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AUSTRALIA (PHASE I) : Mango harvest at Pine Creek wraps up, but work continues with pruning

Mexico's exciting new wine trail: Valle de Guadalupe

Some call Mexico's Valle de Guadalupe, in Baja California, the new Napa – but a tour of its wineries, hotels and restaurants shows that it is very much its own place

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Sarah Gilbert

Friday 31 January 2014 16.00 EST

Vineyards and vintners

A couple of hours from downtown San Diego, just across the Mexican border, lies the Valle de Guadalupe, a place of green valleys and boulder-covered hills. Its dry, hot summers and cooler, damper winters, combined with porous soil and cooling sea breezes, are ideal for grape growing. This northern end of the Baja California peninsula is, in fact, one of the New World's oldest wine-growing areas. Jesuit priests cultivated vines here in the 18th century, and the first commercial winery, Bodegas de Santo Tomas (, opened in 1888.

But it was visionary winemaker Hugo D'Acosta who changed everything. Brought up in Mexico City, he trained in France and came to work for Santo Tomas in the 1990s before setting up C…


With over one Billion inhabitants, the hearts and minds of Africa are the only hope for the non-Muslim world...AFRICA truly will be the FINAL FRONTIER for the population of Planet Earth. 

For our very survival: Food, Water Supply, Resources and ultimately & Ironically our FREEDOM.

If you do not think that Mankind is reliving the Crusades 2.0 ....then THINK AGAIN !!!