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Top Five Wines In Mexico

Top Five Wines In Mexico

Wines In Mexico:

We all know the relaxation that comes with taking good quality wine. In some instances, the wine can revive your joy, cool your tempers and provides oil to your dying flame of life. This is exactly what you get when you take fine wine from Mexico. As a heads up, Mexico has been cultivating grapes for the purposes of making wine for a very long time. In that case, there is no doubt that the country is one of the finest producers of wine in the world. In this article, we will look at some of the best wines in the country.

What are the top five brands of wines produced in Mexico?

If you are an expert in tasting and have clear knowledge about the products, you know that there are different types of wines including red, rose, white and sparkling wine. Mexico produces all of these types of wines and all of them are great qualities. Here are some of the best according to our analysis:

#1 Adobe Guadalupe. Miguel 2006:

Adobe Guadalupe. Miguel 2006

This brand of wine stays in the barrels for over eleven months for the purposes of aging. It contains about 80% Tempranillo. It also contains Grenache and Sauvignon though in small quantities. Mexico’s citizens love this brand of wine because of its quality and the brand. Whether at home or outdoor events, this wine is ideal with cheeses, fish or pasta. It depends on your preference.

#2 St Thomas. Unico 2005. Cabernet Sauvignon and Melot:

St Thomas. Unico 2005. Cabernet Sauvignon and Melot

From its name, you can tell that this wine has Cabernet and Melot for its making. The former forms the major parts of the ingredients occupying 65% while the latter forms the remaining percentage. The House that produces this wine, St. Thomas has a good history thereby contributing to its brand’s prowess in the market. With light cheeses and meat, you can take this wine together.

#3 Casa Madero. Chardonnay Casa Grande:

Casa Madero. Chardonnay Casa Grande

This is an example of white wine produced in the country. Casa Madero is the Company responsible for producing the wine that has 100% Chardonnay for its making. Before distribution, the wine undergoes aging for over six months making it top class.

#4 La Cetto. Sierra Blanca Sauvignon Blan:

La Cetto. Sierra Blanca Sauvignon Blan

According to experts in the field of wines, this particular white wine from Mexico uses one of the latest wine making techniques. This brand is also responsible for replacing the infamous cork with an alternative top by the name Stelvin. With salads, pasta, and seafood, you will be able to enjoy this wine better.

#5 Adobe Guadalupe. Uril. Cabernet Franc, Tempranillo:

Adobe Guadalupe. Uril. Cabernet Franc, Tempranillo

This is one of the best rose wines not only in Mexico but also all over the globe. To achieve its taste, the wine House responsible for producing this brand of wine mixes several varietals. The varietals include Chenin Blanc, Muscat, and Syrah amongst others. In the end, the wine tastes like Cherries and raspberries.


Mexico is a country known for its prowess in producing different types and brands of wines. Even though the country produces very many brands of wine, we have selected a few (above) that we think makes the top five lists.

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