The state of Guanajuato Maintains its Presence in Condé Nast Traveler Readers' Choice Awards
San Miguel de Allende has appeared on this prestigious list since 2013, over the course of these years, it has been recognized as "Best Small City in the World" among others. Known as the "Heart of Mexico", the city is known for its architecture, traditions, and art scene, but some may find it surprising that its natural light and beauty is also favored by winemakers. The region around San Miguel de Allende is one of the world's newest places for viniculture.
Part of Guanajuato's La Ruta del Vino Valle de la Independencia (The Wine Route). Wine country here is located right in the center of Mexico, in the Bajío area, known for its year-round spring-like weather and majestic backdrops of evergreens, cacti, farms and haciendas.
Visitors to the area will experience Mexican rural living while tasting fine wines and food pairings. Find out how to pair local wines with international cuisines and learn about the winemaking production process and Mexico's rich history of winemaking at different winery tours and events held throughout the year. It's a fantastic destination for friends' getaways, corporate functions, and weddings and honeymoons.
Guanajuato's wine region has four paths that depart from the city in the direction of either Guanajuato City, Queretaro, Celaya or Dolores Hidalgo.
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