I decided to write this text because I received several comments on the basis of my past collaboration called "The ghost of wine travels through Mexico" in which I said that the wine sector in Mexico has grown an astounding 12% per year for the last ten years. In most of the comments people said that the government should lower taxes to help the development of the Mexican wine industry, since the high tax burden is an obstacle, especially because the national wine "pay more tax than imported".
Silent but steady, growth of the Mexican wine industry would surprised any business analyst: 12% per annum sustained for ten years. The quality of wine has been key.
Just 15 minutes from Tequisquiapan, the vineyard is located in an area similar to the Mediterranean; the ground is dry, with great capacity for water, sunny and windy, characteristics which, together, are essentially suitable for the development of life.