Category Archives: Guadalupe Valley

My Wine Tasting Wish List 2018 – James Melendez

In the past few years I have been writing about wines on my wish list for this year. Each year, I start out with nearly a blank slate but I do have some wines left over on my tasting table … Continue reading

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Witch Creek Valle de Guadalupe Nebbiolo – 2007 – 9.1 – James Melendez

This Nebbiolo from the Guadalupe Valley (Valle de Guadalupe) is proof positive of how this unique wine region in Mexico and is due for more attention.  It seems this region is producing very nice quality wines.  Imagine if these varietals … Continue reading

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Witch Creek Valle de Guadalupe Aglianico – 2007 – 9.0 – James Melendez

You don’t often see Aglianico coming from outside Italy—and I was surprised to find an Aglianico from the Guadalupe Valley (Valle de Guadalupe) Mexico.  This wine is an homage to it’s brethren across the Atlantic.  This wine well balanced; slightly … Continue reading

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