Region: Guadalupe Valley and Ojos Negros, Baja California, Mexico
You’ll taste/smell: On the nose, we have a wine of high aromatic intensity – red fruits, cherry, watermelon, pear. In the mouth we can reaffirm its aromas, heightened by the subtle fizzyness. Without a doubt a unique wine in Mexico.
Good to have it with: tuna ceviche, fish tacos. Pair it with light and fresh foods.
A sparkling wine made using the pet-nat or the ancestral method. Short for pétillant naturel, pet-nat is fizzy, easy drinking and has taken the wine world by storm in the past handful of years. Generally speaking, pet-nat wines are more lightly frothy than fully effervescent. The wines can often appear cloudy, and might smell unusually “funky.” They can also easily be identified as many are bottled under a crown cap (like beer), rather than cork.
Winery details: Duoma Vinos
Two hands, two minds and the vocation for Mexican wine
DUOMA was born in 2011 in the mind of Carla Figueroa Torres and Eliecer Rodríguez Arroyo, while studying oenology and viticulture, as they entered the world of wine, it became clear what kind of wines they wanted to create: honest wines, which reflected the soil and climate of Baja California; wines without alterations or modifications and that above all were handled as a food.
In 2016 Having previously worked on winemaking, decided that the hand shelling would bring great quality to the wines and that year they had their first harvest.
We ship to all areas of Mexico.
Metropolitan areas: MXN $250 flat shipping fee for any number of bottles. Delivery in 1-3 business days
Remote extended shipping areas: MXN $450 flat shipping fee for any number of bottles. Delivery in 4-7 business days
Puerto Vallarta: delivery within 24 business hours. Free on orders of MXN $2,000 or more
Riviera Nayarit: delivery within 24 business hours. Delivery fee varies according to your area and order amount
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