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Tru Miller On Wine and Angels At Adobe Guadalupe Vineyards and Inn Slow Baja

    • Leisure

Tru Miller, the lovely and gregarious owner of Adobe Guadalupe Vineyards and Inn, is the Grande Dame of Baja’s wine region. Originally from the Netherlands, Tru spent much of her youth exploring the world. She has distilled that lifetime of travel into her casually elegant hacienda.

When she and her husband, Donald Miller, bought the land in 1997, they began hiring the best. Hugo D’Acosta became their winemaker, and Newport-based architect Neil Haghighat designed and oversaw the winery’s construction. The first bottling was in 2000. Quality and obsessive attention to detail infuse every detail of their magnificent estate. Under the care of current winemaker, young-gun Daniel Lonnberg, Adobe Guadalupe produces some of the finest and most exciting wines in Mexico.

For our visit, we arrived at 10 AM and found Tru and her agronomer, Jose Fernandez, having breakfast at the kitchen’s communal table. She beckoned us to join them, and we were delighted that we did. The eggs and machaca with handmade flour tortillas were divine. Tru opened a bottle of Tia Tula, her rose-colored blanco tequila (aged for thirty days in used Rafael wine barrels), and all was right in our world. After months of staying home, it was beautiful to be sipping tequila after a lovely breakfast of farm-fresh, locally-sourced ingredients. Viva Baja!

Enjoy the conversation with Tru Miller, Adobe Guadalupe Vineyards and Inn.

Visit the Adobe Guadalupe Website

Visit the Adobe Guadalupe  Instagram

Visit the Adobe Guadalupe Facebook

Tru Miller, the lovely and gregarious owner of Adobe Guadalupe Vineyards and Inn, is the Grande Dame of Baja’s wine region. Originally from the Netherlands, Tru spent much of her youth exploring the world. She has distilled that lifetime of travel into her casually elegant hacienda.

When she and her husband, Donald Miller, bought the land in 1997, they began hiring the best. Hugo D’Acosta became their winemaker, and Newport-based architect Neil Haghighat designed and oversaw the winery’s construction. The first bottling was in 2000. Quality and obsessive attention to detail infuse every detail of their magnificent estate. Under the care of current winemaker, young-gun Daniel Lonnberg, Adobe Guadalupe produces some of the finest and most exciting wines in Mexico.

For our visit, we arrived at 10 AM and found Tru and her agronomer, Jose Fernandez, having breakfast at the kitchen’s communal table. She beckoned us to join them, and we were delighted that we did. The eggs and machaca with handmade flour tortillas were divine. Tru opened a bottle of Tia Tula, her rose-colored blanco tequila (aged for thirty days in used Rafael wine barrels), and all was right in our world. After months of staying home, it was beautiful to be sipping tequila after a lovely breakfast of farm-fresh, locally-sourced ingredients. Viva Baja!

Enjoy the conversation with Tru Miller, Adobe Guadalupe Vineyards and Inn.

Visit the Adobe Guadalupe Website

Visit the Adobe Guadalupe  Instagram

Visit the Adobe Guadalupe Facebook

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