Bienvenidos a Los Altos de Jalisco
The Highlands of Jalisco—proud land of tequila, charros and tradition.
Fly into Guadalajara, drive eastward for 80 miles, and you'll find yourself in the Highlands of Jalisco. The region lies 6,000 feet above sea level. It is a region known for it's characteristic red clay soil, fervent Catholic faith, hard work ethic and renowned tequila producers. It's anchored by three main towns—Tepatitlan, Arandas and Atotonilco, which form the so-called Golden Triangle of Tequila Production. Don Pilar's hometown, San José de Gracia, is nestled in the middle of this triangle.