Tourist influx raises fears for Mexico’s wine heartland

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By Guillermo Arias / AFP When Pau Pijoan began winemaking in Mexico’s Guadalupe Valley it was home to little more than a dozen producers. Two decades later, he fears it is becoming a victim of its own success. When Pau Pijoan began winemaking in Mexico’s Guadalupe Valley it was home to little more than a dozen producers. Two decades later, he fears it is becoming a victim of 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 development. “When I bought land, th…

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