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  • Founded: 2006 by the Curiel family.

  • Winery location: Winery is located at the northern end of Valle de Guadalupe, right at the fringe of the wine growing region.  

  • Region and grape source: Estate grown vineyards in Valle de San Vicente

  • Annual production: 9000 cases  

  • Number of wines made: 10

  • Vineyard location, elevation and grape varieties:  

    • Valle de San Vicente – Their vineyards lie adjacent to the Pacific in Valle de San Vicente and range in elevation from 300 to 800 ft and were planted from 2005 onward. It has a privileged climate and formidable rocky soils on the slope of a hill facing the sea. All vineyards are sustainably farmed with an emphasis on minimal use of resources. The varieties grown are: Cabernet Sauvignon, Sangiovese, Pinot Noir, Syrah, Malbec, Viognier, Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, and Grenache. 

  • Winemaker: Hector Leonardo Villaseñor Neira - Born in Chile, now lives in Valle de Guadalupe 

  • Other notes: 

    • This is one of the only wineries which specializes in wine made exclusively from Valle de San Vicente. All wines are made from estate grown grapes, picked and sorted by hand. 

    • The winery name, which translates to “Vineyards of the Queen” was meant to honor the wife of the head of the founding family. 

    • With a broad and deep experience in wine, the Curiel family started this project with the intention of showing that Mexico could make wines with the kind of profound structure and balance required for a wine to age gracefully. True to their intentions, these are some of Mexico’s finest wines given time in the cellar and they reward those who have the patience to allow them to age. 

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