Por una vida bien vivida

Tributo a mi padre was created as a way of honoring my father’s memory, and a life truly well lived.
It’s my hope that this fine tequila will help you pay tribute to those you love and celebrate the special moments in life.

Hector Barreto, Jr

Founder and “Tequilero”

our products 

One Look you can see the difference… One sniff and you can tell the difference.  One taste and you will truly experience the difference.

Plain and simple, we are fine Tequilas made from a small batch production of the finest Weber Blue Agaves which are grown and harvested on our own private ranch in the heights and heart of the historic “Tequila Valley” in Jalisco, Mexico.

So, Raise your glass and say a toast. Pay tribute to all that is dear to you in life.





extra añejo

what makes a place, more than just a place?

Is it the beauty of its natural features? The traditions carried down by its people? Or the praise and recognition it receives from the rest of the world? For the Tierra de Agaves Distillery, and the home of Tributo Tequila, it’s all of these, and more.

the location

It’s good to know where you come from. In the picturesque central-pacific of Mexico lies the colonial town of Tequila, and our home, Tierra de Agaves. The estate itself was founded in 2004 by Francisco Beckmann, though we’ve been working these grounds for over eight generations, as long as the history of Tequila itself. Our estate includes a vast agave reserve and our centrally-located distillery and bottling facility. Having every part of the Tequila making process in one place ensures that we can closely monitor every facet of its production—from the field, to the factory, to the bottle.

Hector Barreto sr

Few Hispanic leaders have made as much of an impact in the U.S. Hispanic community as Hector Barreto, Sr. Even people who have never heard of him have benefited from his work toward creating opportunities for new business owners and his frequent stands for Hispanic rights and causes.

Barreto was born in Mexico City, Mexico on August 23, 1935. At 16 years old, Barreto was making a good living working with his father as a livestock dealer in Guadalajara. But he went bust after going out on his own a year later. In 1958, he immigrated to the United States. 



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