Discreto Blanco is a blended white wine that is fruit forward and extremely drinkable. This 'New World' blend of 85% Sauvignon Blanc and 15% Chenin Blanc is made from white varieties traditionally found in France's Loire Valley. It exudes notes of kiwi, sweet pink grapefruit, grilled apples and pears with secondary aromas of flint and smoke. Drink Discreto young to get the most out of its brimming fruit style.
Cuisine: Goes best with shellfish, grilled seafood, hard cheeses, and lightly dressed salads.
Hacienda La Lomita was founded by entrepreneur Fernando Pérez Castro in 2009. It is nestled in the Valle de Guadalupe, Mexico’s most important wine region, and located just 15 minutes from the Pacific Ocean near San Antonio de las Minas.
Lomita makes wines only from its own vineyards and grapes are processed on the property. Winemaking is an exacting process at Lomita and they are extremely careful with the selection and processing of grapes, resulting in healthy, expressive and wholesome wines. They only make wines from their estate vineyards, which are vinified and aged on the property.
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How did Mexico become a wine producer? The short answer is because of the Spaniards. Spaniards brought vitis vinifera with them because they considered wine a part of their daily diet. They drank wine for pure enjoyment but also for sacramental use. Unknown to most wine lovers, wine in Mexico has a long history.
Valle de Santo Tomas was the epicenter of winegrowing in Baja at first, but winegrowing quickly spread to the adjacent valleys including Valle de Guadalupe, Valle de Ojos Negros and Valle de San Vicente due to the ideal growing conditions these other valleys have.
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