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Viva Tequila Festival VIP Tour:Birthplace of Tequila

by Audrey Hazel

Want a special trip? Together in Jalisco, Mexico, visit a noble estate and enjoy the local cuisine and culture. Visit Birthplace of Tequila to learn about the history and art of tequila!

Atlanta, GA (Merxwire) – If you like the noble estate, if you like tequila, then you can’t miss this fun new journey. The Viva Tequila Festival Tour offers an exclusive itinerary for VIPs. Let’s go to Jalisco, Mexico, to taste folk-specific dishes, and taste handicrafts Tequilas.

One Atlanta-based company, Juan Bonilla Imports, is dedicated to imparting the history and artistry of tequila and holds the Viva Tequila Festival every year. This journey will experience Mexican food and culture in a noble environment, giving you unique travel memories.

Hosted by wine, beer and spirits purveyor Juan Bonilla, dubbed “Mr. Tequila,” the Viva Tequila Festival Tour takes participants on an exclusive trip down the historic timeline of the Tequila Trail, providing in-depth understanding of the different regions that cultivate Tequila, the history of this iconic Mexican spirit and its importance in the local, national and international economies.

Bonilla’s family has been involved in the production of Tequila for more than a century, and his relationship with small-to-large tequila makers and local businesses in Jalisco ensures a once-in-a-lifetime experience that very few people ever get to enjoy.

The Viva Tequila Festival’s Mexico Experience visits the cities of Tlaquepaque, Tequila, Atotonilco, and Guadalajara to provide a local perspective of the manufacturing of Tequila. Highlights include visits to the Fortaleza and Don Nacho craft distilleries as well as hacienda of José Cuervo, where participants bottle their own Reserva de la Familia, and enjoy a tasting in the property’s private cellar and then dinner at the Tienda de Raya, both opened exclusively for Viva Tequila Festival.

All Tequila tastings are paired with meals at some of the region’s most iconic restaurants, including Tlaquepaque’s Casa Luna Restaurant, which offers a Tequila as well as regional fruit drinks, and Solar de la Animas Hotel, which serves breakfast-time “wake-you-up” morning drinks.

Tour participants are treated to stays in centuries-old haciendas that were once home to some of Mexico’s wealthiest people. Take a morning horseback ride at the historic, 17th century Hacienda Labor de Rivera or disconnect and relax with a spa treatment at Hacienda El Carmen Hotel & Spa.

Viva Tequila Festival’s tours are booked via the company’s concierge service. More information please visit: https://www.vivatequilafestival.com/

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