Wednesday, December 30, 2015

Wine Country News from Guadalupe Valley 

Last night, during a wedding event held at Vinisterra winery in San Antonio de las Minas I sampled some wonderful new releases of wine. Lately, I’m been so busy working that I’ve missed the finer things in life

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Tuesday, December 29, 2015

Ruta del Vino:  Build and They Will Drink

“A Field of Dreams” is what I call vineyards in the Baja California wine country. I think every person who plants grapes has dreams of creating something personal, special and significant. As a grape grower I maintain an intimate relationship with grape vines, my own private Italian family of Nebbiolo grapes
              Look at it here...>>>

Tuesday, December 22, 2015

Training about mexican wines

Some universities in California (US) and in Mexico give training in gastronomy and in enology (wines etc.) or training for sommeliers. Are you interested by this subject ?
Look for more details here

Friday, December 18, 2015

Thursday, December 17, 2015

Mexican wines have improved

You'll find some, but not many in the US. Because of the heavy export duties to the United States, they haven't been recognized as they should. One suggestion is Duetto, made in both California and Mexico. It's made from two kinds of grapes grown in each place. 

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Wednesday, December 16, 2015

Other opinion about Mexican wines

15 - 20 years ago friends and I would go to a great French restaurant in Mexicali, but the problem would always be the wine. French wines cost as much as the meal. Most Mexican wines (like Santo Thomas) weren't much good.

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Tuesday, December 15, 2015

Opinion about Mexican wines (anonymous)

Quiz time everyone! Where is the oldest winery in the entire western hemisphere (in all the Americas -- from the Arctic Circle all the way down to Tierra Fuego)? Maybe California you say? Nope. Chile? 

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Monday, December 14, 2015

Opinion about Mexican wines by Pollak


Yes, it's me again, but this time I am not here to talk about the elixir of the gods called Tequila, but about a much more common product… wine.
Wine production is widely spread throughout the globe. Not only countries like France, Italy, Spain, the United States or Australia produce wine.

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Friday, December 11, 2015

Opinion about Mexican wines

Mexican wine is fast becoming another success in the international drinks market, following the remarkable popularity attained by Mexican beer. A combination of modern technology and wine-making expertise has resulted in the production of high class wines in Mexico that are rapidly breaking into international markets.

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Wednesday, December 09, 2015

Vinomex, your website for fine wines made in Mexico

Vino Mex, more than 90.000 visits a year to the different websites. This is your website for fine wines made in Mexico.

Other websites:
- Wines from Mexico. Meet the professionals of the Mexican wine sector

Tuesday, December 08, 2015

Do you know the history of Baja's wine region ?

In 1791, Jesuit priests established the "Mision de Santo Tomas" in Baja California, about 90 miles south of present day San Diego. They brought and planted vines of grapes named "uva mision" (mission grape), and produced the first wines in the Californias.

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Monday, December 07, 2015

Discover the climate of Baja's wine region

The chain of mountains dividing this peninsular generates two different types of climate: 
the western part which has a moderate climate, thanks to the winds of the Pacific ocean which flow to the east 

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Friday, December 04, 2015

Let's visit the mexican wine region of Sonora

The two important wine growing regions in this state are Hermosillo and Caborca. In Hermosillo the annual temperatures range from 53.42 ° F (11.9°C) to 86 ° F (30 °C). On average it is a warm 73.4 ° F (23°C). 

Thursday, December 03, 2015

Training about mexican wines


Some universities in California (US) and in Mexico give training in gastronomy and in enology (wines etc.) or training for sommeliers. Are you interested by this subject ?

Look for more details here ...>>>

Wednesday, December 02, 2015

Buy Mexican wines at the wineries

Another way to get Mexican wine is contacting each individual winery in Mexico. You will find their complete contact data (addresses, phones, e-mail etc) on this webpage. 

Tuesday, December 01, 2015

Mexican and wineries from Mexico Discover the Mexican winegrowers and vintners

Visit the wine regions in the tourism section. 

