72 YEARS WORKING FOR THE WINE INDUSTRY OF MEXICO

  • 1520
  • 1683
  • 1843
  • 1948
  • 1964
  • 1970
  • 1980
  • 1994
  • 2003
  • 2009
  • 2015
  • 2016
  • 2018
  • 2019
  • 2020
  • 2022
  • 1520


    The conquerors and missionaries brought vine to Mexico. It was until 1522 when the planting and production of the wine began.
  • 1683


    The Jesuit Eusebio Francisco Quino arrived in Baja California. The friars planted the mission grape, it is believed that in 1707 the first harvest was made in Baja California.
  • 1843


    President Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna authorized the opening of the agricultural school where they taught the cultivation and management of the vine.
  • 1948


    At the initiative of Don Nazario Ortiz Garza, the National Winegrowers Association (ANV) was officially created in Aguascalientes.
  • 1964


    Productos de Uva de Aguascalientes known today as Valle Redondo, was founded.
  • 1970


    Mexico joined the International Office of Vine and Wine, now the International Organization of Vine and Wine (OIV).
  • 1980


    The seventieth General Wine Assembly of the OIV was held in Mexico.
  • 1994


    The Mexican Association of Sommeliers was founded.
  • 2003


    The national committee Sistema Producto Uva was created.
  • 2009


    The Mexican Vitiviniculture Council A.C. was created, merging the Nacional Association of Winegrowers, A.C. and the CNSPU. In addition, Mexico step out from the OID.
  • 2015


    Mr. Daniel Milmo Brittingham is elected president of the CMV.
  • 2016


    At the national fair of San Marcos, Aguascalientes, the largest tasting in the world takes place. Mexico re-entered the International Organization of Vine and Wine.
  • 2018


    The 70th anniversary of the Mexican Vitiviniculture Council was celebrated and the collective brand of Mexican wine was promoted. On May 23, the law to promote the winegrowing industry is promulgated.
  • 2019


    Mr. Hans Backhoff is elected president of the CMV.
  • 2020


    CMV receives the official document of the Collective Brand of Mexican Wine, before the IMPI.
  • 2022


    OIV congress in Mexico

72 YEARS WORKING FOR THE WINE INDUSTRY OF MEXICO

  • 1520
  • 1683
  • 1843
  • 1948
  • 1964
  • 1970
  • 1980
  • 1994
  • 2003
  • 2009
  • 2015
  • 2016
  • 2018
  • 2019
  • 2020
  • 2022
  • 1520


    The conquerors and missionaries brought vine to Mexico. It was until 1522 when the planting and production of the wine began.
  • 1683


    The Jesuit Eusebio Francisco Quino arrived in Baja California. The friars planted the mission grape, it is believed that in 1707 the first harvest was made in Baja California.
  • 1843


    President Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna authorized the opening of the agricultural school where they taught the cultivation and management of the vine.
  • 1948


    At the initiative of Don Nazario Ortiz Garza, the National Winegrowers Association (ANV) was officially created in Aguascalientes.
  • 1964


    Productos de Uva de Aguascalientes known today as Valle Redondo, was founded.
  • 1970


    Mexico joined the International Office of Vine and Wine, now the International Organization of Vine and Wine (OIV).
  • 1980


    The seventieth General Wine Assembly of the OIV was held in Mexico.
  • 1994


    The Mexican Association of Sommeliers was founded.
  • 2003


    The national committee Sistema Producto Uva was created.
  • 2009


    The Mexican Vitiviniculture Council A.C. was created, merging the Nacional Association of Winegrowers, A.C. and the CNSPU. In addition, Mexico step out from the OID.
  • 2015


    Mr. Daniel Milmo Brittingham is elected president of the CMV.
  • 2016


    At the national fair of San Marcos, Aguascalientes, the largest tasting in the world takes place. Mexico re-entered the International Organization of Vine and Wine.
  • 2018


    The 70th anniversary of the Mexican Vitiviniculture Council was celebrated and the collective brand of Mexican wine was promoted. On May 23, the law to promote the winegrowing industry is promulgated.
  • 2019


    Mr. Hans Backhoff is elected president of the CMV.
  • 2020


    CMV receives the official document of the Collective Brand of Mexican Wine, before the IMPI.
  • 2022


    OIV congress in Mexico