The influx of tourists is raising fears in Mexico’s wine heartland

When Pau Pijoan began making wine in Mexico’s Guadalupe Valley, it was home to just over a dozen producers. Two decades later, he fears it will fall victim to its own success. The growing popularity of Mexico’s wine heartland in Baja California has brought an influx of tourists – and with them a proliferation of hotels, restaurants and other developments.

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