Vinícola Parvada was born when its five founding partners recognized that Parras de la Fuente, Mexico, was the perfect place to develop the project they had been dreaming of. With a long history in real estate development and passion for the world of wine, the idea of creating a country-style subdivision surrounded by vineyards and walnut trees and a wine cellar where they can make and show their own wines, was a dream that could not wait. Today, and with that origin, Vinícola Parvada has become, since its foundation in 2017, one of the most important projects on the national scene.
Parvada is located in the magical town of Parras de la Fuente, in the state of Coahuila de Zaragoza, in the oldest wine region in America. It has been consolidated, since its foundation, as an integral project with more than 20 hectares of its own vineyard in full growth; a wine cellar you can visit, a cellar that is unique, modern, and innovative. The Parvada project boasts production of wines recognized nationally and internationally for their quality; a restaurant and social areas; walnut trees and gardens; event hall for more than 750 people; soon, a boutique hotel and Pueblo Parvada, with villas for housing. Our facilities offer an unparalleled environment for all our visitors surrounded by nature, and where learning and enjoying the world of wine is possible. Our mission is to offer unique experiences in a unique place.
Lucía García Alonso, graduated in Biology and a master’s degree in Oenology and Viticulture from the Polytechnic University of Madrid. Lucia discovered her vocation, while still a student, had the opportunity to work in Jerez, one of the oldest and most renowned appellations of origin in Spain. After completing her academic training, where she combined wine research projects at several universities, she acquired extensive international experience. Including work at Montes Alpha and Lapostolle, two emblematic Chilean wineries. In addition, her focus included specialization work with Riesling and Pinot Noir in the famous Moselle Valley of Germany. Lucia has also accentuated her skills with the cultivation and elaboration of Tempranillo grapes in Spain. Her experience has contributed to forging her own oenological identity, while creating unique and recognizable wines, always faithful to the typicity of the terroir.
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