September 29 - October 2. Only 20 Spaces Available!
Do you know there are over 300 wineries located in Guadalupe Valley, Baja Mexico?
Some of the finest organic farm to table restaurants, run by French and Italian-trained chefs?
Incredibly safe and easy to get to?
Yes to all.
If you’re on this page, it’s for a reason. I invited you.
This is your opportunity to break out of the pandemic and connect with a select group of top business owners and entrepreneurs in an exquisite place that is still relatively undiscovered. You can bring a spouse or business partner.
My wife Vivian and I have been coming to Guadalupe Valley for wine and food for nearly a decade. We love it so much we’re buying a second home in Mexico and plan to move there now that we’re empty-nesters.
What to expect - we’re handling EVERYTHING:
3 nights in beautiful Valle De Guadalupe
Multiple wine-tasting trips (if you don’t drink, no problem, you’ll still have a great time!)
3 days of relationship-building lead by me along with other entrepreneurs committed to being the best in our industries
Accomodations at a super high-end resort
Hosted meals at some of the hidden gems and locals’ favorite restaurants
Safe no-delay transport through the US-Mexico border
Baja Mexico is extremely safe. Water is filtered. The people are amazing. Most of the locals speak English.
Mexicans love Americans, Canadians...everyone!
Thursday September 29
Friday September 30
Optional Morning Activities: Sleep On/Coffee | Morning Yoga Session | Morning Trek | Meditation
Saturday October 1
Optional Morning Activities: Sleep On/Coffee | Morning Yoga Session | Morning Trek | Meditation
Sunday October 2
Born in Sinaloa, México and raised along the USA-Mexico border, Fernando Gaxiola earned an engineering degree from the prestigious Tecnológico de Monterrey and two MBAs, one from his alma mater and a Global MBA from the #1 ranked international business school Thunderbird School of Global Management in Phoenix, Arizona. A natural born entrepreneur, Fernando launched his first business management consulting firm in 2003 at the age of 26.
Soon after, he became a business management consultant for the Oil & Gas industry in which he focused on processes, marketing and strategic planning – an experience which afforded him the opportunity to travel all around the world. He later returned to his roots to apply his knowledge toward promoting the Tijuana-San Diego mega region. His passion for food, wine and art led him to found Baja Wine + Food, the leading travel, event, and lifestyle management agency in the San Diego-Northern Baja region.
His company specializes in providing extraordinary cross-border experiences to corporate and private clients worldwide. Soon after, in pursuit of expanding his knowledge of wine, he completed his Certified Sommelier Examination by the Court of Master Sommeliers, Americas. Additionally, he has partnered with LMA Wines to import and distribute a premier portfolio of Baja wines from the most prestigious wineries in Valle de Guadalupe, Baja California. As part of his ongoing strategy to promote Baja culture in the US. In 2017 he founded the Valle Food & Wine Festival that became the most important food and wine event in the region attracting some of the best chefs in the world.
CHEF DAVID CASTRO HUSSONG
Head Chef and Partner at Fauna and Bruma Wine Garden in the Valle de Guadalupe
David Castro Hussong was born in Ensenada, BC in 1990, and graduated from the French Culinary Institute ICC in Campbell, CA. He comes from a family dedicated to the culinary world for generations, that’s how at the short age of 13 starts his cooking experience working at ‘Hotel Punta Morro’ with chef Juan Antonio Hussong and later on at ‘Sano’s Steak House’ with Juan Hussong and ‘Laja’ with Jair Téllez, a chef pioneer in Valle de Guadalupe.
After highschool he decided to move to San Diego, CA where he would work at ‘Barbarella’s’ and ‘El Take It Easy’. A few years later the opportunity to work again with Jair Téllez shows up with the opening of ‘Merotoro’ in Mexico City. In search of something different, he moved to Copenhagen, Denmark where he was a practitioner under Chef René Redzepi at ‘Noma’, considered the best restaurant in the world. In 2013 he moved to New York where he worked with legendary Chef Dan Barber at ‘Blue Hill at Stone Barns’ and ‘Blue Hill’ in Manhattan. He would later also work for chef Daniel Humm at three Michelin star restaurant ‘Eleven Madison Park’.
In 2015 he opened ‘Cala Restaurante’ in San Francisco, CA alongside famous Mexican Chef Gabriela Cámara. In 2017, the opportunity to return to his origins was presented and he moved back to Ensenada to open Fauna Restaurant in Bruma, Valle de Guadalupe, which is considered one of the best restaurants in México and Latin America. In 2020, amidst the pandemic, he opened his second restaurant in Bruma called “Wine Garden”. Soon after, he opened “LaMari” in Mexico City, the hottest new restaurant in 2021.
