November 18, 2015 @ 6:00 pm
Meet Your Maker: Carmen Alicia Villarreal Treviño of Casa San Matias
Good afternoon Members –
The Library is thrilled to have the opportunity of hosting the Owner and Director of Casa San Matias, Carmen Alicia Villarreal Treviño, on Wednesday, November 18th, for a very special Meet Your Maker in the Library’s Tasting Room.
Carmen will walk us through her family’s spectacular lines of Casa San Matias tequilas, produced at their 130-year old distillery, including one very special surprise! Light bites will also be provided by our kitchen to complement the taste profiles of Casa San Matias. Following the lively round table discussion, we welcome you to stay at the Library and spend time at our fireplace for an additional dram or two.
We are offering two one-hour sessions at 6PM or 7:30PM, with only 7 seats per session, so move quickly to get those seats reserved right away!
Come celebrate 130 years of achievement from Casa San Matias with us!
November 18th, 2015
Two Seatings: 6PM or 7:30PM
We look forward to seeing you on the 18th!
— Your Friends at the Library
Carmen Alicia Villareal Trevino
Carmen Alicia Villarreal Treviño is the Director of Casa San Matías, based in Los Altos de Jalisco. She has been on the Board of Directors of both the Tequila Chamber of Commerce and the Jalisco Industrial Chamber of Commerce. She is the only woman holding a leadership position in the tequila industry and her company is the only one that is 100% Mexican. Ms.Villarreal earned a degree in marketing at the Technological Institute of Advanced Studies in the West, ITESO, as well as a Masters in Business Management from the IPADE Business School.
Ms. Villarreal is a woman with a high sense of humanity and she belongs to several institutions that serve the community such as the SECURA, which supports people who have had a great loss, either in the death of a loved one, job, divorce or serious disease like cancer. She also supports ACORTAR DISTANCIA which is an institution dedicated to helping homeless children in the most marginalized inner-city neighborhoods. Additionally, Villareal helps support Asociación Tepeyac which is dedicated to support immigrants in New York City.
All ticketed event sales are non-refundable