Mexican Winemakers Want You To Try A Glass In 1976 there was a major shift in the wine world. In a blind taste test French wine afficionados proclaimed a Napa Valley Wine superior to a French one. Today, wine lovers can enjoy wine from all over the new world. Still, Mexican winemakers are having a hard time finding acceptance - at least in the U.S. Vanessa Romo reports.
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Mexican Winemakers Want You To Try A Glass

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Mexican Winemakers Want You To Try A Glass

Mexican Winemakers Want You To Try A Glass

Mexican Winemakers Want You To Try A Glass

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In 1976 there was a major shift in the wine world. In a blind taste test, French wine aficionados proclaimed a Napa Valley Wine superior to a French one. Today, wine lovers can enjoy wine from all over the new world. Still, Mexican winemakers are having a hard time finding acceptance — at least in the U.S.