Mexico is home to a diverse range of grape varieties, both indigenous and international, which produce a variety of wine styles. Popular indigenous grape varieties include the Nebbiolo and Pedro Ximénez, while international varieties like Cabernet Sauvignon and Chardonnay are also grown in the region. Mexican wine regions include Baja California, Coahuila, and Querétaro, which are known for producing a range of wine styles from crisp whites to full-bodied reds. The country is also known for its fortified wines, such as Sherry and Port-style wines. Mexican winemakers are dedicated to producing quality, unique wines, often using organic and sustainable winemaking methods.