Tasty and fulfilling, unique and joyous! — a month ago
Buen equilibrio — 2 months ago
Strawberry and stony nose
Some stone fruit, medium body, high salinity, softer tannins, tinges of grit on the finish.
Overall a very pleasant wine, and one worth getting into.
I have been loving exploring the wines of Mexico for some time now - this holds its own in the foray. — 3 months ago
Sabores a vainilla son fuertes pero mejor tomar con comidas — 2 months ago
14 % Mexico — 3 months ago
Excellent wine. — 6 months ago
My bottle says “LC19” rather than “LA19”...? — a month ago
My first Mexican wine. So exiting!
Deep purple in color with a purplish rim.
Fruity nose of blueberries, sweet cherries, raspberries, light oak, spices, licorice, black pepper, earth, light vegetables and tobacco leaf.
Medium plus in body and smooth, with medium acidity.
Dry on the palate with black currants, black cherries, plums, sweet strawberries, earth, spices, light oak, tobacco, herbs and peppercorn.
Nice spicy finish with round tannins and tangy raspberries.
This is a nice start to my Mexican wine journey.
This 6 years old nebbiolo is drinking very nicely now. Fruit forward with mild complexity and a nice mouthfeel.
Good by itself or with food. A nice sipping wine right out of the bottle, and better with airtime. Tannins come out after an hour of airtime.
A good quality wine that I would like to revisit in 3 years. I paired it with a Cuban sandwich.
Aged in French oak barrels for 14 months.
13.9% alcohol by volume.
$23. — 2 months ago
This Mexican red wine certainly feels earthy and fruity like other Valle de Guadalupe wines I have had. This wine, though comes from the Italian grape Nebbiolo, doesn’t really have the sharpness (full tannins) most Italian wines have and most often need a food pairing. This wine because it’s light, smooth and almost Zin-like without being overly sweet. — 6 months ago