Vinos L.A. Cetto
L.A. Cetto winery in Baja California's Valle de Guadalupe, now experience the fruits of founder Don Angelo Cetto's hard work, sacrifice and dreams. Cetto left his native Italy in 1926 and made the long journey to Baja with the goal of bringing Mediterranean wine production to Mexico's perfect wine growing climate - warm weather, cool nights, consistent marine layer and sandy soil. One could call his impulse the lure of the terrain. Three generations later, Cetto's descendants proudly operate one of the oldest and most highly respected wineries in all of Mexico. L.A. Cetto (now helmed by Luis Alberto Cetto) produces approximately 1,000,000 cases of wine each year in three facilities and has become the largest wine producer in the country, not to mention one of the largest wineries in all of Latin America.
Ripe blackberry and blueberry with a twist of black pepper lead to some bold tannins and a cocoa finish.
Perfect for spicy meat dishes or steak-and-cheese enchiladas.