Dolores Hidalgo Wine Tour

San Miguel is surrounded by magic towns, and one of the most significant is Dolores Hidalgo. The town is named after Father Hidalgo who taught the townspeople the art of talavera and uttered El Grito– The call that began the Mexican War of Independence against the Spanish in 1810. Shop for talavera, walk through the plaza and taste uniquely flavored ice cream (mezcal, anyone?) and have time to explore the mercado and museums.

Next, the oldest winery in the state of Guanajuato known for its wines and architectural design. Here you can taste wines of your choice and nibble on a shared appetizer. Last, we will visit one of the youngest and most modern wineries in the state. Sample some of the wines and and enjoy a shared appetizer before returning to San Miguel in plenty of time to watch the sunset.

Available: Wednesday- Sunday

Who Would Enjoy This? 

Shoppers, photographers and wine lovers.


Transportation, ice cream, a bit of history, gorgeous scenery, wines at 2 wineries, our incredible knowledge about the wine region, and bottled water.

Price: $245.00 USD per person (pick-up in San Miguel).

If four full glasses of wine (and food at each winery) sounds like too much, then you can pay us $125 USD (per person) for our expertise, labor and transportation and pay for your own food and wine. It’s completely up to you which experience you prefer. Single supplement fee add $50.00 USD.

***Single supplement add $50.00 USD for this tour.

*Lunch at Tres Raices is not included.

**If you would like a full winery production tour, please let us know. Price will increase**

Total amount is due 30 days before tour date or once reservations are confirmed.

Payments can be made through Zelle, PayPal (with addition of fees) or pesos in person (after deposit is accepted). We will email you payment details.

*For pick up in Queretaro, please add a flat rate $50.00 USD to the group.

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