2. List of Mexican grapes, used 
by the vintners and winegrowers. 

3. Discover the wineries of Mexico, from Baja California to the wine region of Queretaro.

Monday, November 30, 2015

Let's visit the mexican wine region of the Laguna


This region is situated in the Coahuila and Durango States. It has a desert climate with an average annual temperature of  64.4 ° F (18 °C.)

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Friday, November 27, 2015

Let's visit the mexican wine region of Aguascalientes, Queretaro and Zacatecas

This area covers the states of AguascalientesZacatecas and Queretaro. The vineyards in Queretaro are distributed in the San Juan del Rio and Tequisquiapan Valleys. 

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Thursday, November 26, 2015

Buy Mexican wines from Chateau Camou in the USA

Many winelovers of Mexican wines often ask me where they can buy Mexican wines in the United states. It's not that easy but some wine producers in Mexico have agreements with wine shops in some states of the US

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Friday, November 20, 2015

Vine and red wine varietals

Discover here the wine grapes and varietals of vines raised by the Mexican wineries. There is a list of vines at the left and of wineries at the right. These wine grapes can be used for sole varietals wines in Mexico.

Thursday, November 19, 2015

Wines from Mexico Meet the professionals of the Mexican wine sector

Discover the official Mexican wine classification which includes three types related to information on the bottles' labels.
  • Varietales
  • Combinadas
  • De Origen

Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Mexican wine profesionals

Discover our profesional website about Mexican wines: restaurants, wineries, sommeliers, wineclubs and other Mexican wine profesionals

Tuesday, November 17, 2015

History Mexican wines and wineries from Mexico (4)

Chapter 4: After the second World War

Only in the period of stability post-1940 did a modern winemaking industry emerge, helped by rigorous protectionism. There was revived interest in table wines in the twentieth century. 
  

Monday, November 16, 2015

History Mexican wines and wineries from Mexico (3)

Chapter 3: From the 19th century till World War II

At the end of the XIX th century, the Concannon family, pioneer in the Californian state (Livermore Valley, US) convinced the Mexican government to take advantage of the viticultural potential of the country and introduced a dozen French vine types and varietals in Mexico

Friday, November 13, 2015

History Mexican wines and wineries from Mexico (2)

Chapter 2: The first downturn

The vines from Europe adapted well to their new environment and were so productive that one could make wine and brandy. The development of the industry was nipped in the bud however when Madrid totally prohibited the making of wine in order to protect Spanish home-grown product.

Thursday, November 12, 2015

History Mexican wines and wineries from Mexico (1)

Chapter 1: The beginning and the developpment

The Mexicans are the oldest American wine producers. In the pre-Columbian age (before the arrival of the Spanish conquerors) the Indians used the vine to produce a drink to which they added other fruits and honey.
  

Wednesday, November 11, 2015

Vino Mex, more than 90.000 visits a year to the different websites.

Vino Mex, more than 90.000 visits a year to the different websites. This is your website for fine wines made in Mexico.

Other websites:
- Wines from Mexico. Meet the professionals of the Mexican wine sector
- Mexican and wineries from Mexico.Discover the Mexican winegrowers and vintners

Discover also our blog here: http://mexicanwineries.blogspot.com

Tuesday, November 10, 2015

Wines from Mexico

1. Wineries, producing fine Mexican  wine from Baja California to Queretaro. 
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2. Wine clubs, opportunities to buy wines or to participate at wine tastings
3. Restaurants, where to enjoy a fine Mexican wine with your plate.
4. Buy wines, or how to get through the Internet Mexican wines
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5. Other profesionals in the Mexican 
                                                            wine business, like training offers or 
                                                            information      about tariffs and the 
                                                            Mexican wine market.
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Monday, November 09, 2015

Buy Mexican Wine

Where can you buy Mexican wine in Mexico and in the US ? How to buy these wines on the Internet ?  Look hereafter for interesting addresses:

Friday, November 06, 2015

Baja California - Presentation

 One region has become the leader in reviving the reputation of Mexican wines, and, perhaps tellingly, it lies just above the 30th parallel. 90% of Mexican quality wine comes from northern Baja California, centering around the city of Ensenada.