It’s production house, “St. The wine has excellent complexity and superior quality. Freixenet. It has a fruity aroma to pineapple, apple, pear and peach which is reflected in the taste with fresh notes, pleasant acidity and effervescence. This wine is ideal with meats and light cheeses. Allspice finish is a surprise win. Vega Silica’s Unico 1967 is a blend of 10% Cabernet Sauvignon, 75% Tinta Fino, 10% Malbec, Merlot and Albarino which is white grape variety. The Chenin Colombard 2016 is one of the best wines produced by Mexican Cellars. Serve at 6-8 degree Celsius and as a companion of seafood, snacks, seafood, and meat dishes along with desserts. COMMENTdocument.getElementById("comment").setAttribute( "id", "a37be9e8a6862cc80561a79311951569" );document.getElementById("hb14b686cf").setAttribute( "id", "comment" ); Designed by Elegant Themes | Powered by WordPress. Wines are produced from the grapes processed on the property. With more than 500 years of history, today we can say that the wine production in Mexico is gaining importance nationally and internationally. The recommended  pairing for this wine is with seafood, paella and soft cheeses. Sierra Blanca Sauvignon Blan. It is Medium length with herbal notes on the palate and zesty finish pair perfectly with roasted vegetables, pasta salad, and pesto sauce. LA Cetto produces half of Mexico’s wine. The family owns approximately 500 hectare in Valle de San Vincente and 600 hectares of vines in the Valle de Guadalupe. Contains 100% Zinfandel and works perfectly with lamb and goat cheese. In the mouth it has a flavor of anise, lilacs and fresh red fruits. It has spicy notes from American oak barrels and 11 months aging in French. The exquisite and well-balanced wine is devastatingly good. The smoky finish with a bit of acidity adds to its complexity. This wine goes perfectly with grilled red meats, roasted chicken and different types of cheeses. Ideal with red meats, pastas, cheeses and fish. Miguel 2006. Casa Madero. This wine from the “Valle de Guadalupe” in Baja California, Mexico. This mix resulted as a fresh wine and with aromas such as raspberries and cherries . Minty, bold with hints of strawberry, blueberry, purple hibiscus flowers, and cranberry truly envelops the senses. It emphasizes balanced acidity with notes of nuts. Monte Xanic. Cabernet  Sauvignon and Merlot. Thomas” had its origins with the arrival of Jesuit missionaries in this country. Wine from “Ezequiel de los Montes”, Queretaro, Mexico. Siete Zinfandel 2005. Let’s have a look at famous Mexican wines. The generous and voluptuous nature of Mexico wine goes hand-in-hand. We have already presented some of the great wines we have in our country, now is your turn to decide which one you want to bring to your table. This wine is the result of a mix of several varietals such as Cabernet Franc, Tempranillo, Grenache, Chenin Blanc, Muscat, Viognier, Syrah, etc. The wine is intense with baked black cherries, apricot blossom, licorice, singed leather, and eau-de-vie. Mexico is popular for Tequila and beer, but it is home to the wine industry too. Today there are 100 wineries and almost 1000 labels present in Baja alone. The wine is low on acidity. Siete Zinfandel 2005. Mexican cellars produce varieties of exotic Mexican wines and first and only one to take Mexican wines to Australia so that people can experience the awesome wines. This wine is aged for 24-26 months in new American oak barrels which provide a taste of black fruit, cinnamon, hazelnut and semisweet chocolate. This is a dry wine with acidity. This wine contains 100% chardonnay, and is aged for 6 months in new French white oak barrels which provide. The fruit comes out crisp and sapid.