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How to Serve  A Margarita
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Traditional

La Catrina Vino Traditional Margarita

Serve margarita in a traditional margarita glass, rimmed with salt, and garnished with a lime wedge. Salt on the rim of the glass is part of the tradition, and the salt balances out the tartness and warmth of the cocktail. To properly salt a traditional margarita glass, first fill a saucer with a quarter of an inch of kosher salt. Then, moisten the rim of the glass with a lime, by drawing the lime along the rim. And then, tip the glass on its side, parallel to the saucer, and gently roll the glass in the salt until the outer edge is covered.

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Vintage

La Catrina Vino Vintage Margarita

Serve margarita in a vintage inspired goblet with limes on a stirring stick. Sometimes you just need a substantial goblet to hold on to in this world; its heavy, grounded, and has staying power. Select a medium to large sized water goblet with a hefty stem, and fill about halfway with ice. Pour your cocktail to fill an inch or two above the ice. Stab lime wedges with a stirring stick and insert into the ice, and enjoy. You know exactly what you want and you know how to get it.

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Modern

La Catrina Vino Modern Margarita

Serve margarita in a shatterproof stemless glass with a squeeze of lime. Yes, you're a trendsetter, and not afraid to show it. A shatterproof stemless glass says that you're ready for anything and not afraid. At the same time, you worry about things randomly falling over, as they sometimes do of course. But you are prepared for this. Which makes you less of a worrywart, and more of an adventurer. So fill that bottom heavy glass and squeeze a lime into it and be ready for what's next.

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Our Team
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John Allbaugh
WINEMAKER
Bob Stashak
MIXOLOGIST
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Quality Control
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Our HiStory
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La Catrina flows from 3,000 year old traditions, the Day of the Dead celebration reflects memories and reminds us all to embrace life now. As the flavors and sensations of La Catrina engulf you, let your past and future emerge to toast this moment.

Wines: La Madre de los Vinos

La Catrina is a lifestyle brand that represents the best that California has to offer, crafted with over 100 years of family tradition.  Grapes are grown on family owned vineyards.  Each wine is produced by our winemaker, John Allbaugh, and available in six great varietals:  Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Moscato, Pinot Grigio, Red Blend and Sangria. La Catrina Vino is vinted and bottled in Napa, California. 

Cocktails: Till death do us part...

La Catrina Cocktails are ready-to-drink adult beverage wine cocktail made with 100% imported Blue Agave that is 13.9% Alcohol.  Just add ice and enjoy!  Real Sugar, Real Juice, Real Agave™ 

By using 100% Organic Blue Agave grown in the sun kissed fields in Jalisco, Mexico, we’ve re-imagined tradition to deliver an exceptionally smooth tasting ready-to drink wine cocktail. Inspired by México City and its cultural traditions, La Catrina gives respect to tradition, then breaks new ground. La Catrina Margaritas are made with 100% imported Blue Agave, real lime juice, real cane sugar & colored with real fruit, and made with wine. We crafted the highest quality Margarita drink made as natural and as real as we could.   

La Catrina honors the 3,000 year old tradition associated with Day of the Dead such as offerings, songs, respect and humor.

Margarita Facts:
National Margarita Day is February 22, 2020
Margarita ranks most popular cocktail in the US, Nielsen CGA 2016
Margarita (60 percent) is the most popular cocktail in the United States, followed by daiquiri (44 percent), piña colada(36 percent), Long Island iced tea (33 percent) and mojito (29 percent);
Margaritas rank No.1 in popularity, Hotel Management 2017 Margaritas are the top cocktail in big U.S. cities, Market Watch 2019
The Thirst Quenching History of the Margarita, National Geographic 2016

La Catrina Selfie, 1910

La Calavera Catrina ('Dapper Skeleton', 'Elegant Skull') or Catrina La Calavera Garbancera, is a 1910–1913 zinc etching by the Mexican printmaker, cartoon illustrator and lithographer José Guadalupe Posada. La Catrina has become an icon of the Mexican Día de Muertos, or Day of the Dead.

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