Wednesday, September 19, 2007

Discover the Cetto Winery



We cannot speak too highly of L.A. Cetto wines, as verified by wine writers Joanna Simon, Oz Clarke, Paul Levy and many others. The winery has just celebrated it's 75th Anniversary and is now, more than ever, producing wines of top international quality at different price points.


Cetto wines have been snatching medals at wine challenges all over the world for the past couple of decades. Most recently the 2002 Petite Sirah was highly recommended at the London International Wine Challenge 2004. The 1996 Nebbiolo won a silver medal at the London International Wine Challenge 2003 and the 1999 won a gold medal at Vinitaly 2004 competing against some of the top Barolo's in Italy!

Getting to Know Mexican Wine and Russian History


“Vino-Tourism” by Steve Dryden


Russian wine maker and grape grower David Bibayoff will present his wine and Russian Molokan history during a special evening of wine and gourmet delights on September 7th, at Chabert’s Restaurant in Rosarito Beach, Baja California, Mexico. Come and experience a rare opportunity to learn about the community of Russian Molokan immigrants who moved into Guadalupe Valley around 1905.


In addition to good wine and gourmet culinary delights we'll be featuring handcrafted woven wine cooler baskets from the Kumiai Indians during a fundraiser for the medical needs of the Kumiai of San Antonio Necua. This evening 85 lucky guests will experience some unique wine, meet an entertaining and charming Russian, and discover custom-made handcrafted items created by the native people of Baja California. The event begins at 6:30 pm and will be hosted by David Bibayoff, Laura Torres and Steve Dryden.


Taste a wonderful mexican Syrah


Petite Syrah, La Cetto. Year : 2002/03


What a surprise, a Mexican wine of quality! This is a really interesting wine, complex, full, a smooth texture, rich with aromas of dark chocolate, fruity flavours of cherries. A real talking piece!


Want to buy it ?

Price Per Bottle : £6.84


Tuesday, September 11, 2007

Do you know the mexican wines from Adobe Guadalupe ? (2/2)


Miguel 2004 Red


Assemblage: Tempranillo 74%, Grenache 14%, Cabernet Sauvignon 10%
In barrel : 11 months
Ageing: half high


Production: 14,224 bottles
Enologist: Hugo D 'Acosta

Do you know the mexican wines from Adobe Guadalupe ? (1/2)


Uriel 2005 Rose


Assemblage: Cabernet Franc, Tempranillo, Grenache, Chenin Blanc, Moscatel, Viognier, Syrah
Production: 4,800 bottles
Enologist: Hugo D 'Acosta


Come and discover mexican wines at the Sheraton


The 24-story Sheraton Centro Historico Hotel, Mexico City, Mexico is two blocks from Paseo de la Reforma Avenue, two miles from Zona Rosa, and approximately six miles from Mexico City Benito Juarez International Airport.


Hotel amenities include the fitness and business centers, El Cardenal Restaurant, Los Dones (gourmet restaurant), Sedevino Wine Bar, and Lobby Bar.


SEDEVINO WINE BAR


HOURS

-FROM 1300HRS TO 2200HRS MON TUE WED THU SUN

-FROM 1300HRS TO 2300HRS FRI SAT


RESTAURANT DESCRIPTION -

THE MOST RECENT WINE CONCEPT. MORE THAN 200 FINE WINES

TO TASTE.

Friday, September 07, 2007

Export/Import opportunity for Mexican wine


Hello!


My name is Oscar Chavez, I am a distrbutor of Mexican wine in the area of Chicago IL.


Those interested in buying wine from Cavas Vamar and Vinisterra,
please contact me at630-640-0247
E-mail oscar@lasvendimias.com


I will be happy to assist you


Oscar Chavez

Thursday, September 06, 2007

Picture exhibition about mexican wines and wineries

Come and enjoy the picture exhibition about mexican wines at Valla de Guadalupe
Pictures from Enrique Fuentes
17 pictures in big sizes in the open aire
KM39 of the motorway between Ensenada and Tecate

Tourism in the wine region of Baja California



Mexican wines and wineries from Mexico suggest you three ways of touring around the wine regions of Baja California:


Do you want to visit the Baja California Vintners ?
The "Comite de Turismo y Convenciones de Ensenada" offers you an opportunity...
http://www.sdro.com/cotucoeda/winery.htm

The Mexico Tourism Board offers also details on how to visit these interesting region of wineries in the north of Mexico.
Look at it here :
http://mexicanwines.homestead.com/BajaTourism.htmlBajaTourism.html


Baja California Tours of San Diego provides a variety of guided Baja winery tours that includes transportation to and from San Diego.
More info here: http://www.sdro.com/cotucoeda/winery.htm

Even More about tourism
- visit the wineries
- visit Chateau Camou
- look at our wine book