The wine culture in Mexico has been increasing gradually over the years. Every year, there are new labels or new vintages that stand out for their quality and even win awards. In the XVIII century, in the International Bacchus Wine Competition 2020, Mexican labels showed the entire what Mexico is capable of and that can be compared to countries such as Chile, France, Spain, and others.

Mexican wines have a great variety of characteristics, depending on the region where they are grown, among which the sweet wines of Coahuilla stand out, or the wines of Zacatecas with their earthy character, the sparkling wines of Querétaro are also a good alternative, while those of Baja California have that fruity touch thanks to the altitudes of this region and its Mediterranean climates.
The most popular grapes in this country are: Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon, Ugni Blanc, Carignan, Merlot, Syrah

Here are some notable selections from Mexico:

These wines reflect the vibrant and diverse winemaking culture of Mexico, offering a unique experience for wine enthusiasts.