L.A. Cetto
Established 1974
Located in Valle de Guadalupe, Baja California Norte
Phone Number 646-155-2264
Web Page www.LACetto.com
Tasting Room 7 days, 10 am to 5 pm. Also winery tours.
Current Production 15,000 tons per year (840,000 cases)
Vineyard Size 2,500 acres
In 1928, engineer Angelo Cetto, who two years earlier arrived in Tijuana from his native Italy, founded a wine-bottling business and named it Bodegas Cetto. After Prohibition, he promptly purchased the property where the office an bottling facility were located, ensuring a centralized urban facility which remains their headquarters today. In 1945 Angelo's eldest son, Luis Ferruccio, began exporting fortified and table wines to Mexico City.
By the fifties the Cettos were looking to the Valle de Guadalupe as a further source of grapes, and in 1957 changed their name to Productos de Uva, S.A. de C.V. In 1960 the Cetto family acquired their first 250 acres in the Valley. This was followed in 1968 by the purchase near Tecate of the El Escondido Ranch, with 180 acres of dry-farmed Zinfandel vines. This vineyard had been planted in 1930 with cuttings imported from the Escondido area of Southern California. After 1970, the properties became the sole ownership of Luis Agostin Cetto, Don Angelo's son, who continued to acquire land and plant new vineyards, finally founding L.A. Cetto in 1974.

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