Start your wine and cheese tour of the Ojos Negros Valley with hotel pickup in Ensenada. La Cava de Marcelo is the first stop on your Baja California route; this internationally recognized cava producer has been making Ramonetti artisan cheeses since 1911.
On a guided tour of the facilities you’ll learn about crop production and livestock care. Then sink your teeth into quality cheeses during a tasting paired with wine from the cellar.
Order lunch at La Casa Marcelo (own expense), whose menu features contemporary Mexican cuisine sourced with local ingredients from Ojos Negros and Valle de Guadalupe. All dairy is fresh from the cows of Rancho La Campana.
Finally, your guide accompanies you to a wine bar in downtown Ensenada, which features more than 230 regional wine labels (tasting fee not included), before returning you to your hotel.