Casa Madero Chardonnay 2019

Hey guys!! let’s taste a really interesting Chardonnay from Mexico In 1893, the hacienda was bought by Evaristo Madero, patriarch of the Madero family and grandfather of Francisco I Madero, who would later start the Mexican Revolution of 1910 and eventually become president of Mexico. With over 400 years of winemaking tradition, Casa Madero manages…

San Juanito Malbec 2014

Hi guys, today let’s head to Mexico with a Malbec produced by @vinosanjuanito. Let me introduce you to San Juanito, a winery located not far from Tequisquiapan, in the Mexican state of Queretaro and in the heart of the wine and cheese route. Though my heart is deeply rooted in Argentina Malbec, I have to admit we also find some very good ones in Mexico,…

Hacienda Florida Cabernet/Shiraz

Hi guys, today I want to share with you a wonderful Cabernet Sauvignon and Shiraz blend I tasted yesterday, this is a real jewel, it won the “Grand Gold Medal” and Jury Prize at the Sélections Mondiales des Vins Canada 2020 edition, and you know what?? It comes from Mexico!! It is produced by Hacienda la…

Cuna de Tierra, first winery in Guanajuato

Known as Cuna de Tierra, Bodegas Vega Manchón is the oldest vineyard in Dolores Hidalgo, Guanajuato located at 337km from Mexico City. They led the resurgence of wine making in the area, producing their first wine in 2005 from old French varietal vines planted on the ranch in the early 90’s by friends Don Juan…

Bodegas de Santo Tomas ‘Mision’ Blanco 2012

Misión blanco is a wine that embodies the spirit of Baja California.  Brigth yellow with some golden hints. Some apricot, peach and some citric.  Ligth wine with mid persistence, silky with some acidity and bitter sense at end. Ensenada is a large municipality of Baja California, Mexico. Almost 90% of Mexican wine production occurs here. Ensenada’s wine region production centers…

Viñedos Encinillas Megacero 2016

Encinillas wines are produced in the hull of La Hacienda de Encinillas, located next to the old Camino Real (recently declared a World Heritage Site) a trail that communicated Mexico City with Santa Fe, New Mexico, today still a present vestige that keeps us attentive to its history. The terroir of which the Encinillas Valley…