L.A. Cetto

01 (686) 557-37-19 L.A. Cetto
Milepost 73.5, Highway 3,
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Vinos Cetto bajo la tutela y dirección de Don Luis Agustín Cetto, en 1963, da paso a una transformación y modernización vertigininosa, de la Vitininicultura. Pionero del Valle de Guadalupe, se enfoca en la introducción de variedades de Uvas finas, explorando las diversas tierras y climas de toda la región. Culminando su proceso de vinificación, en 1975 con la puesta en marcha de Vinícola L.A. Cetto. Con la visión, de ofrecer a México, lo mejor de Baja California. Translation for those of you who are not that fluent in Spanish:: Under the Leadership of Don Luis Augustin Cetto, the Cetto winery performed a complete tranformation and modernization of the winemaking in 1963. As a pioneer of the the “Valle de Guadalupe” Cetto focuses on the introduction of fine grape varieties exploring the diverse soil and climates of the whole region. With the vision to offer the best of Baja California to Mexico in 1975 the company introduced Read more »

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  • Nebbiolo

    History of the grape: Two schools of thought exist as to the origins of Nebbiolo (which means “little fog” either for...

  • Zinfandel

    Parentage of the grape: Crljenak to Austria to America. In the 1970s, claims surfaced that the Italian Primitivo is l...

  • Chenin Blanc

    History of the grape: Modern day French oenologist Pierre Galet states Chenin Blanc has been in France at least since...

  • Chardonnay

    British wine writer and critic, Jancis Robinson, once noted that throughout the 80’s and 90’s in the United States, C...

  • Cabernet Sauvignon

    “King of the Red Wine Grapes.” The colonizer of the vineyards, pushing native wine grapes into its shadows. The Caber...

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  • L. A. Cetto Nebbiolo 2005


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    Wine review by Caligirlintpa

  • Duncan, I remember your report on the Morroccan wine.  I remember thinking, "Who would have thought that wine came from Morrocco."  Then, of course, I'm the guy who drinks wine from Mexico.  Speaking of which I had another L.A. Cetto last night--a Petite Sirah.  Drinkable but, otherwise forgetable.  It was made from fermented grapes but had no c... Read More

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  • L. A. Cetto Petite Sirah 2012


    Two or three times a year my brother-in-law stops off at the Valle de Guadalupe to pick up some B.C. wine on his return from fishing trips down around Santo Tomas. He gives me these wines and I enjoy tracking the progress of the wine industry, down there. This one seems like a step back from older vintages that I have had from this maker. Fir... Read More

    Wine review by EMark

  • L A Cetto makes some very nice wine, including a really good nebbiolo.  Makes no sense that it would be so good, because the environment seems totally wrong for it.  I should probably revisit it and see if I still like it.We were drinking Paco & Lucia garnacha/tempranillo last night.  We ate Moroccon stew with cous cous, so it hit the spot prett... Read More

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  • I sampled some L.A. Cetto on my vacation to Mazatlan.  Their Cab was better than I expected.  I learned that most of the grapes for Mexican wines are grown on the Northern end of the Baja peninsula. Read More

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  • v v, 3 or 4 times a year my brother-in-law goes on fishing trips to Baja California.  When he fishes on the Pacific side, he will occasionally stop of at one of the wineries in Valle de Guadalupe and pick up something for me.  It's a lot of fun for me, but it is rarely ecstatic.  OK, it's never been ecstatic.  Usually, the best we hope for is "H... Read More

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  • L.A. Cetto Zinfandel 2012


    I like to check out south-of-the-border wines every now and again. My brother-in-law helps out by occasionally stopping at one or two of the Baja wineries every now and again on the way back from his fairly regular fishing trips down there. This one is evidence that Dry Creek Valley has nothing to fear from Valle de Guadalupe as far as Zinfand... Read More

    Wine review by EMark

  • L.A. Cetto Cabernet Sauvignon Valle de Guadelupe Baja California 2010


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    Wine review by mark

  • I'm the heretic about Palmina, although I've only had their dolcetto.  It was ripe without being particularly fruit-driven and over-oaked.  Can't speak to the Nebbiolo.  With all the AM Abbona and Chionetti for under $20, I don't see the value.I have not had Valtellina, but for my Nebbiolo dollar, I wish that more US stores carried wines from Gh... Read More

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  • I did some random research today, or just internet wine travels that somehow led me to Valtellina, a place that I might have briefly heard about in the past but didn't really resonate. Anyway, it's a very cool climate, with some of the best wines grown in high altitudes that are run by families, not corporations. As far as producers go, one that... Read More

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  • I am tasting the 2001 L. A. Cetto Reserva Privada, and its pleasantly nice and smooth. I wonder if there are any bottles being sild here in San Antonio Tx?

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