• Blog,  Regional Food,  Tours

    Food Tours and Cooking Classes by Epicurean Expats

    We are proud to announce Epicurean Expats Food Tours in Queretaro and San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. We offer a wide range of food and cooking experiences for all levels of knowledge and experience in either a one-day or two-day format. The tours can be custom tailored to your specific interests as time and scheduling allow. What sets us apart from other tours is the ability to listen to your interests and design your tour to get the most out of your Mexican adventure. We have spent years in this area eating at mercados, from street vendors and fine dining restaurants so we have a guy (or grandmother) who specializes…

  • Blog,  Tours,  Wine Tours,  Wineries

    Wine Tours by Epicurean Expats

    Mexico has been making wine longer than any other country in the Americas, a full 242 years longer than the oldest winery in the United States. But for social, religious and govermental reasons wine has not been fully embraced by the native population. This country has been a tequila, brandy and beer culture for hundreds of years as these are enjoyed in abundance at fiestas and celebrations. The concept of enjoying an alcoholic beverage daily is frowned upon. Wine is considered a beverage for the wealthy and foreigners, and is taxed by the federal government at the unbelieveable rate of 46%. So that means a 100 peso bottle is 46…

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