Tuesday, September 28, 2010

BAJA - Mexican Wines Scored High in International Competition

The 18th annual International Wine Competition "Ensenada, Tierra del Vino," took place at the Hotel Coral and Marina, in Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico.

The winners for the 2010 competition were:

Vitivinicola Emeve , SA de CV, of Baja California won four gold medals, including the Grand Award for their Malbec, the top wine of 2010.

Bodegas de Santo Tomas also won four golds; Viñedos Las Nubes SA de CV won four golds; Viñedos La Farga won three gold medals; Fresno State Winery won three golds; Robledo Family Winery of Sonoma, California won three golds; Hacienda Las Lomita won a gold and two silvers; Vinicola Torres Alegre won two golds; Viñas de Garza won two golds; Azienda Vinicola Rivera won two golds; Bodegas de Baron Balch’e won two golds; Bodegas Vinicola Real S.L. won two golds; Cavas Valmar won a gold; Vinart won a gold; MD won a gold; and Casa Pedro Domecq won a gold.

Of the gold medals awarded 23 went to Mexico
 

Monday, September 27, 2010

News - "mexican wines"

Fine Mexican Wines at Adobe Guadalupe Vineyards and Inn
Tru and Don Miller were the first major California investors in Mexico's premier wine country, located in the Valle de Guadalupe of northwestern Baja ...
www.mexidata.info/id2816.html

Sunday, September 12, 2010

Tasting Mexican Wine: San Lorenzo and Monte Xanic

Mexican wine is something I haven’t devoted much time to up to this point in my wine journey. Over the years, I have tasted a few of the LA Cetto wines, but that had pretty much been it. So, when I received an email through this site from Eduardo Ramirez asking if I’d like to try a few Mexican wines, I jumped at the chance. I met Eduardo a while later to chat about the wines he represents and to accept 4 samples.

Interested ? Article continues here: http://www.vinifico.com/?p=2368

Saturday, September 11, 2010

Wines from Mexico introduced to India


The other day I had the opportunity to taste what was in effect the first introduction of Mexican wines to India at the residence of Ambassador Jaime Nualart of Mexico. And if these examples are anything to go by, I hope we'll see more of them in future, says Reva K. Singh.

Interested ? Article continues here: http://www.sommelierindia.com/blog/2010/08/wines_from_mexico_test_the_wat.html