ALEX DEPUE & MIGUEL DE HOYOS
Alex DePue began studying classical violin at age five. He won his first university-level competition at age 10, soloing with the Bowling Green State University Symphony Orchestra, and later (age 14) won a competition which entitled him to a performance at NYC’s Carnegie Hall, serving as Concertmaster under the direction of Joseph Silverstein for the National Guild Youth Symphony Orchestra. He continues to appear as guest soloist with orchestras at music festivals worldwide.
Despite decades of intense classical training, Alex became interested in fiddling at age seven, and began competing in “fiddle” contests. He reigned as the Michigan State Fiddling Champion from 1994-1998, won the first-place trophy at the Walnut Valley National Fiddling Championship in Winfield, Kansas in 1999 and 2005, first place in the Halletsville, TX “Gone to Texas National Fiddling Championship” in 2000, first place in the Alabama state fiddle contest in 2006 and 2007, and first place in the California State Fiddle Championship in 2007. Also in 2006, he was deemed, “Fiddle King” in Athens, AL (Tennessee Valley Old Time Fiddlers Convention). Alex served as a judge at the National Oldtime Fiddling Championship (Weiser, ID) in 2008, and in 2010 and 2011, won first place in the Twin Fiddle division while ranking among the Top 10 finalists in the Grand National Championship division. www.fiddlecontest.org
From 2007 – 2010, Mr. DePue joined legendary rock guitarist, Steve Vai, for a world tour that took him across North America, South America and Europe. 2010 continued celebration for Vai’s 2009 DVD release, “Steve Vai: Where the WILD THINGS Are” (a live concert music-movie co-featuring DePue), its Grammy nomination for “Best Live Rock Instrumental Performance” (at the 52nd Annual Grammy Awards and Gold Record (award issued to each band/cast member) from the Recording Industry Association of America in recognition of “Gold” sales status in both the US and Canada (Platinum Award from the Canadian Recording Industry Association). Vai and DePue remain close colleagues, and continue to collaborate behind the scenes. Steve Vai is found here: www.vai.com.
Throughout his work with Steve Vai, Mr. DePue was introduced to, and then subsequently teamed up with Mexican guitarist, Miguel De Hoyos. Ever since, the duo’s unique international sound garnered interest from elected politicians and officials within the country of Mexico, and their spectacular musical performances have been praised by popular English-written publications; The Gringo Gazette and Baja Times, and more press from US publications (i.e., Kansas City Tribune, Toledo Blade, San Diego Union-Tribune, etc.). Alex and Miguel released their first recording, “Underground Whispers” in 2009 and their most recent recording, “Twisted Strings”, are both available online at www.alexdepue.com . “Alex DePue with Miguel De Hoyos” performed in Rio de Janeiro as special guests for the global launch of “ArtsGames”, an effort to bring the arts back into the International spotlight in conjunction with the Summer Olympics (August 11th, 2016).
We’ve blocked out a whole day for masterminding and connecting. During this time, you will have an opportunity to share a 10-15 minute presentation about your latest “what’s working now” or profound personal and business experiences with the group.
You’ll also have an opportunity to request help or support from some hand-picked geniuses in my network.
I’m going to bring a videographer to capture the experience.
All you have to do is show up and relax!
Special Session #1: Step-By-Step Cryptocurrency Trading Training with Brad Costanzo
In addition to creating NFTs, my good friend Brad Costanzo will be sharing his latest trading strategies step-by-step and show you how to buy and sell crypto. You’ll see alternate exchanges, alternate currencies, staking, loans, leverage and more from someone who’s doing it for real.
If you aren’t trading, this session will inspire you to start. If you are, you’ll learn advanced ideas that are hard to decipher or access.
Brad Costanzo is a serial entrepreneur, growth consultant and investor. He began dabbling in cryptocurrency investments in 2017 and in the middle of 2020 he went deep into understanding the industry and investing heavily as it began to click. He brings more conserviate trend investment approach while seeking to master innovative high yield strategies with DeFi (Decentralized Finance) protocols while also learning about the innovations in Web3 and NFT's. He went from nearly zero in crypto to a million in profit in just over a year and has the ability to simplify the understanding of a highly technical industry.
We accept BitCoin!
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One investment, $5995 or two people for $9995.
Can’t wait to break bread, connect and go deep with you!
P.S. Our #1 priority is your safety. Travel to and from Mexico is extremely safe and Mexico is very Covid compliant. You will see people wearing masks. Mexico will require a Covid test to go across the border. We support this for your safety.