San Miguel Wineries
San Miguel de Allende in Guanajuato, Mexico is considered one of the top travel destinations in the world, and for a good reason. From its Colonial architecture, stunning churches and cobblestone streets to the growing restaurant and entertainment scene, San Miguel is now adding wine as one of its draws.
Although the number of wineries is currently small, the word is getting out about San Miguel de Allende as a wine region because of its ability to produce fine wines. And mostly organic wines, another growing trend in wines around the world. Soon San Miguel de Allende is going to see a surge in new wineries, for both large and small vineyards, as winemakers find the climate and soils almost ideal for growing many varietals of grapes. Here is a look into the current San Miguel de Allende and Guanajuato wineries and entrepreneurs that are pioneering the growth in vineyards and fine wines in this spectacular setting.
Vega Manchon Winery
This award winning winery began in Dolores Hidalgo, near the historic town of San Miguel de Allende, as the dream and passion of two friends, Don Juan Manchon and Don Ignacio Vega. Their love of wine and the history of wine in the area brought them together to create Bodega Vega Manchon, and Cuna de Tierra… Read More
Dos Buhos Winery
Dos Buhos (Two Owls) winery is situated only 6-kms from the charming and historic town of San Miguel de Allende in Guanajuato, Mexico. Owner Diane Maycotte and her husband, both have backgrounds and childhoods filled with music, art, culture and creativity. Thus the Dos Buhos winery is an obvious extension of these great ‘loves’… Read More
Vinicola Toyan, located just 10 minutes from San Miguel de Allende towards Queretaro, began in 1995 as a simple farm and has grown into one of the premier wineries in Guanajuato an San Miguel. At the Toyan Winery, the focus and core beliefs are grounded in sustainability and organic-natural agricultural products as most Guanajuato wineries are… Read More
Another stop along the expanding San Miguel de Allende wine route north of town, a new winery, Tres Raíces plans to offer something unique to visitors when it opens in July 2018. You won’t find the traditional colonial architecture or whitewashed adobe of the region at this winery. Its brand new design is stylish and more modern than most wineries… Read More