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  • BAJA CALIFORNIA - NOVEMBER 25, 2013:  Natalia Badan, owner of the Mogor Badan winery, walks through her vineyard in the Valle de Guadalupe. Badan, a lifelong resident of the valley, and others in Mexico's wine country are protesting the mayor's relaxing of zoning regulations they say will lead to a drastic change in the culture of  the popular tourist destination.  CREDIT: Max Whittaker for The New York Times
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  • EL PORVENIR, BAJA CALIFORNIA - NOVEMBER 27, 2013:  Land is for sale in the popular and growing wine region of Valle de Guadalupe. Residents and wineries in Mexico's wine country are protesting the mayor's relaxing of zoning regulations they say will lead to a drastic change in the culture of  the popular tourist destination.  CREDIT: Max Whittaker for The New York Times
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  • ENSENADA, BAJA CALIFORNIA - NOVEMBER 26, 2013:   Raymundo de la Mora, president of the Ensenada city council, defends mayor Enrique Pelayo Torres' relaxing of zoning regulations in Baja's Valle de Guadalupe. Residents and wineries in Mexico's wine country are protesting the new regulations they say will lead to a drastic change in the culture of  the popular tourist destination.  CREDIT: Max Whittaker for The New York Times
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  • BAJA CALIFORNIA - NOVEMBER 26, 2013:  A vineyard in Baja California's Valle de Guadalupe wine region. Residents and wineries in Mexico's wine country are protesting the mayor's relaxing of zoning regulations they say will lead to a drastic change in the culture of  the popular tourist destination.  CREDIT: Max Whittaker for The New York Times
    BajaCalifor...jpg
  • BAJA CALIFORNIA - NOVEMBER 25, 2013:  Wine barrels are stored in Hugo D'Acosta's Parelelo winery in the Valle de Guadalupe. Residents and wineries in Mexico's wine country are protesting the mayor's relaxing of zoning regulations they say will lead to a drastic change in the culture of  the popular tourist destination.  CREDIT: Max Whittaker for The New York Times
    BajaCalifor...jpg
  • BAJA CALIFORNIA - NOVEMBER 25, 2013:  Natalia Badan, owner of the Mogor Badan winery, walks through her vineyard in the Valle de Guadalupe. Badan, a lifelong resident of the valley, and others in Mexico's wine country are protesting the mayor's relaxing of zoning regulations they say will lead to a drastic change in the culture of  the popular tourist destination.  CREDIT: Max Whittaker for The New York Times
    BajaCalifor...jpg
  • BAJA CALIFORNIA - NOVEMBER 25, 2013:  Natalia Badan, owner of the Mogor Badan winery, in her Valle de Guadalupe vineyard. Badan, a lifelong resident of the valley, and others in Mexico's wine country are protesting the mayor's relaxing of zoning regulations they say will lead to a drastic change in the culture of  the popular tourist destination.  CREDIT: Max Whittaker for The New York Times
    BajaCalifor...jpg
  • BAJA CALIFORNIA - NOVEMBER 25, 2013:  Natalia Badan, owner of the Mogor Badan winery, poses for a portrait in her Valle de Guadalupe vineyard. Badan, a lifelong resident of the valley, and others in Mexico's wine country are protesting the mayor's relaxing of zoning regulations they say will lead to a drastic change in the culture of  the popular tourist destination.  CREDIT: Max Whittaker for The New York Times
    BajaCalifor...jpg
  • BAJA CALIFORNIA - NOVEMBER 25, 2013:  Natalia Badan, owner of the Mogor Badan winery, walks through her vineyard in the Valle de Guadalupe. Badan, a lifelong resident of the valley, and others in Mexico's wine country are protesting the mayor's relaxing of zoning regulations they say will lead to a drastic change in the culture of  the popular tourist destination.  CREDIT: Max Whittaker for The New York Times
    BajaCalifor...jpg
  • BAJA CALIFORNIA - NOVEMBER 25, 2013:  Natalia Badan, owner of the Mogor Badan winery, pours wine in her Valle de Guadalupe wine cave. Badan, a lifelong resident of the valley, and others in Mexico's wine country are protesting the mayor's relaxing of zoning regulations they say will lead to a drastic change in the culture of  the popular tourist destination.  CREDIT: Max Whittaker for The New York Times
    BajaCalifor...jpg
  • BAJA CALIFORNIA - NOVEMBER 26, 2013:  Sunrise over the Valle de Guadalupe, Mexico's wine region. Residents and wineries in Mexico's wine country are protesting the mayor's relaxing of zoning regulations they say will lead to a drastic change in the culture of  the popular tourist destination.  CREDIT: Max Whittaker for The New York Times
    BajaCalifor...jpg
  • BAJA CALIFORNIA - NOVEMBER 26, 2013:  A new vineyard is planted in Baja California's Valle de Guadalupe wine region. The popular tourist destination has seen rapid growth. Residents and wineries in Mexico's wine country are protesting the mayor's relaxing of zoning regulations they say will lead to a drastic change in the culture of  the popular tourist destination.  CREDIT: Max Whittaker for The New York Times
    BajaCalifor...jpg
