Grilled beef fajitas with grilled vegetables are the perfect pairing for the Pavo Real Rojo.
Pavo Real's peppery notes are the perfect match for a spicy chorizo dish.
Seafood paella is another great patch for this medium bodied red wine from Mexico
Pavo Real, which is Spanish for “Peacock”, is a unique assembly of originally European varieties produced in Mexico. The Mexican father and leader of the Independence, Priest Miguel Hidalgo harvested wine grapes in the 19th Century, in Dolores Hidalgo, Guanajuato, Mexico - the same land in which the grapes that produce this wine are cultivated today.
Mexico was the first country in North America to plant grapes to produce wine and is now a diverse wine region offering a melting pot of French, Spanish, and Italian grape varietls. The grapes are cultivated at 2000 meters above sea level, nourishing them with the depth and complexities that the climate and land has to offer.