Serrano’s Mexican Restaurants’ Original Salsa and Red Hot Sauce Now Available at d’Vine Gourmet

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Serrano’s Mexican Restaurants’ Original Salsa
and Red Hot Sauce
Now Available at d’Vine Gourmet


CHANDLER, Ariz. (Aug. 20, 2020) – Serrano’s Mexican Restaurants has partnered with d’Vine Gourmet to offer the family’s Original Salsa and Red Hot Sauce products for sale at d’Vine Gourmet’s south Chandler location (4955 S. Alma School Road, Chandler).


The salsa and hot sauce recipes – developed by Serrano’s co-founder Evangeline “Eva” Serrano who graces the packaging of both products – are a local favorite. They are both fat-free and gluten-free. The Serrano matriarch was posthumously inducted into the City of Chandler’s Celebration Plaza in 2019 for her outstanding commitment to the community.


 “We’ve been sharing our salsa and hot sauce with our customers for more than 40 years now, and we’ve been fortunate to grow a robust fan following. We’ve even shipped our products across the country to those who want a taste of Arizona,” said Ric Serrano, president and CEO of Serrano’s Mexican Restaurants. “Offering our product at d’Vine is a natural extension of our product line, and we’re excited about the partnership with another Chandler-based, family owned business.”


Self-proclaimed localvore Denise McCreery founded d’Vine Gourmet in 2003 in an effort to share her love of food and wine, and unique culinary creations. The small, family owned business produces a varied and award-winning line of jams, mustards, candies, snacks and spices, in addition to offering favorite Arizona brands like Cerreta’s and Cactus Candies. Serrano’s is proud to be added to d’Vine’s collection of local favorites!

“We love everything about Arizona, especially the food! Visiting Serrano’s in downtown Chandler has been a family tradition for more than a decade,” McCreery said. “We are proud and excited to now carry their delicious salsa and hot sauce in our store!”

When d’Vine Gourmet opened in Chandler, the business added gourmet gifts and gift baskets, which can be customized for clients. Serrano’s Original Salsa and Red Hot Sauce can now be added to personalize gift baskets for friends and family who may be craving a taste of Arizona.

Serrano’s also has a partnership with Sibley’s West in downtown Chandler, a gift shop offering products and brands from Arizona, including Serrano’s Original Salsa and Red Hot Sauce. A limited supply of jarred goods may also be available at Serrano’s Mexican Restaurant locations, as well as via under “Shop Serrano’s.”

About Serrano’s Mexican Restaurants


Launched in 1979 by Ernie and Eva Serrano, Serrano’s Mexican Restaurants offer fresh, delicious Sonoran-style Mexican food with recipes passed down through the generations. The Serranos are proud to be the oldest, continuously owned and operated family business in Chandler, Ariz., recently celebrating 100 years of business. Today, seven of Ernie and Eva’s children own and operate Serrano’s Mexican Restaurants. From cooking to catering and payroll to operations, it is truly a family affair. For more information, visit Locations include: 


  • 141 S. Arizona Ave., Chandler, AZ 85225   480-899-3318
  • 6440 S. Rural Road, Tempe, AZ 85283   480-345-0044  (Dining room remains closed; open for takeout only)
  • 1964 E. McKellips Road, Mesa, AZ 85203   480-649-3503
  • 1021 S. Power Road, Mesa, AZ 85206   480-854-7455
  • 22703 S. Ellsworth Road, Queen Creek, AZ 85242    480-987-0192

Media Contact:         Stephanie Jarnagan, 480.201.7572, [email protected]            


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