With over 120 years of experience and tradition, Casa San Matías produces some of the world’s finest tequilas.
These expressions are made from only the best blue agave, harvested from the rich soil of the Los Altos de Jalisco region, and distilled with the purest
spring water. The outcomes are unique tequilas that preserve the legacy of flavor and quality at Casa San Matías.
Casa San Matías was founded in 1886 by Don Delfino González in Magdalena, a small town located west of Tequila,
Jalisco. In the 1950s a new distillery was opened in Ojo de Agua, at altitudes above 6,000 feet. The fruitful grounds of Los Altos de Jalisco provide some
of the purest spring water in the region. This allows the distillery to produce a wide variety of superior tasting tequilas, all from 100% blue agave.
Today, the leadership of Casa San Matías is bestowed in Ms. Carmen Villarreal, the world’s only female distillery head, who leads her team in creating
the best tequilas in the region which satisfy the most demanding consumers.
Pueblo Viejo represents the real taste of Mexico.
Pueblo Viejo Blanco
Pueblo Viejo Blanco is transparent and bright. It has a sweet flavor, resulting from the slow cooked agave. This smooth tequila can be savored straight with salt and lime.
Tasting note: This medium to full-bodied tequila contains a pleasant mixture of herbal and vegetable flavors with a hint of orange blossom.
Recent awards: Rated 91 points, 2009 International Review of Spirits by Beverage Testing Institute; Gold medal, 2009 Spirits of Mexico Competition
Pueblo Viejo Reposado
Pueblo Viejo Reposado is aged for 9-months in American white oak barrels. Its color is straw, with a hint of green herbs that result in a golden hue.
You can enjoy it by itself or with white meat, roasted or fried. It also pairs well with seafood.
Tasting note: This sweet and spicy tequila features ripe fruits and buttery aromas along with hints of pepper and cinnamon.
Recent awards: Rated 91 points, 2009 International Review of Spirits by Beverage Testing Institute; Gold medal & Best of
Category, 2009 Spirits of Mexico Competition
Pueblo Viejo Añejo
Aged for 18 months, it has a soft orange color like a mild sunset. Through the light it’s bright and transparent with an amber tone. This is a mild añejo tequila.
Tasting note: This añejo tequila offers flavors of vanilla, oak, roasted almond, dried fruit and semi-sweet chocolate.
Recent awards: Rated 90 points, 2009 International Review of Spirits by Beverage Testing Institute; Gold medal, 2009 Spirits of Mexico Competition
For more information visit www.tequilapuebloviejo.com or www.sanmatias.com.