Bichi means 'Naked' in the Sonoran dialect of Yaqui, which is a Southern Uto-Aztecan language. Omg, we're in Mexico! Who would've thought such delicate and juicy wines would come from here? Just on the US-Mexican border, in Tecate, Baja California, the soils are perfect for growing wine; sandy loam and granite underneath, sometimes at very high altitudes which makes for cooler nights and slower maturation of the grapes. Noel and Jair Téllez made their first vintage in 2014, and since then they have been making wines from old grape varieties as well as old, sometimes over 100 year-old pre-phylloxera, vines. Biodynamically farmed and vinified in an old-school natural way. Some wines see no sulfur at all, some a miniscule (10mg/l) amount. Viva Mexico!