Through the mountain paths, the canyons and rivers of the Sierra Gorda, you will me amazed by the beautiful landscapes you’ll discover. After a refreshing break and a swim in the fresh water of the Estorax river, ride back to complete the tour to a well-deserved meal.
Comienza tu recorrido visitando una finca Quesera, donde podrás descubrir el arte tradicional de la elaboración de quesos queretanos, donde conocerás desde cómo se obtiene la materia prima, su elaboración y añejamiento de los mismo hasta llegar a una degustación guiada para percibir sabores, olores y texturas.
Continuaremos nuestro recorrido por la Finca Sala Vivé Freixent en México, donde bajaremos 25 metros de profundidad para conocer la cava más profunda de Latinoamérica, la fabricación de sus vinos y el envesado de estos, acompañado por una degustación y una copa de cristal de cortesía.
Te cautivaras con la maravilla natural de la Peña de Bernal y su enigmático pueblo de San Sebastián, recorrerás las hermosas calles y mercados artesanales de Tequisquiapan dejándote cautivar por lo colorido y la calidez de nuestros pueblos mágicos.
El tour incluye:
Seguro de viajero
We will start our Tour visiting a cheese factory (Finca Vai) where you will be talked through the process needed to produce cheese,you will be talked about the different kinds of cheese there are and we will have the opportunity to try some of them.
Optionally you can decide if your interested in joining a beer and wine tour or some of the other options they offer, but this fees would be additional.
Tequisquiapan is a charming little town which has won the title of Magic Village. We will walk its streets and alleys. You can try the famous artisan ice creams and we will visit its craft markets.
We will have a stop at the best Gorditas place in Tequisquiapan for a snack
Mexico City has been the recipient of several cultures throughout history. The goal of the exit proposed by Ximbala, is to know the Memory and Tolerance museum while we know the diversity we can find in the historic center of the CDMX.
It is a tour where besides knowing the country's wine history we will understand all the details of how it is done, as well as how to uncork the bottles and serve them properly, which gives a plus and it is always good to know how to do it.
In addition to all this, we will know the culture and landscapes of the place which is in the rural area of Queretaro, a nice and quiet place to get rid of the routine. The flexibility of the tour is total, I adapt totally to you, I have never liked being the party pooper.
We will know the history of the benefit of the Agave plant that goes back to the pre-Hispanic world, which was a fundamental plant for everyday life, we will know the preparation and consumption of Mezcal. The old hacienda of Jaral de Berrio, was one of the main estates in all of New Spain, which has the tradition of mezcal preparation. We will know how mezcal is made within the communities of Guanajuato and learn the history of this traditional drink.