Wine Museum for Baja California, Mexico's Guadalupe Valley
On a swing through Baja California’s Guadalupe Valley, Mexican President Felipe Calderón on Friday inaugurated a wine museum and announced the establishment of a $3.8-million fund aimed at supporting Mexico’s wine industry.
Calderón said his administration wants to see Mexico’s wine production increase, while also encouraging tourism. “We want this to truly become one of most visited regions of Mexico,” Calderón said.
The new museum, built with $5.3 million in state and federal funds, is in the Guadalupe Valley, at the 81-kilometer marker of the road linking Tecate and Ensenada.
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Courtesy of: UT San Diego

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