As the sun and the warm air ascend, aromas of chaparral drift languidly down from the fading mountains, creating a strong desire to remain immersed in the outdoors.
Mexico is truly a world-class culture that deserves a seat at the table amongst the best in our trade.
There are three major wine producing areas, with Baja producing 90% of Mexico’s wine.
Mexico is the oldest wine-growing region in the Americas.
Not traditionally a wine-drinking country, interest in Mexican wine has grown in popularity and reputation throughout the world.
Winemaking in Mexico began with the arrival of the Spanish in the 16th Century when Spaniards brought vines from Europe.
Valle de Guadalupe is one of the few places in the world where premium wine grapes can be grown.
Wine production and consumption in Mexico has been on the rise in both quantity and quality since the 1980s, despite competition from foreign wines and a 40% tax on the product.