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The Tasting Journal

Es la ley: Denomination of Origin

In the alcohol industry, there are only a handful of spirits and wines protected by law, which is known as a Denomination of Origin. Internationally recognized, these Denominations of Origin zero in on the geography of where a product is made. For example, Avila’s cousin, tequila, is protected by its own Denomination of Origin which is defined by a very…

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From Soil to Spirit

The next time you pour a glass of your favorite wine, think about where it came from. The quality of the soil in the vineyard and the care and attention paid by the farmers and winemakers. It all matters when it comes to producing its’ foundation – beautiful, healthy grapes. Just as there are multitude of grapes used to produce…

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Avila’s Legacy and Lineage

If you flip back a few chapters in the history books to ancient, pre-Hispanic Mexico, you’ll find that the agave plant was deeply rooted within the cultures of that time period and was surrounded by a mystique that’s as fascinating as it is dynamic.

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