“Corona is famous for its unmistakable colour and its one-of-a-kind taste. Originating from Mexico, but inspired by European pilsners, Corona is the taste of relaxation. Simply chill and add a wedge of lime.”read
“Corona's first and only goal is refreshment. Even better with a wedge of lime, and drunk straight from the bottle. Ideal with all the strong and spicy flavours of Mexico, like fajitas or nachos with salsa and guacamole, or seafood ceviche. Introduced in Mexico in 1925 and made from barley, Corona...”read
“The best-selling beer in Mexico
Ideal to accompany spicy dishes! It is a beer with an extremely pale yellow color and does not develop any foam once in the glass
It offers nose malt and lemon aromas and flavors quite similar
A slight bitterness develops on the end of the mouth.
“A wine to celebrate with friends.
I thought the colour of this Celler Vila Corona wine was almost golden. In the nose, white flowers and lemon notes. Taste of blackberries and wild fruits.
I do not recommend pairing this white of Celler Vila Corona with meat.”read
“We drank a pair of bottles of Corona de Aragon Cariñena 2014 with my friend.
Opaque red. Smelled soft, like cinnamon and vanilla . the flavour impression of red lasts after it is swallowed.
It is so good that it is best taken alone.”read
“We tested it in a dinner Party.
Red tinted with browny edges. You can really feel the vanilla smell. It shows a taste of raspberry and strawberry.
The Corona de Aragon Cariñena was far better than the food.”read