17 December, 2016
-mexiconewsdaily.com. Los Algodones receives over 100,000 medical tourists a year. The population of the small border town of Los Algodones, Baja California, is now seeing its annual seasonal increase, as are many Mexican destinations. The difference here is that the visitors come for medical reasons.
6 December, 2016
-travelandleisure.com. This wine region 80 miles south of San Diego is known for its red blends, but most bottles can’t be exported, so a visit is the best way to try the coveted pours.
8 July, 2016
-vogue.com. Excellent street food, pristine beaches, a buzzy museum scene—Mexico is known for many things, but wine isn’t necessarily one of them. That’s quickly changing thanks to Valle de Guadalupe, the country’s wine region located in the northern Baja peninsula and just two hours by car from San Diego.
18 May, 2016
-independent.co.uk. This sprawling city nudging the US border is making a name for itself as a hotspot of Baja Med fusion cuisine and craft breweries
5 May, 2016
-cronkitenews.azpbs.org. The turnaround point in Valle de Guadalupe’s advertised “Ruta del Vino,” or “Wine Route,” lies about 25 minutes east of the coastal highway that leads north to Tijuana.
15 April, 2016
-independent.co.uk. Shedding its American-teen Spring Break reputation, the famed low-cost medical treatment industry is classing up.
16 March, 2016
-sandiegomagazine.com. Nortico hopes to transform the city’s craft cocktail scene
12 March, 2016
-ocregister.com. The region has far more wineries than we had time to visit, and it seems to be adding more every day. Those must remain to be discovered later, when the flavors, sights and ambiance draw us back to Baja.
7 March, 2016
-Los Angeles Times. The 'Next Napa': Baja's Valle de Guadalupe wines are ripe for success