Wine is the drink that since ancient times has been present in the lives of human beings, both in times of joy and sadness. The main raw material of such sweet food is the grape, which grows grouped in clusters that can contain between 6 and up to 300 grapes each, there are purple, green, black, yellow, red, purple, pink, brown or orange. Mexico has 7 wine regions that are Coahuila, Querétaro, Aguascalientes, Sonora, Zacatecas, Baja California and Durango; These regions produce 90% of the wine of the whole country; Depending on the type of grape that is grown, it is the wine that is produced, so there are no equal wines. The Harvest Festivals or Festivals represented the renewal of the cycle of union between the earthly and the divine, hence the fact that we say that it is sacred; In these festivals both rich and poor lived together. The Romans were the ones who propagated the technique of treading the grapes to obtain the juice that they then left to ferment naturally. At present new techniques and tools are used to obtain it, but in the majority and not to say, that in all the wine-producing regions these parties are carried out with the aim of thanking the harvest and the hard work that in the span of 1 year they did. In our country these festivals are held during the summer, mainly in the months of July and August, and anyone who wishes to celebrate with them is invited. Different activities are carried out without missing the traditional treading of grapes. So if you do not have fungus on your feet and you bathe often, we invite you to celebrate together with the farmers the union of the human being with the earth, work and the divine.
"There is more philosophy and wisdom in a bottle of wine, than in all books" Louis Pasteur