Wine cultivated, produced and bottled in Mexico has had an explosion of international recognition in the past years. Today, judging by the medals accumulated in numerous international competitions, wine from Mexico is increasingly considered to be amongst the best of the world, especially coming from the largest producing region in the country: The Baja Region, in the state of Baja California Norte, Mexico. This is really not new; Wine from Mexico has experienced a renascence as part of the second wave of the explosion of “New World” wines since the 1970’s to the end of 1980’s. But there is an important question, how did Mexico become a wine producer?
Mexican food has gained a lot of attention in the states and it is well liked. Mexican beer and spirits are all the rage because of their quality, care and artisanal craftsmanship. The same goes for our wine, especially from our main wine regions like Baja California, Parras and Queretaro, which make wine comparable to Napa and many other mediterranean regions in the world. Until now, no quality Vino from Mexico from small vintners have been sold in the US. Not anymore! Get them here directly or visit the evergrowing restaurants that are carrying our wines.