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“Fermente Fest” transforming raw materials with respect for nature

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The second edition of “Fermente Fest” – the first event of its kind – brought together 32 exhibitors of natural wine, low-intervention wine, organic biodynamic wine, kombuchas, ciders, and pulque, at La Capilla Hotel.

Last weekend this event was held, which aims to position itself as one of the most important festivals in the country in this segment, this being the second Festival of its kind in Mexico. In addition, this festival seeks to be a promoter of clean agriculture in wine culture and also an icon of its kind in the central area of the country.

Francisco Javier Valverde Polín, General Director of Tourism Development, representing Juan José Álvarez Brunel, noted during the event that this “interesting market has had a lot of demand in the world,” and wished success to the producers present from Dolores Hidalgo CIN, San Miguel de Allende, Querétaro, Mexico City, Ensenada, Baja California, among other destinations.

Fermente Fest was born last year to showcase these products and present them to restaurateurs and hoteliers in the region, as well as to the general public. This festival promotes the brands produced by the State in all its categories: food, beverages, spirits, and more, indicated Paulina Cadena Gallardo, organizer of the event.

The local wine company hosting this edition is Cava Garambullo, which welcomed producers and attendees from the country and abroad, giving them a tour and mapping of the wine tourism industry of the state of Guanajuato.

During her message, NataliaLópez, host of the event, said that Fermente “encompasses the producers and the concept of what it means to ferment. We are a group that extends to people who decide to conserve something very human such as transforming raw materials, conserving them, and respecting microbiology and the environment.”

“These products nourish us, make the senses alive, and give a name to a territory (…), we choose to stand as producers to make a living transformation that is a trend, but is also the most ancestral. How proud that in Guanajuato we have a space that brings together all the producers who raise their voices to nourish society and recognize what we do,” added Natalia López.

In this second edition, cocoa, cheese, ginger, turmeric, crafts and local jewelry were also offered.

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