San Miguel de Allende Wineries

Why Visit San Miguel de Allende in 2017!

Cuna de Tierra San Miguel de Allende, Mexico

San Miguel de Allende is one of the best 2017 destinations to travel in Mexico according to Travel+Leisure. Along with San Miguel are Guadalajara, Isla Holbox, Merida, and Mexico City. From the many boutique hotels, restaurants that serve world class cuisine, a trip to this city will become a memorable one.

People come to the heart of Mexico that is San Miguel de Allende and easily fall in love with this magical town. Surrounded by mountains this small city welcomes thousands of visitors every year. It’s easy to see why when you look at the earthy colored buildings and houses, dozens of artists working in their studios and a market full of everything you could ever want. In 2016 it was one of the top international cities for best food according to Travel+Leisure, and the town’s centre is filled with top rated restaurants. The Guanajuato wine route begins just outside San Miguel, take a wagon ride around Cuna de Tierra’s vineyard and exploring the barrel room. You’ll learn how San Miguel’s wine stands out from other wine productions around the world. These vineyards are in the Dolores Hidalgo region which has produced wine since the 16th century. Which has led this land to craft some of Mexico’s best Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, and Nebbiolo. Follow the trail to Bodega Dos Buhos and Vinicola Toyan where even more wine history await. The three vineyards in Guanajuato have started to develop a name for themselves in the wine industry having put their selections of wine on the market and showing Mexico and the rest of the world just how incredible their wine can be.

Cuna de Tierra Wine and Cheese- San Miguel de Allende

 

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