Eighty miles from San Diego lies the Valle de Guadalupe wine country, a cluster of some 60 vineyards scattered between the hills between Ensenada and Tecate. Often referred to as the Napa of Mexico, it's increasingly perking the curiosity of oenophiles from near and far. Given the distance and rural terrain, we'll be forgoing our usual mode of transport for a van with room for 15. Tickets include roundtrip border transport, roadside tamales, tastings at three wineries and dinner at Ochento's, house of amazing woodfired pizza and even more amazing sunset views. The 10 a.m. departure should have us back at the border by 8 p.m.