Join us for a free tasting with Codigo Tequila in our Stuart Tasting room
Thursday May 19, 2022 - 5pm-7pm - Open House and Free Tasting and visit with Codigo 1530 Tequila. Brand representative Gail Conde will be in the house to pour tastes of the Codigo line including the Rosa Reposado and products from the Origen collection . Come enjoy light snacks and purchase bottles to take home to add to your collection!
346 NW Alice Ave,
Stuart, FL 34994
21+ over only
About Codigo Tequila
Código 1530 is a special project from former CEO of Crocs, Ron Snyder and Federico “Fede” Vaughan with financial backing from country superstar George Strait, retired NHL star Brett Hull, and former NFL coach Mike Shanahan.
Tequila Código 1530 comes to the Sip Tequila portfolio from the town of Amatitán in the valley region of Jalisco. Amatitán in particular is known for its earthy, rich, and herbal leaning Tequila profiles and Código holds true to this tradition. Not only has Código Tequila harkened back to the roots of a classic highland region Tequila profile, but it brings in the profile from another very famous region in the world, however, this one produces some of the worlds best wines, instead of Tequila. The expressions in Código’s lineup are aged in carefully sourced French White Oak barrels previously used in the Napa Valley of California, to age red wine - with the exception of the blanco of course, which remains unaged. The aged expressions, namely the Rosa with its pink hues from 1 month's time in a Napa Valley Cabernet French White Oak wine barrel, are a fantastic balance of sweetness and vegetal notes of cooked agave, and the subtle notes of oak and red fruits of the wine barrels.
On the label, you’ll find the Jerusalem Cross, which is also found at the top of the Jalisco Coat of Arms, dating back to the year 1530 when Amatitán was officially recognized as a city of New Galicia and Jalisco was given a coat of arms by the Spanish monarchy. The name “Código 1530” honors the old world codes and customs that still live on in the Amatitán region today.