Mexican winery experiences
Mexico has been producing wine for over 500 years. Still, it is only in the 20 years that historic wine regions have started growing. While the region's warm climate makes full-bodied, fruit-forward wines easy to come by, growers are opting for balance, complexity, and diversity exploration in place of force.
There are no formal appellations or other geographic designations, unlike in other wine-producing countries. Due to the lack of limits in Mexico, experimentation has flourished. In Mexico, almost any grape may grow.