100% Sauvignon Blanc from Rancho Llano Colorado in San Vicente Valley, Baja California.
A light-bodied, bright and expressive nose, with passion fruit, fresh-cut grass, green guava, and citric notes. On the palate, clean freshness and lingering grapefruit and lychee notes, bone dry acidity.
Casa Jipi started as a clear example of “When life gives you lemons, make lemonade!”, (or wine, in our particular case). Times of crisis brought together 2 families, 2 wineries, 2 valleys and gave birth to this incredible project that binds together Rancho Llano Colorado, one of the region’s most important and sought after grape producers, Vinicola Bruma, the up-and-coming winery pushing Mexican boundaries in winemaking, and Lulu Martinez Ojeda, one of the leading winemakers in Mexico changing the wine scene as one of its prominent ambassadors internationally.
The concept is simple, make the best wine possible with the best grapes available at a consumer friendly price, allowing our region to have the exposure it deserves.
Casa Jipi, (pronounced Hippie) is a “pochismo” that shows how diversity enrichens our countries. We all have un a little Jipi in ourselves, both sides of the border.