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L.A. Cetto

Valle de Guadalupe Merlot 2022

Always a favorite at Puerta…our first Mexican wine…impressed! — a month ago

Janet Stone
with Janet

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Nebbiolo 2017

What a surprise for a Mexican Nebbiolo! Medium bodied and spice like — 2 years ago

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Valle de Guadalupe Cabernet Sauvignon

Suave aroma delicado sabor excelente — 2 years ago

Hirotake Ooka

Cornas Syrah

It tastes like the back of a fucking L.A. school bus. Now they probably didn't de-stem, hoping for some semblance of concentration, crushed it up with leaves and mice, and then wound up with this rancid tar and turpentine bullshit. — 3 months ago

Chris liked this

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Reserva Privada Valle de Guadalupe Vino Tinto Nebbiolo 2017

Smooth and fuity. Well balanced on mouth — 8 months ago

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Don Luis Cetto Selección Reservada Merlot 2017

Great Mexican wine from Baja California!!! — 2 years ago

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Primavera Rosé Cabernet Sauvignon 2020

Extremely light and pleasant rosé of Cabernet Sauvignon from south of the border. — 2 years ago

Adam and Ron liked this

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Don Luis Cetto Selección Reservada Viognier 2020

Nice Viognier, round and quite bold but still some good acidity (certainly for Mexico wine). But not completely convincing for my palate — 6 months ago

Bob, Romain and 8 others liked this

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Private Reserve Nebbiolo 2015

Nebbiolo from Mexico…completely different as Piedmont. Bold, sweet, kirsch notes. Again not for my palate, but this is purely due to the style — 6 months ago

Bob, Iwan and 13 others liked this

Alexandre Sirech

Les Deux Terroirs White Blend 2019

This lightly tinted greenish wine brings a nose that is heavy on the minerals, with citrus and a slight floral aspect. The aroma is dominated by a beautiful savory sense. On the palate, very mineral-laden, great flinty salinity and a savory finish. The nice acidity makes it a great Wine to pair with seafood. I had mine with a lovely quiche Lorraine at Monsiour Marcel’s in L.A.’s Farmers Market. My wife loved it and immediately wanted to make a cocktail with it, using Creme de Cassis. We may just do that. — 2 years ago

Daniel P., Paul and 5 others liked this