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Mexican Wine, the oldest wine of the new world!

Mexican wine has been produced since the beginnings of the sixteen hundreds when Spain was occupying what today is known as Mexico and which was named New Spain after the arrival of Cristopher Columbus in 1492.

In the north region of the country, in what today is Coahuila State, a valley in the middle of the dessert called Parras, started to grow its own grapes. These grapes were not domesticated wine grapes, meaning, that they could not be harvested to produce wine. When the Spaniards discovered this amazing event, they decided to bring grapes from the Old World and cultivate them in the New World.

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Monte Xanic Calixa Chardonnay Valle de Guadalupe, Baja California, Mexico.
Delicious ripe peaches, juicy apricots, tart green apples and sweet pineapple notes. This wine has a soft attack with refreshing acidity. It is a medium-bodied wine.
Monte Xanic Sauvignon Blanc, Valle de Guadalupe, Baja California, Mexico
Expressive notes of zesty citrus fruits such as grapefruit, key-lime and Meyer lemon. A well-balanced wine with a medium to full body.
Monte Xanic Cabernet Sauvignon, Valle de Guadalupe, Baja California, Mexico
Luscious ripe plums, dark currant and bing-cherries all make for a fruit driven core with floral hints of violets, fresh lavender & hibiscus. It's a full-bodied wine.
Rivero Gonzalez Scielo Tinto Valle de Parras, Coahuila, Mexico
Medium ruby color with purple rim. Fresh red and black fruit with oregano and spices subtle notes. Fresh with a strong tannin structure.
Monte Xanic Gran Ricardo (Bordeaux Blend), Valle de Guadalupe, Baja California, Mexico
Notes of dark currants, blueberry & mulberry followed by tones of vanilla & black pepper. The tannins are velvety and polished with a silky body.
Monte Xanic Rose (Grenache), Valle de Guadalupe, Baja California, Mexico
Ripe strawberries, raspberries, tangy exotic citrus fruits such as blood orange, tangerine, grapefruit and a twist of white flower.
Campo Viejo Cava Brut, Sparkling Wine, Spain
Round and pleasant palate with sweep spots and final reminders of apple. Balanced and open, harmonious and with a lingering finish.