Amelia Morán Ceja came to the United States from Mexico when she was twelve years old. In this video, she speaks with her daughter Dalia and tells the story of how she created Ceja Vineyards and became the first Latina president of a family-owned vineyard in Napa. Nearly 40% of the population in Napa Valley is Latino, and yet that diversity is rarely reflected in the area’s prominent wine scene. But recently, more and more Latinos are running wineries, buying vineyards and redefining what wine culture looks like.

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