Get a taste of the culinary renaissance in Colonia Roma, a district just west of Mexico City’s Historical Centre, on this half-day food walking tour. This formerly European enclave lined with mansions is now a bohemian hub home to the trendiest eateries, shops and bars. Samples to enjoy may include tasty fish tacos, Oaxaca and French cuisine, and mescal during stops at a bistro, microbrewery, a coffeehouse and more. Along the way, learn about the neighborhood’s history and development into one of Mexico City’s hottest dining spots.
Mexican wines are super difficult to find in other countries. Also it is not easy to get a good quality/price relation. I have direct contact with the wineyards and i will curate a selection of amazing completely different wines from my country.
Also, it is a serious tasting..... but not a complicated one, we eill have fun, and learn a lot
This tour offers a pleasant walk through the state of Queretaro, where we will visit 2 of its magical towns, enjoy the semi-desert climate of the region and appreciate beautiful landscapes during the tour.
Join our private 13h tour from Mexico City to learn about wine & cheese traditions of Queretaro State, the second most famous wine region in Mexico, and visit its two beautiful colonial towns.
Get impressed by Peña de Bernal, the third-highest monolith on the planet.
Visit two wineries, learn about the winemaking process & try some of the best local wines.
Get to know the regional cheese-making traditions.
Visit two beautiful colonial towns - Bernal & Tequisquiapan.
WHY GO WITH US
The time of the tour is spent purely on sightseeing: no visits to souvenir shops/restaurants (unless you ask).
An ideal choice for small groups: the price of the tour is fixed & varies just slightly depending on the size of the group.
We are flexible: departure time & itinerary can be adjusted while the duration of the tour can be always extended for an extra fee.
Note: * the price of the tour/person depends on the number of participants in the booking.
I invite you to experience a Mexico unknown to most people.
Taste its wines, gastronomy and live its legends through a 5 senses journey.
This is not a conventional wine tasting.
I will tell you about the history of wines, terroirs, aromas and winemaking processes through a charming story supported by 4 activities. Each activity takes approximately 20 to 40 minutes and comes along with a learning, a wine tasting and paring finger food.
Forget about commercial wines! I focus on high quality and select only Boutique wineries for you.
During the experience, you will smell, touch, see, hear and taste to get your senses upside down, and unveil what you most like.
I will conclude, telling you about Mexican heroes and legends, inviting you to make your own creation.
Enjoy this private service ideal to visit with family or friends and move at your own pace, accompanied by a professional guide who will take you to visit a wonderful place such as Querétaro on this occasion to learn a little about its famous Wine Route and the Cheese where you will visit one of the most famous wine cellars in the region and America. You will also visit a beautiful Cheese Cava where you can spend a nice afternoon well attended.
Take a day trip to the state of Querétaro. Visit Peña de Bernal one of the world’s largest monoliths, then spend some time in the colonial town of Bernal. In the afternoon, visit a winery to learn about the winemaking process and taste wines in various stages of aging. Top it all off with a delicious dinner at a local restaurant.
Travel deep into Mexico’s wine-producing region of Querétaro for a tour of Cavas Freixenet, a winery famous for its sparkling wine. From the vineyards to bottling, learn about the wine-making process as you descend into underground cellars and taste some of the popular bubbly. Afterward, visit the colonial town of Tepozotlán and admire Baroque architecture, as well as religious art. This full-day winery tour from Mexico City includes round-trip hotel transport.
This is a special opportunity to explore a tradition not often highlighted but well appreciated by the locals. When you step into this 100+ year old location, you will be stepping into history and hear some of the stories directly from the third generation owner.
Additionally, you'll enjoy food and cocktails that you wouldn't imagine could be served in this hidden gem.
Overall, when you add the gourmet treats and exquisite cocktails to the local singers that frequently pass by, you'll have a complete traditional Mexican cantina experience.