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Amelia Morán Ceja is the first Mexican-American woman to be elected president of a commercial winery in Napa Valley, Ceja Vineyards. She has appeared on the Today Show and Univision and has been featured in articles in the New York Times, USA Today, and Wall Street Journal; in More, Sip, and Intermezzo magazines; on the cover of Gastronomique En Vogue; and in TED Talks and PBS documentaries. She recently demonstrated the art of making tortillas at the Smithsonian Institute’s “Cooking Up History” program and her first Pozole video has received over 600,000 views on Al Jazeera Media Network's social media platform.


Amelia in the media

Ceja Family Creates Labor Of Love At Latino Family-Owned Vineyard | NBC New

De 400 viñedos 12 son manejados por mexicanos que inmigraron sin nada y ahora son 'los amos del valle'.
AJ+ went to visit Amelia Moran Ceja, President of Ceja Vineyards in the Napa Valley. She showed us how she makes her delicious Mexican Pozole.
Guess what? Beans and tortillas pair nicely with a Cabernet Sauvignon. And it's healthier for you, too. It's possible to operate a successful wine business without leaving behind a love for Mexican culture and memories of being a farm laborer.