Published On: Fri, Mar 16th, 2018

Tequila maker’s tour of San Miguel de Allende

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Bertha González Nieves, co-founder and CEO of Casa Dragones, a high-end tequila that counts Oprah and Mexican super-chef Enrique Olvera as fans, is sitting in the dappled light of the courtyard of La Casa Dragones.
It’s a 17th-century stone building that once housed the stables of the Dragones, the rebels of San Miguel who masterminded the move to Mexican independence here more than two centuries ago.
González Nieves and her business partner, Bob Pittman, were so inspired by the rebels’ courage and independent spirit that they not only named their company after the Dragones but also purchased the stables and turned them into a stunning tequila tasting room and four-bedroom house where visitors can enjoy private tastings.
Casa Dragones (Photo: CNN)

Casa Dragones (Photo: CNN)

González Nieves likes to call Casa Dragones “the smallest tequila bar in the world“…
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