Asentado en una pendiente suave y expuesta al sur, la vides de la Bodega Dos Búhos se cultivan con métodos sustentables. En su cava de vinificación que más parece una galería de arte —con pinturas y piezas de un viejo tren adornando las paredes— se llevan a cabo talleres de viticultura orgánica y cursos de enología. Sus tours incluyen una cata y un picnic con Quiché Lorraine, Baguette y quesos, ensalada orgánica, galleta de chispas
It could be said that this has something to do with the thriving wine industry in the area, although very few people outside the country actually know about it. Bodega Dos Búhos, with its selection of organic wines, outstanding art collection and owl house, is undoubtedly the vineyard to visit in Guanajuato.
The secret is out about San Miguel de Allende: The cobblestoned streets of this UNESCO World Heritage City are already home to hotels like Rosewood San Miguel de Allende and Belmond Casa de Sierra Nevada, the perfect bases to explore restaurants, markets, and flourishing boutiques in the city. But the area is also host to several boutique hotels, private homes, and haciendas celebrating the region’s cuisine and wine. Just outside San Miguel de Allende, the
While tequila may be Mexico’s claim to fame, wine is having a moment in the state of Guanajuato, where San Miguel de Allende is located. Spend a day vineyard-hopping in the rural areas surrounding San Miguel—most wineries are within an hour’s drive of the downtown core. Hire a private car (approximately $40/hour) or taxi (approximately $20/hour), and start the morning with a hearty breakfast at Buen Dia Café on Pueblito 3, a popular ex-pat