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Mexico’s Growing Wine Scene


Mexico’s Growing Wine Scene

Grape vines were first planted in Mexico in the 1530s by Spanish settlers. One estate can trace its lineage back to 1597. Want to know more?  Here’s a great article from the Wall Street Journal.

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Wine?  Mexico? Recycling? You Bet!

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Wine? Mexico? Recycling? You Bet!


Have we got your interest?  Read “The Hippest Winery in Mexico is Made of Recycled Boats.”

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