L.A. Cetto, winner of 875 international awards, is celebrating its 95th anniversary with the traditional “Fiesta de Colores-La Gran Vendimia” event, where they will delight attendants with the best wines of Baja California.
This great celebration will take place on August 12 at the L.A. Cetto vineyards in Valle de Guadalupe and will begin at 12 PM, beginning with a mass to give thanks for the harvest, then the blessing of the mill, and it will continue with the most important part: tasting the best Mexican wine.
L.A. Cetto’s Marketing Manager, Martha López, claimed:
This celebration has become throughout the years a beautiful celebration where we share our joy about the beginning of the harvest of the noble fruit that is the grape, and we want all Mexico and the United States to be a part of it.
Don Luis Cetto decided to name this event “La Fiesta de Colores” (The Festivity of Colors) due to the hues that one can appreciate in Valle de Guadalupe fields during harvest season.
According to L.A. Cetto Tourism Manager, Fernando Rodríguez Cetto, in this new edition, attendants will have the opportunity to taste more than 45 wines, including one that is commemorating their 95th anniversary.
In addition, you will be able to enjoy the traditional and fun competition “Pisado de Uva” (Grape Stomping), and an exquisite 4-course meal by Ensenada native chef David Salgado. This great evening will close with a concert at Plaza de Toros, with the special appearance by a surprise artist.
After midnight, there will be an afterparty with DJ music, gastronomy, and all the wine you can drink.
With the goal of giving everyone a unique experience, this event will be limited to just 1,200 people. We encourage you to purchase your ticket as soon as possible so you can taste the best wines in the world.
One ticket will cost $6,000 pesos ($350 dollars) plus service fees, and visitors will be able to enjoy all of these previously mentioned activities. You can purchase your ticket here: L.A. Cetto.