Monte Xanic, Valle de Guadalupe
(3.9/5 based on 170+ reviews on the web)
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  • Did the tasting and the visit combined since were them unique (being midweek and low season) all was excellent, tasted wines that not knew; but the cellar is spectacular; natural, embedded in the rich. They did a renovation recently and is beautiful.
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  • On Dec 10 we tried to visit this beautiful winery for the 4th time, the previous 3 times we were told it was closed for events, concerts and a wedding all of this were very acceptable reasons. We had ...  more »
  • Very good wine, the view is outstanding and highly recommended! I think that the experience in the Guadalupe Valley is well expressed in places like this that gives an excellent touch of Baja Med! Not perdible point!
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  • Favorite stop on my wine tasting tour. The staff was knowledgeable and friendly. They went out of their way to make us feel welcome. Stunning views and great wine. We purchased a bottle to take with us for around $10. They offer various lines of wine that are also available in the U.S. at Costco in Sand Diego and Los Angeles. I will definitely be returning here in the future.
  • I really enjoyed my time here. Scheduled a free tour a couple of weeks in advanced and had the wine tasting. The guy giving us the tour was super informative and nice. The selection of wines was ok, but the vista while tasting was great. It was nice to know that it was operated and owned by by Mexicans, in comparison to some of the older wineries in the valley that have Italian and Spanish ownership. Stop by, you wont regret it!
  • Fun for the experience but definitely not a favorite of ours. Skip the tastings on the manmade lake and instead, head up to the building itself where you can also do tastings and check out the wine cave.
  • It was OK. Went with an excursion group. Ladies toilet did not work but there was an outhouse style bathroom out back. Good wine!
  • Buy online.. Service is really bad!!!