Jan 8, 2014

Mexico Celebrates Wine
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Written by : Memo Raices| 0 | Mexico, Travel
Grapes from the Guadalupe Valley, Baja Califor...

Grapes from the Guadalupe Valley, Baja California, Mexico. This region makes 95% of Mexican wine. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Wine makes us think of Califonia, High Class makes us think of New York.  Now these two thoughts come together in Mexico.

There is a celebration planned Baja Mexico.  It involves Wine and Food.  This is a reason to travel south of the border.

Please read the details in the articled linked to this introduction to learn about a most wonderful event that will have you sojourning to the sunny lands across the drylands.

Baja Meets New York: Mexican Wine & Food Festival 2014 | The MEXICO Report.

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Memo Raices

Memo is passionate about Mexico. Both for travel and Real Estate, he wishes to have the answers to the questions that people ask.With specialization in Social Media Community Management, Memo knows how to spread the word about the country he loves.

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