The roof of the main building at Alximia winery in Baja collects rainwater and captures maritime breezes blowing across the valley, cooling the facility by 10 degrees even during the summer.
The roof of the main building at Alximia winery in Baja collects rainwater and captures maritime breezes blowing across the valley, cooling the facility by 10 degrees even during the summer. Mike Dunne
The roof of the main building at Alximia winery in Baja collects rainwater and captures maritime breezes blowing across the valley, cooling the facility by 10 degrees even during the summer. Mike Dunne
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Mike Dunne is a freelance wine writer, wine judge and consultant who divides his time between Sacramento and San Jose del Cabo, Baja California Sur. He is a former food editor, wine columnist and restaurant critic of The Sacramento Bee and continues to write a biweekly wine column for The Bee. Reach him by email.

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