city in Ensenada Municipality, Baja California, Mexico

Valle de Guadalupe is in Mexico outside the city of Ensenada and is the premier wine producing region of Mexico.

Map of the Valle. Click on the layers icon at the top right, then "Relief map" to see the hills and topography.


San Antonio de Las Minas

Francisco Zarco


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This page uses the following price ranges for a typical meal for one, including soft drink:
Budget $5-14
Mid-range $15-30
Splurge $31+

Valle de Guadalupe has a great number of excellent places to eat, most are tucked away within the wineries on bumpy dirt roads. You can get high end farm-to-table food, fresh seafood from the coast, and affordable Mexican food of course. These places are scattered around the Valley, so grab a car or bike and get out for a great bite to eat.


  • 1 Familia Samarin (Russian place), Principal 276, Francisco Zarco, 22750 Guadalupe, B.C., Mexico, +52 646 155 2030. Rustic restaurant, nice menu, wine and cheese tasting room, and a little garden with chickens and a couple of animals that kids will enjoy. The Russian Community Museum is part of the complex, with a simple home of Russian Molokan settlers outfitted as it would have been. $10 per person without alcohol.



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Wine country is plentiful with fresh grown food, artisan cheeses, and other tasty morsels year around. This section is for those who want to "cook on the road," whether camping, renting a house, or perhaps just in the mood for a picnic.


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