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A wine wave from Mexico
14 Jan 2010 by Jancis Robinson
Many of us coping with a more prolonged period of sub-zero temperatures than we have ever known could do with something hot and spicy. I offer this picture of the chilli sauces offered with the stunning local fish in Baja California, Mexico’s dominant wine region, courtesy of Kirstie Papworth of Bibendum Wine in the UK, who visited the region recently, and can be seen in the background of this Wine in Mexico video. Last week I had the great pleasure of tasting a range of 22 wines from ‘Baja’ and saw real evidence of the emergence of a winemaking culture there that truly represents the wines' origins rather...

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