Les Kincaidâ€™s Wines du Jour Live Radio Broadcast Showcases Bajaâ€™s Gastronomy.
baja.com, 1 de marzo de 2013. Por Carla White.
Les Kincaid is his name and gastronomy is his game... as it has been since he started his professional cooking career at the age of 14. Admittedly, his first job in the culinary industry was less than glamorous - he made burgers for Winnâ€™s Drive Inn, south of San Francisco. And it took him a couple of weeks to get the hang of it. However, from this modest beginning, Les Kincaid has become a renowned gastronomist and today authors, teaches, and hosts a syndicated radio program called Wines du Jour that is carried on more than 450 radio stations, every cable company in the United States, and listened to throughout the world.
On Thursday, March 28, he will broadcast live from the Rosarito Beach Hotel in Rosarito, Baja California, from 7-8 p.m. The public is invited to purchase tickets for the program and be part of the tasting event.
Spring Break in Baja : from Fiestas to Shopping.
Sandiegored.com, 22 de Febrero de 2013. Por Meghan Fitzpatrick.
Welcome to Spring Break in Baja! If you’re planning on passing your spring break here, you have quite a selection of things you can do and places to go. Some of Baja’s favorite spring break hot spots include Rosarito, Ensenada, Cabo San Lucas, San Jose del Cabo and San Felipe.
And, for those spring breakers who are looking for peace and quiet instead of fiestas, the Bahia Asuncion region of Baja has something a bit different to offer this year - La Bocana, where you can almost hear the whales spouting and where the beaches offer the world's best place for a private party.
Wine Tasting the Baja Way:The Great Baja Grape Adventure.
Baja.com, 2 de Enero de 2013. Por Carla White.
The chilly December wind carried a hint of smoky piÃ±on wood with it, a smell evocative of the Christmas holidays throughout much of Mexico.Â My girlfriends and I stepped out of our car, parking in front of the famous brick arches that feature prominently on BarÃ³n BalchÃ©’s wine bottle labels.Â We had traversed the Valle de Guadalupe, Baja’s famous wine country just outside of Ensenada, to get to this iconic winery.Â As much as we would have loved to spend our afternoon sipping on the vinicola’s renowned Double Blanc (Sauvignon Blanc and Chenin Blanc), we were here for another reason:Â Our objective was to find out more about The Baja Grape Adventure, a fun activity that caters to wine lovers and to those who are seeking a safe, guided off-road adventure through the region’s fascinating wine country.