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The Good Secret Winery's

When we traveled to Valle de Guadalupe, we've heard about a lot of places to go, and of course we... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
RolandoCuevas
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Mexico City, Mexico
UNIQUE vinicola....

One of the most UNIQUE and interesting wineries in Valle de Guadalupe Is SOL y Barro! I stopped by... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Bajagoug
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Ensenada, Mexico
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Km. 87 Highway 3 Tecate-Ensenada | San Antonio de las Minas, Valle de Guadalupe, Mexico
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

When we traveled to Valle de Guadalupe, we've heard about a lot of places to go, and of course we had a MUST list, but some, we left to instinct, we wanted to be surprised by unknown winery's, and try different things. Sol y Barro...More

Thank RolandoCuevas
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

One of the most UNIQUE and interesting wineries in Valle de Guadalupe Is SOL y Barro! I stopped by this great little destination years ago and was astonished by the building appearances and building techniques that were utilized by the owner.... as he has constructed...More

Thank Bajagoug
Reviewed 1 April 2018

First time visiting and the tasting room is a small cramp adobe dome. Some of their wines are good and others not so good. Tasting provided 4 wines, 3 reds and white for only 150 pesos so not costly. Definitely try them as they do...More

Thank Alexandre Esteb... R
Reviewed 20 February 2018

This was the last spot we hit on a day of tastings, so it might be the wine talking, but it was my favorite vinícola of the day. I liked that it was small and kind of intimate and that there weren't as many wines...More

1  Thank supernaca
Reviewed 24 January 2018

Love this place. Stopped here a couple of years ago with my mom and got to meet the owner/builder of the property. He has been blessed since so is often not there, but his legacy is enduring. Excellent wine. Beautiful property. Will always go back.

Thank aronmarsh
Reviewed 7 September 2017

I would of given this place 5 stars but when I visited it in July, even though the visit and tasting was good and enjoyable. The wine I bought it sitting in the freg waiting for me to use it for cooking or just throw...More

Thank Tiffany A
Reviewed 3 July 2017

This place was a great find. Daniel, who poured our wine was super friendly and knowledgeable about what he was pouring. A great experience all around with some excellent wine. We bout quite a few bottles. Would have purchased more but unsure of border restrictions....More

Thank Lesaz2014
Reviewed 1 June 2017

On the way to another wine tasting place I stumbled onto the very UNIQUE Sol Y Barro winery. I was drawn into the the unusual look of the natural structures which consisted of the red clay that is abundant in the hills of San Antonio...More

Thank Bajagoug
Reviewed 10 April 2017 via mobile

Excellent wine! The bar is very small but also very nice. Would definitely recommend it for a quick stop if you want to try some awesome wines! The white wine is specially good!

Thank SuperNolo
Reviewed 4 January 2017 via mobile

This is our second time visiting this Sol y Barro winery, so that should tell you right off its good. The place is small and alittle dark, but it's part of the experiance. The young man was very informative knew his wine, for sure. I...More

1  Thank savorthewine
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Response from ROBERT B | Reviewed this property |
We never wine tasted. We knew what kind of wine we liked so we preferred to by a bottle and share it. We took down our own cheese,bread and crackers. We did this because the cost of tasting for a group of 4 was more than a... More
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