Saturday, January 27, 2007

Buying Mexican wines in the United States


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. This week, I'll show you the representation of the Chateau Camou winery in the USA. Enjoy your buying of these excellent wines.

DISTRIBUTORS
ARIZONA: Quail Distributing (Phoenix, ARIZONA)Contacto:King, Carla / Armstrong, StephenSales Dept.Tel. (623) 581-8081Fax. (623) 581-6543E-mail: stephen@quaildistribuiting.com

CALIFORNIA: Torrey Wines (San Diego, CALIFORNIA)Contacto: Hill, Mitch/ ManagerTel.(858) 455-1944Fax. (858) 455-1448E-mail: torreywine@aol.com

ILLINOIS: Direct Imports (Chicago, ILLINOIS)Contacto: Cosmos, Bill/ Sales ManagerPh. (312) 466-9300fax: (312) 466-1606

TEXAS: South Tex (Dallas, Texas)Contacto: Struve, Steve/ Sales ManagerTel. (830) 281-5055Fax. (830) 569-5061

WASHINGTON: Southern Crosse Imports (Belleuve, WASHINGTON)Contacto: Lawrence, Josh/ManagerTel. (509) 346-1932Fax. (509) 989-6028E-mail: joshlawrence@southerncrosse.com

Tuesday, January 16, 2007

Nice wines at Adobe Guadalupe



Hello,

Here are some fine wines (and their assemblage) made by Adobe Guadalupe in Baja California, Mexico. Have a look.

Gabriel 2002
Red
Assemblage: Merlot 77% y Cabernet Sauvignon 23%

Serafiel 2004
Red
Assemblage: Cabernet Sauvignon 61%, Syrah 39%

Kerubiel 2004
Red
Assemblage: Syrah 30%, Tempranillo 26%, Mourvedre 17%, Grenache 13%, Cinsault 10%, Viognier 4%

Miguel 2004
Red
Assemblage: Tempranillo 74%, Grenache 14%, Cabernet Sauvignon 10%

Uriel 2005
Rose
Assemblage: Cabernet Franc, Tempranillo, Grenache, Chenin Blanc, Moscatel, Viognier, Syrah

Want to buy Mexican wines ?
Here is a good address:
http://mexicanwines.homestead.com/BuyMexicanWines.html