Where to Drink While Valle de Guadalupe is home to some of Mexico’s largest wineries, the charm of the region lies in the more intimate boutique wineries. It’s here at the smaller producers where you’ll get quality wines, personal attention, and may even meet the winemaker—all while enjoying the stunning vineyard views. There’s no better introduction to Valle de Guadalupe than Las Nubes (646-156- 8037) winery. They offer tastings on their expansive deck, featuring wines that are easy to drink and stunning views of the valley. Nearby is the family-run Bodegas F. Rubio www.bodegasfrubio.com winery, providing visitors with a range of tasting options from their selection of quality wines. Enjoy your wine with food from the on-site restaurant, Parcela 70, while enjoying the vineyard views from the large patio or the air-conditioned indoor dining room. You’ll need an advance reservation to get into the intimate Lechuza vinoslechuza.com winery. Here you’ll find personal attention, a relaxing and enjoyable wine tasting experience, and some of the best wines in the region. For a unique experience, head to Vena Cava www.venacavawine.com, where the tasting room and wine cave are nestled into the hillside under upside-down vintage fishing boats. This iconic micro winery is a must-visit for anyone who appreciates good wine and noteworthy architecture. True wine connoisseurs won’t want to miss Torres Alegre y Familia (646-688- 1033). The family winery is headed up by one of Mexico’s most famous oenologists, Dr. Victor Torres. He and his family create delightfully complex wines that can be enjoyed from their new tasting room, which offers nearly 360- degree views.