• ​​Founded: 2016 by husband and wife team Eliecer Arroyo and Carla Torres 

  • Winery location: The winery is located on a small hill in the center of Valle de Guadalupe in the ejido of San Antonio de las Minas.

  • Region and grape source: A small winery that does not yet own it's own vineyards, Duoma sources from a number of organically farmed vineyards sites in the Valleys of Guadalupe, Ojos Negros, Santo Tomas and San Vicente. 

  • Annual production: 800 cases  

  • Number of wines made: 6

  • Vineyard locations, elevations and grape varieties: A small winery that does not yet own its own vineyards, Duoma sources from a number of organically farmed vineyards sites in the Valleys of Guadalupe, Ojos Negros, Santo Tomas and San Vicente. 

    • Valle de Guadalupe -  (Grenache Noir) Vines planted an elevation of 950 ft in sandy soils.  

    • Ojos Negros - (Grenache Blanc and Moscatel) A small .5 hectare vineyard  at an elevation of 2,200 ft. Vines were planted planted in 2010. Soils are primarily clay mixed with some sand.

    • Valle de San Vicente  - (Nebbiolo) A small family owned vineyard of 6 hectares. Vines were planted in 1980 in sandy soils at an elevation of 900 ft. 

  • Winemakers: Eliecer Arroyo and Carla Torres  

  • Other Notes: 

    • Duoma started as a small oenological project focused on creating expressive and honest wines that reflect accurate varietal expression and the place they come from. Their philosophy is to create wines that reflect the purity of the grape without modification or alteration, To achieve this they focus on minimal intervention, applying modern oenological techniques and manual procedures. When at all possible they chose to use their hands in the winemaking process knowing that by doing so the quality of their wines will be enhanced…two hands that become an element of the wine.  

    • The name Duoma is a combination of the Spanish words for two "dos", and hand "mano" and symbolizes the fact that two sets of hands came together to make these wines. 

    • The elegance of their concept is summarized in the feeling readily apparent in the presence of this couple and this, in combination with their penchant for simplicity and innovation, is captured by the Quonset hut structure of their winery located on a hill in the center of Valle de Guadalupe. 

    • native yeasts, low sulphites, minimal intervention, and use of hands as much in the process of making the wines are components that breathe life into these delightfully refreshing wines. 

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