Sauza inaugurated the skywalk of its bottling area this May the 2nd, 2019. From now on, visitors of our Hornitos and 3 Generaciones guided tours will be able to walk into this area and learn all about our packaging process, from the filling of bottles with tequila, to their labeling and packaging.
We will be interviewing Casa Sauza's CEO, Servando Calderón, to learn more about the production of tequila. We here share with you the transcript of the first interview that we had in order to learn a little more about Casa Sauza.
Tequila's National Day
Tequila, a word that represents Mexicans everywhere in the world and that, not only it makes a reference to a spirited drink but it also makes reference to a place, a history, a culture, to legends that have been passed down during many generations. Casa Sauza is a pioneer in sharing this heritage, this huge legacy that Tequila brings, with all of Mexico.
Why go to a wedding expo?
If you are getting married soon, this is, without a doubt, one of the questions you must be asking yourself. Is it worth going?
Fernando Avila, master distiller of Sauza, was interviewed by Ramiro Escoto for the television program En Contexto. In this interview, Fernando tells us about the work that is being done along with Beam Suntory in order to offer the world a world class tequila. This is what he told us:
In this article, I will talk about the tree-planting program, which is one of the activities that Casa Sauza has developed in order to support the conservation of our planet.
We had the chance to briefly speak with Juan Alberto Rivera, Casa Sauza's lawyer. We would like to share this information with you.
Mexican Night at Casa Sauza on 2017
I, Rafael Ramos, am responsible of organizing this event along with my team. We care about organizing everything so well, to the most minimum detail, so that it turns out to be a very pleasant and family-friendly event.
We had the chance to speak to Juan Rafael Rotzinger Naranjo, Technical Coordinator of the Consejo de Desarrollo integral de Tequila, CODIT (Council for the Comprehensive Development of Tequila).
He shared information with us about this council which, although is meant for the development of Tequila, Jalisco, will also become a project that will have a national impact. This is what he said: