It’s not us. It’s you. Sure, we bring the food, the wine, the cocktails, music, and fun. But it’s you that makes Valle Food & Wine Festival what it is.
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“Valle Food + Wine Fest puts already-hot Baja at the center of the culinary universe.”
San Diego Union-Tribune
Join the Valle Food & Wine Festival takeover at Cuatro Cuatros! Stay with fellow festival-goers in a modern suite or ultimate glamping style. Click below to reserve your single or double cabin or suite.
Keep your weekend fun, safe, and hassle-free. Click below to book scheduled shuttles or DAY TRIPPER ticket-and-shuttle packages from San Diego and Tijuana.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22ND
The best day of the year. An afternoon into evening of delicious fun with food from more world-class chefs from both sides of the border, including superstars Nancy Silverton and Gabriela Cámara (Contramar, CDMX), Ori Menashe (Bestia/Bavel), and more. Enjoy wine tasting from regional wineries, plus artisan brews, live music, dancing.
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 23RD
It’s sure to be the best Sunday of your year! Join TV chef icon Aarón Sánchez and legend Rick Bayless for The Big Brunch with Mezcal Bloody Marias, Mariscos, Chilaquiles, Birria, live music, and, of course, wine tasting. Seriously. ¡Increíble!
VALLE FOOD & WINE FESTIVAL
A three-day festival to celebrate the beauty and bounty of Mexico’s magical wine valley.
Valle Food & Wine Festival is the not-to-miss gastronomic festival of the year in the hottest travel destination in the West, featuring dishes from top chefs from both sides of the border, tastings of regional wines, cocktails, craft beer, cooking demos, book signings, live music, art, talks, and more.
The 2022 edition will be hosted in BRUMA, the valley’s most elegant hotel and restaurant property. Our mission is to bring attention to the sustainable development of this magical region and to promote its unique cuisine and world-class wines to a discerning and appreciative crowd. And, of course, to have a great time. For more about what to expect and what we’re about, visit our ABOUT page.
“the next great food scene.”
“you might want to skip napa and visit mexico’s wine country instead.”
VALLE DE GUADALUPE
Valle de Guadalupe, just 65 miles south of the Mexican border, has become the “it” travel and wine tasting destination for millennials to baby boomers.
Nestled in a peaceful valley surrounded by stunning arid mountain ranges, this wine region, often compared to the Napa Valley of days gone by, has been featured in The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, Condé Nast Traveler, Vogue, Travel & Leisure, Wine Enthusiast, Wine Spectator, Food & Wine, and Sunset, among other publications.
In 2019, Conde Nast Traveler called the region “the next great food scene.” Wine Spectator says it is “one of the last untapped great wine regions left in the world.” The Valle de Guadalupe is a uniquely magical place. If you’ve been here, you know that magic. If you haven’t, we can’t wait for you to experience it for yourself at the Valle Food & Wine Festival. For more information, go to our Travel page.
“this mexican wine country is calling to millennials, with modern, design-y wineries and grit that can’t be found in napa or sonoma.”
A stellar lineup of chefs from both sides of the border prepare Baja California-inspired dishes using local, seasonal, and heirloom ingredients under the sun and stars of Valle de Guadalupe. This year’s chefs include superstars Aarón Sánchez, Nancy Silverton, David Castro & Maribel Aldaco, Rick Bayless, Gabriela Cámara, Ori Menashe, and more. (See all 50 chefs here!)