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Be amazed as you explore the vineyards in the semi-desert of the state of Queretaro where, although it might seem impossible for vines to grow due to the conditions of the land, you’ll be astounded to find that this is indeed possible as you visit the towns of El Marques, Tequisquiapan, Ezequiel Montes and Colon. Read more ...>>>
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. Read more ...>>>
The emerging wine market in Baja. Find out why they're more known for tequila and beer than wine. However, the Baja region now has approximately 93 wineries and that figure is growing. You'll get a chance to taste some of these International wines at the San Diego International Wine Show
Dedicated to San Marcos, this fair in the state capital of Aguascalientes features local food and beverages, as well as cockfights, bullfights, and a lavishly decorated plaza. Said to be the largest fair in Mexico Read more ...>>>
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). Read more ...>>>
Baja California's budding wine industry has been gaining traction in recent years. But the region still has a ways to go toward its goal of becoming a Mexican Napa. Fronteras reporter Jill Replogle and KPBS video journalist Katie Euphrat take us to the burgeoning wine country south of the border.