Nov 18, 2012
16th century Jesuits set up missions in the remote regions of Mexico’s Copper Canyon teaching the indigenous Tarahumara Indians to raise livestock, make wood products from local pine and introduced Old World plants to the region including grapevines for wine production.
via Heritage Mission Wine Vineyards Rediscovered in Copper Canyon – Guest Post | Vallarta Escapes.
Tags: Copper Canyon, grapevines, Indians, Jesuits, missions, Old World, Tarahumara, Wine
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