Best Wine Tastings and Tours in Mexico
Possibly, the first thing that comes to mind when thinking about alcoholic beverages of Mexico is the tequila, or maybe the refreshing beers. However, Mexico is the oldest wine-growing country in the whole American continent!
First planted in the 16th Century by the Spanish, the Mexico wine country counts more than 2500 hectares of vines. The flagship wine to taste here is the Cabernet Sauvignon, monovarietal or blended, the most planted grape variety in Mexico. The Aragon native black-skinned grape Carignan comes in second place, and Merlot comes in third.
Explore the wine regions like Baja Califonia, where comes 90% of the Mexican wine. Places like Coahuila and Querétaro might be smaller in production but great in beauty. Book now your visit to the best wine tasting and tours in Mexico at WineTouris.com.