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VI Annual Fiesta de Vendimia at Cuna De Tierra

Cuna de Tierra Dolores HidalgoCuna de Tierra in Dolores Hidalgo invites you to come celebrate its 11th anniversary at their annual harvest festival. Participate in a vertical wine tasting which will be taught by Cuna de Tierra’s winemaker Juan Manchon. He will guide you through the tasting of Cuna de Tierra’s wines from their first harvest in 2007 to 2014. Stroll through the vineyards as Victor Giles-Sommelier explains the care that the vines are given and encourages you to taste the different grape varieties. Horacio Reyner of Seguin Moreau will give an interesting insight into how the barrels that store their wine are manufactured and which components are fundamental for the perfect barrel to make the perfect wine.

Enjoy various other workshops that will be offered all throughout the evening such as Tasting the Terrunos of Mexico which is a tasting dedicated to terroir of Mexico that will be taught by the representatives of Mexican wineries from all regions of Mexico; ones which received awards at international contests. Cata-Pairing blind with Roman Velez, commercial director of Cuna de Tierra.

This celebration’s main attraction is the grape stomping contest that is followed by a live Tango show. And dance the night away with a careful selection of music. As the moon glistens overhead be part of a top culinary experience, the meal prepared by two of Mexico’s acclaimed chefs; Susana Palazuelos and Eduardo Palazuelos Wichtendahl, will celebrate the flavors that characterize Mexican cuisine.

About Vendimia Cuna de Tierra – Annual Harvest Festival

Every year Cuna de Tierra celebrates the start of the harvest with a traditional festival where their passion for wine and good food is displayed through various activities and workshops are given by experts passionate about wine and the processes in the production of wines. Together they aim to bring attention to all aspects of the wine industry.
The festival is presented differently but always seeks to highlight the historical importance of Guanajuato state, where wine production was once banned during the colonial era. Reclaiming the region’s proud history in winemaking, Cuna de Tierra has earned its place at the forefront of Mexico’s growing wine industry.

Dress code: White Campirano

Tickets are on presale until July 15th

The festival will be held on August 27th from 1pm till 11pm.

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