La Cetto is the legacy of Italian-born Angelo Cetto who, in 1928, planted vitis vinifera
The grape species most commonly used on a widespread basis in commercial winemaking
vines in Baja California, eventually consolidating their acreage in the Valle de Guadalpue - Mexico's premier wine-producing region. This family-run operation works with grapes not typical to this region, and they do it well. The climate here is hot and sunny - which suits Petite Sirah particularly well - and vines dig deep into the ground to find water, which lends complexity and depth to the wines.