  • BAJA CALIFORNIA - NOVEMBER 26, 2013:  A new vineyard is planted in Baja California's Valle de Guadalupe wine region. The popular tourist destination has seen rapid growth. Residents and wineries in Mexico's wine country are protesting the mayor's relaxing of zoning regulations they say will lead to a drastic change in the culture of  the popular tourist destination.  CREDIT: Max Whittaker for The New York Times
    BajaCalifor...jpg
  • BAJA CALIFORNIA - NOVEMBER 26, 2013:  Trendy tourist cabins sit on a ridge at the Encuentro Guadalupe winery in the Valle de Guadalupe. Residents and wineries in Mexico's wine country are protesting the mayor's relaxing of zoning regulations they say will lead to a drastic change in the culture of  the popular tourist destination.  CREDIT: Max Whittaker for The New York Times
    BajaCalifor...jpg
  • BAJA CALIFORNIA - NOVEMBER 26, 2013:  Baja California's Valle de Guadalupe wine region is a popular tourist destination. Residents and wineries in Mexico's wine country are protesting the mayor's relaxing of zoning regulations they say will lead to a drastic change in the culture of  the popular tourist destination.  CREDIT: Max Whittaker for The New York Times
    BajaCalifor...jpg
  • BAJA CALIFORNIA - NOVEMBER 26, 2013:  L.A. Cetto is one of the largest wineries in Baja California's Valle de Guadalupe wine region is a popular tourist destination. Residents and wineries in Mexico's wine country are protesting the mayor's relaxing of zoning regulations they say will lead to a drastic change in the culture of  the popular tourist destination.  CREDIT: Max Whittaker for The New York Times
    BajaCalifor...jpg
  • BAJA CALIFORNIA - NOVEMBER 26, 2013:  Baja California's Valle de Guadalupe wine region is a popular tourist destination. Residents and wineries in Mexico's wine country are protesting the mayor's relaxing of zoning regulations they say will lead to a drastic change in the culture of  the popular tourist destination.  CREDIT: Max Whittaker for The New York Times
    BajaCalifor...jpg
  • BAJA CALIFORNIA - NOVEMBER 26, 2013:  Ivan Hidalgo tastes wine at Hugo D'Acosta's La Casa de Piedra winery . Residents and wineries in Mexico's wine country are protesting the mayor's relaxing of zoning regulations they say will lead to a drastic change in the culture of  the popular tourist destination.  CREDIT: Max Whittaker for The New York Times
    BajaCalifor...jpg
  • BAJA CALIFORNIA - NOVEMBER 26, 2013:  Ivan Hidalgo tastes wine at Hugo D'Acosta's La Casa de Piedra winery . Residents and wineries in Mexico's wine country are protesting the mayor's relaxing of zoning regulations they say will lead to a drastic change in the culture of  the popular tourist destination.  CREDIT: Max Whittaker for The New York Times
    BajaCalifor...jpg
  • BAJA CALIFORNIA - NOVEMBER 26, 2013:  Winemaker Hugo D'Acosta poses for a portrait at his La Casa de Piedra winery . Residents and wineries in Mexico's wine country are protesting the mayor's relaxing of zoning regulations they say will lead to a drastic change in the culture of  the popular tourist destination.  CREDIT: Max Whittaker for The New York Times
    BajaCalifor...jpg
  • BAJA CALIFORNIA - NOVEMBER 26, 2013:  Winemaker Hugo D'Acosta's La Casa de Piedra winery . Residents and wineries in Mexico's wine country are protesting the mayor's relaxing of zoning regulations they say will lead to a drastic change in the culture of  the popular tourist destination.  CREDIT: Max Whittaker for The New York Times
    BajaCalifor...jpg
  • BAJA CALIFORNIA - NOVEMBER 26, 2013:  Winemaker Hugo D'Acosta's La Casa de Piedra winery . Residents and wineries in Mexico's wine country are protesting the mayor's relaxing of zoning regulations they say will lead to a drastic change in the culture of  the popular tourist destination.  CREDIT: Max Whittaker for The New York Times
    BajaCalifor...jpg
  • BAJA CALIFORNIA - NOVEMBER 26, 2013:  Wine barrels are stored at Hugo D'Acosta's La Casa de Piedra winery . Residents and wineries in Mexico's wine country are protesting the mayor's relaxing of zoning regulations they say will lead to a drastic change in the culture of  the popular tourist destination.  CREDIT: Max Whittaker for The New York Times
    BajaCalifor...jpg
  • ENSENADA, BAJA CALIFORNIA - NOVEMBER 26, 2013:  A lack of water is one of the main topics of conversation at a panel discussion on Ensenada mayor Enrique Pelayo Torres relaxing of zoning regulations in Baja's Valle de Guadalupe. Residents and wineries in Mexico's wine country are protesting the new regulations they say will lead to a drastic change in the culture of  the popular tourist destination.  CREDIT: Max Whittaker for The New York Times
    BajaCalifor...jpg
  • ENSENADA, BAJA CALIFORNIA - NOVEMBER 26, 2013:   Raymundo de la Mora, president of the Ensenada city council, defends mayor Enrique Pelayo Torres' relaxing of zoning regulations in Baja's Valle de Guadalupe. Residents and wineries in Mexico's wine country are protesting the new regulations they say will lead to a drastic change in the culture of  the popular tourist destination.  CREDIT: Max Whittaker for The New York Times
    BajaCalifor...jpg


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