Mexico has the oldest wine producing industry in the America’s. Vine cuttings from Spain were sent to conquistador Cortez in the early 1500’s and by 1524, vineyards were a major crop planting for Spanish settlers. The Village of Valle de Gaudalupe in Baja California has over 100 wineries that are producing some world class wines. Good examples of Cabernet Sauvignon, Tempranillo and Chardonnay lead production in one of the worlds most unheralded regions.

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