Vecindad is the origin of mezcal wine and the technological evolution of tequila
The heart of Vecindad (Neighborhood: community that shares its tradition) brings a 100% agave mezcal wine distillate made by ancestral producers in Jalisco and its surroundings. In such a way that the guests to the different Vecindades of these characters, understand the diverse endemic agave flavors and historical taste of the oldest methods used in their culture and tradition.
These communities continue without denomination of origin in areas of Jalisco, Nayarit and Colima, where historically was the point where the Spanish conquest and remains in question if distillation existed before the Spanish arrived sue to the archaeological discovery of small clay pots named as “ollas capachas” destined for small distillation batches. From there, the sale of mezcal wine continues clandestinely along the Ameca and Armería rivers until it reaches the Tequila Valleys, which later formed the Tequila denomination of origin by 1974.
The Tequila industry went through many practices to be able to supply its demand. The most recent method is cooking the agave juice through the extraction of sugars over a band, in the same way as teas in hot water infusions.
The collections of small productions of mezcal wine that Vecindad offers to the world are invaluable, that is the reason that we decided to include also the modern time line with the advanced technology in the market that processes 100% blue agave tequila at accessible prices.
100% Tequilana W. From Tequila Valley
100% Tequilana W.
From Tequila Valley
Hi-Tech Process & Quality Control
Hi-Tech Process &
Union between Mexico and the Modern Wolrd
Union between Mexico
and the Modern Wolrd
The Agave of Tequila Vecindad is born in Tequila’s Valley at 4000 ft above sea level,
near to the volcano that gives a strong richness of minerals to these land
The Agave of Tequila Vecindad is born in Tequila’s Valley at 4000 ft above sea level, near to the volcano that gives a strong richness of minerals to these land
(a. Rhodacantha) Ixtero Capón 2 years after blossom’s birth. This wild Agaves takes 15 years to reach maturity and it is reproduced by seed.
Location: Highland of Zapotitlán de Vadillo