Spanish, but if you aren’t confident in Spanish, they’ll give you a free guide who will walk you through the museum in English.

It’s a beautiful museum with exhibits that explain the origin of wine, the history of the Valle de Guadalupe and the wine making process. They also have a rotating art collection from local artists. On Saturdays during the summer they have a local featured winery that does wine tastings outside on the patio.
Written October 23, 2014
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Fred F
Buenos Aires, Argentina102 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2014 • Friends
Having visited many wine producing areas in South America, Europe, South Africa and Australia I can say this museum is one of a kind in that it speaks for the whole industry of the area, telling its story, describing its achievements and showing what is hapenning. Great architecture, great exhbits, a really nice place! On the down side, the Museum is a great building with great exhibits but is manned with people with little passion and/or knowledge for wine (hence, don't do it, have a tasting a a winery) . Both the reception and the tastings are executed almost mechanically. Guys, please sort this out and you will make yourselves very proud!
Written September 28, 2014
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Gabriel Green
San Diego, CA49 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2014
This place is a good alternative to go if you have some extra time, however I have to say that it does need translations in English for the information shown in the museum, otherwise people that don't speak Spanish will have a hard time trying to understand what the information is all about.
I am not saying that this place is not for foreigners, actually I believe it is a good idea if you want to know how the wine in Baja started it!!
Written March 10, 2014
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