“My earliest memories of Brugal go back to my childhood, when I visited the warehouses and bottling facilities during my holidays. As a boy, I never imagined that, just 25 years later, I would be overseeing production myself. But in 2008, I was invited to join the family business and, following my first experience in the tasting room, I knew it was the life for me.
Now, as a Maestro Ronero, I know how much wisdom, passion and hard work has gone into preserving and continuing the proud legacy of Brugal, from one generation to the next. I feel blessed to be part of it.”