AUSTIN, Texas — Mexico is the best place in the world to drink white wine, and there’s no better place than Mexico City to do so, according to a recent study.
The study, published by the Mexican Society for Wine and Spirits and published in the Journal of Wine and Spirit Consumption, found that white wines from Mexico produce a better taste than those from Spain, France, Italy and the United Kingdom.
Mexico’s white wine production is second only to those in Spain, according the study.
The study analyzed the wine production of a number of countries, including Mexico, the United States and Brazil.
It found that the best white wine from Mexico is the Chihuahua, while it’s the best in the United Republic of Congo.
The report also found that Mexican wine is more expensive than American wine, as it has a higher carbonation and more flavor, but it also has less sweetness and more bitterness.
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