La Casa de Dona Lupe, Ensenada

(110 reviews on the web)
Winery / Vineyard Food & Drink
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TripAdvisor
  • Go past la cento and go to the best. Great for couples or family. One of best in valley and not pretentious. Go down 3 into valley and turn right after passing bungalows on side of mountain. Thank me ...  more »
  • We've been to Ensenada more times than we can recall over the past 50 years...yes, it's changed. The past 12 years, we stop several times a year as a ticket punch for a cruise. Twice, we have taken an...  more »
  • Loved this winery! The honey wine is amazing!!! The food, jams, jellys, oils and salts were excellent. We loved being able to try all of the jams and marmalades. We would love to visit again during th...  more »
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  • This place was recommended to us by a couple people, and we're still trying to figure out why. The tastings at least get you a lot of alcohol for 60 pesos, never mind that the wines either taste like Lambrusco or Concha y Toro. In terms of food, we were really looking forward to trying the Barbacoa, but apparently they didn't bother to make any the day we went, even though it was advertised all over. We ended up getting a pizza, that while not terrible, certainly wasn't a memorable gastronomical experience. Good thing it only cost $120 pesos. There's also a market here selling jams, olive oil, cheeses and the like. We tried some of the jams--nothing incredible, but not terrible either. If you do decide to buy something, you might end up waiting for quite a while. While there is lots of staff wandering around, apparently only a two of them actually talk to clients. The most irritating thing about this place were the flies. With so many great places to visit in the Guadalupe Valley, don't bother wasting your time here.
  • The food was good, but they will rip you off if you're not careful. Somehow our two "$1.50" margaritas and chips and guacamole ended up costing us $25.
  • Dona Lupe is a legend. The winery is beautiful and although I miss the old place this new build is very nice. The garlic olive oil is the reason we keep coming back instead of trying new places. We always have to drop in for some pizza and a bottle of oil. Plus she has a bunch of herbal remedies that work for various ailments I have had.
  • One of the most family Friendly place in Valle de Guadalupe almost a all in one experience there,you can order pizza, it can get hot in the summer,you can buy there natural products ,at times they will have their aztec show. Road to get there at times can get realyl really bad , expect you car to get really dirty,Doña Lupe is nice and sometimes is around so you can take a picture with here Dont like the prices are on the high side even doe its good , there can be za lot of people on high season or on a busy day . Really dont like the fact that the crackers used for the jam tasting are taken with out a glove it looks gross when they do that , also jams look gross at times becuase so many people at times breath over them wish makes it really gross in my opinion
  • For someone that is not vegetarian, I was impressed with their vegetarian lasagna. It was really good, to the point that we took anotherone to go. Their mermelaids are great, they allow you to sample all of them, and I would recommend to take some of those home. Dinning at the place is really nice, great outdoor views and quick service. I would definitely go back to try more.