Our Top-Selling Full-Body Mexican Red Wines

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Our top-selling full-body Mexican red wines are in one place for you!

We always tell our clients — when in Mexico, why pay a ridiculous amount for imported red wines, when local Mexican producers offer great options of full-body, oaky red wines with great aging potential?

If you’re looking for that bold and full-body flavor profile, we guarantee any of the 10 full-body Mexican red wines on this list will be perfect for you.

Full-Body Mexican Cabernet Sauvignon

bottle of Roganto Cabernet Sauvignon 2015

Roganto Cabernet Sauvignon

Varietal: 100% Cabernet Sauvignon
Región: Valle de Guadalupe
Aging: 24 months in French oak

What makes it special: pure decadence – super full-body, smooth and silky with beautiful red fruit and oak notes

MXN $850Add to cart

Viñedos Santo Domingo Gran Cabernet

Santo Domingo Gran Cabernet

Varietal: 100% Cab Sauvignon
Region: Valle de la Grulla
Aging: 15 months in French and American oak

What makes it special: this is not a show-stopper, but offers one of the best price x quality ratios we’ve ever seen. A full-body, well-structured and powerful Cabernet for $590 pesos? that’s a steal

MXN $590Add to cart

Chateau Camou Cabernet Sauvignon

Chateau Camou Cabernet Sauvignon

Varietal: 100% Cabernet Sauvignon
Región: Valle de Guadalupe
Aging: 24 months in French oak

What makes it special: Elegant and oaky, with ripe red berries and spices, and perfectly integrated tannins. A perfect Thanksgiving dinner wine.

MXN $790Add to cart

MD Vinos Cabernet Sauvignon

MD Vinos Cabernet Sauvignon

Varietal: 100% Cabernet Sauvignon
Region: Valle de la Grulla
Aging: 18 months in French oak

What makes it special:big, big red with 18 months on French oak, chewy tannins and the boldness of a California Style Cab. The vanilla and smokey notes appear on nose and palate along with dried berries and black fruit

MXN $650Add to cart

Full-Body Mexican Nebbiolo Wines

You probably have tried the Nebbiolo grape, as it’s used in the famous Barolo wines in Italy. This varietal adapted beautifully to the Mexican terroir, and many winemakers single it out as the most important grape in Mexico. If you love California Cabernet Sauvignon, you have to try a Mexican Nebbiolo!

Santo Domingo Nebbiolo

Varietal: 100% Nebbiolo
Región: Valle de la Grulla
Aging: 15 months in French oak

What makes it special: our top-selling Mexican Nebbiolo three years in a row. It’s more old-world style, with aging in 2nd use oak to structure but not impart many oak notes. Full-body, aged to perfection and a great value

MXN $550Add to cart

bottle of MD Vinos Nebbiolo

MD Vinos Nebbiolo

Varietal: Nebbiolo
Region: Valle de la Grulla
Aging: 18 months in French oak

What makes it special: aged for 18 months in French oak barrels, it’s an elegant, robust, and complex wine. It’s full body with notes of lavender, black spices, vanilla, tobacco, and charcoal. It gives you more complexity and different notes on every sip.

MXN $690Join Waitlist

Full-Body Mexican Syrah Wines

bottle Roganto Syrah Baja Wine

Roganto Syrah

Varietal: 100% Syrah
Región: Valle de Guadalupe
Aging: 18 months in French and American

What makes it special: Excellent value. It’s super potent but we’ll balanced wine. If you like big wines, look no further

MXN $690Add to cart

bottle of Bodega Los Cedros Fusion

Los Cedros Fusión

Varietal: Syrah, Merlot & Cab Sauvignon
Region: Arteaga, Coahuila
Aging: 11 months in French oak

What makes it special: a powerful Mexican red wine, but smooth and bit jammy. The Merlot in the blend brings it all together beautifully

MXN $790Add to cart

Mexican Red Wine Blends

mexican red wine blend - vinos pijoan leonora

Vinos Pijoan Leonora 2016

Varietal: Cab Sauvignon + Merlot
Región: Valle de Guadalupe
Aging: 12 to 18 months in French, Hungarian and American oak barrels

What makes it special: at first, it is fruit-forward with black fruit, dry fruits and ripe red berries. However, it gets more and more interesting as it opens up: by the time you get to half the bottle, it’s a beautiful mix of spices, tobacco, nuts, cocoa, smoked meat, and more. We guarantee you: each glass gives you a different experience.

MXN $860Add to cart

Roganto Bordeaux Blend 2016

Varietal: Cabernet-Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet-Franc, Petit Verdot + Malbec
Region: Valle de Ojos Negros, Baja California
Aging: 24 months in French and American oak

What makes it special: it’s a Bordeaux style blend with amazing depth and complexity. Full, rich, spicy and very very dry

MXN $1200Add to cart

THE BEST MEXICAN RED WINES