DAVID SURO - Project Coordinator
Suro, a Mexican-born American entrepreneur and life-long tequila connoisseur, assembled Siembra Azul's "Dream Team", from a short list of the industry's top experts.
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HECTOR SILVA - Operations Manager Mexico
With a strong background in international business, Hector Silva oversee Siembra Azul's business and office operations in Mexico.
OSCAR SERRANO - Operations Manager USA
With over 25 years of experience in the Restaurant business and 15 years in the USA, Oscar Serrano has a unique understanding of the the food and beverage industry plus deep knowledge on the cultural, historical and technical aspects of the category.
FELICIANO VIVANCO Y ASOCIADOS, S.A. - Distillery
A family full of traditions, The Feliciano Vivanco's are not just in agave growing and tequila production, but are also part of the emblematic tradition of Mexico, the Charreria. They are a family that symbolizes the culture of the region. You can taste the dedication and passion for Agave growing and the attention to detail in every drop of Tequila that comes from their distillery. There is no better family of producers to embody our philosophy, The Future of Tradition.
SERGIO CRUZ - Master Distiller
With a degree in Chemical Engineering, Sergio Cruz, is a rising star in the Tequila industry. His wisdom and dedication has taken him far, not just with his Tequilas but also as a Professor -- teaching new generations of Master Distillers.
Our utmost gratitude to one of the most knowledgeable group of guerreros in the ocean of agaves in the Highlands of Jalisco. Starting with the leader of this group Luis "El Vampi" Gonzalez, and his Family and co-workers, Antonio "El Pelon" Gonzalez, Jaime "La Carpa" Gonzalez, Hugo "El Caballo" Herrera, Jose Luis "Guiicho" Gonzalez, Refugio "La Loca" Gonzalez, Alejandro "El Mispero" Gonzalez, and Samuel "El Muchus" Lopez. Tireless people that perform an ancient tradition reflected in each jima on the best agave that the appellation has to offer.
A special mention to Oscar Gonzalez, a young 11 year old Jimador in the making. A kid that in between school and the orchards of agave is developing a solid foundation of the art of Jima. The Future of Tradition is in the hands of this remarkable young man.