Guess which one exists:
A) Mexican merlot.
B) Norwegian tequila.
C) Guatemalan champagne.
If you’re still unsure, you clearly haven’t lived... at least not in a cube suspended above Mexican wine country.
Introducing Endémico, a new collection of well-appointed cube dwellings built into the mountains of Mexico’s hidden vineyards, opening today in Valle de Guadalupe.
If you’re looking to ditch your troubles and fall off the grid/wagon for a while, Mexican wine country is your play. You’ll live in a 200-square-foot box—actually, a modish cabin sticking up from boulders on stilts, with a wall of glass overlooking the sprawling vineyards below, and a wine cooler from which you can sample its many fruits.
You’ll rise in the afternoon and toast your late-summer fling with a glass of grenache on your private sundeck (don’t worry: you’ll be given complimentary sombreros at check-in). Between wine classes and day trips to Tijuana, you’ll have your hands full, which is why you should set aside some time to just frolic in a Hollywood Hills–style infinity pool that spills over a cliff’s edge and feast on Chocolata Clam au Gratin from the hotel’s restaurant.
Which pretty much covers the wine-pairing food groups.