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Viñas de la ERRE

Mexico

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The Rocha Family acquired the Hacienda San Martín Caballero in Valle de Guadalupe in 1985, never imagining that the region would one day become the heart of Mexico’s wine country.


Established in 2010 by husband and wife Claudio and Nelly Rocha, Viñas de la ERRE is the result of hard work, dedication, and an extraordinary vision. The Rocha Family acquired the Hacienda San Martín Caballero in Valle de Guadalupe in Baja California, Mexico in 1985, never imagining that the region would one day become the heart of Mexico’s wine country.

With the help of family friends and their eldest son, Ernesto Rocha (winemaker for Viñas de la ERRE), the couple established Viñas de la ERRE as a well- respected boutique winery that is now known for their award-winning reserve wines. A visit to Viñas de la ERRE promises to be an unparalleled wine experience, as the Rocha family shares their love of family and the beautiful Valle de Guadalupe.

We hope that our International Wine Club members enjoy this month's selection and are able to appreciate the extensive history and culture that has been put into producing it! Cheers!


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Baja California: Fun Facts!

Picture of Baja California: Fun Facts!

• The Baja California peninsula is the second longest on Earth after the Malaysian peninsula, extending 775 miles. It separates the Sea of Cortez from the Pacific Ocean.

• The Sea of Cortez has very diverse marine life and is ideal for divers and snorkelers.

• Baja California has a long and rich history, and visitors can see rock art pictographs that date back thousands of years. Some of the best rock art paintings can be found in the San Franciscan mountain range, where there is a series of about 250 caves.

• The peninsula broke away from mainland North America about 12-15 million years ago and is still slowly moving out towards the Pacific.