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Guanajuato vineyard | earth cradle


This Guanajuato vineyard has seen important historical moments pass. At the beginning of the 19th century, a group of soldiers was sent to the town that is now Dolores Hidalgo with the mandate to destroy the vineyards in that area. Thus, the vineyards of the Parroquia de Dolores and its surroundings were burned.

Weeks before that event, the priest Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla had disobeyed the order of the Royal Court ordering him to destroy them because he taught his parishioners activities that could be useful to generate income, such as planting vineyards and processing the grape.

After this cultural breviary, Bodega Cuna de Tierra began its history when the first vines of Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Syrah and Semillon were planted in 1993.

Its first vinification was in 2005 and its first commercial production was until 2008 with the launch of "Cuna de Tierra". Juan Manchón and Ramón Vélez are the experienced winemakers who supervise each process.

The objective of the winery is to produce high quality wines with a limited production in order to obtain the maximum expression of the terroir.

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