Colorful, vibrant Mexico City (it's no wonder why Frida Kahlo lived here) is home to a lavish wine scene hidden beneath the exteriors of many of its hotels and restaurants. I recently pushed aside images of Mexico's capital as merely a good place for tequila and tacos and went in search of the best wine-sipping spots. I drank wine—including many Mexican wines, a treat considering so few are exported to the United States—alongside delicacies like huitlacoche, empanadas, mole, plantains, and ceviche.
Interested ? The article continues here: http://www.fodors.com/news/where-to-drink-wine-in-mexico-city-6416.html
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Written by Steve Dryden. Posted in Baja Wines
We’ve been selecting this award for the last eight years, and this is the first time we’ve had a tie. The Wine Persons of the Year for 2012 are Anthony Escalante of Roganto winery and Christoph Gartner of Vinsiterra winery.
Both of these boutique winemakers are intensely focused on creating “World Class” wine in Mexico, resulting in premium bottles of wine that validate their efforts. Rognato is a partnership of Anthony Escalante and Rogelio Sanchez del Palacio, Vinisterra is a partnership between Christoph Gartner and Guillermo Rodriguez.
Interested ? The article continues here: http://bajawineandfood.com/index.php/english/baja-wines/26-top-mexican-winemakers-2012
Wednesday, February 06, 2013
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