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​Macario and Griselda Montoya named their wine Campesino, Spanish for “field worker”, as
a tribute to their families and the campesinos who are so often forgotten and overlooked in
the wine industry. The label is a drawing of Griselda’s fathers labored hands. When the
winter temperatures fall below freezing, the campesinos are working in the vineyards,
meticulously pruning, ensuring the vines’ growth and health for the upcoming year. When
summer temperatures soar above 100 degrees, they are nurturing and preparing the vineyard
for the approaching harvest. Many have come to California from Mexico, others from
Central and South America, all of them with a similar goal: to make a living. They are here
to provide for their families and in search of a better life. They source fruit from 4 vineyards
: La Prenda, Steel Plow Vnyd., Ceja Farms, and Green Acres Ranch; all are in Sonoma.
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