What happened to Martha Clara Vineyard?
Martha Clara Vineyards in Riverhead has been sold by the Entenmann family for $15 million to a Mexican family that owns a winery, according to press releases from the buyer and the brokerage handling the sale. The 113-acre vineyard makes up most of the 205-acre Big E farm.
Who bought Martha Clara Vineyards?
The Rivero-González family
The Rivero-González family, one of the most renowned Mexican wine producers in Parras, Coahuila, has agreed to purchase Martha Clara Vineyards in Riverhead, N.Y., one of Long Island’s finest vineyards.
Who owns RG NY?
ABOUT RGNY We are the Rivero González family – a family of winemakers who operate within our strong roots and fundamental brand values.
What is Martha Clara now?
A Mexican winemaking family has purchased Martha Clara Vineyards in Riverhead. The Rivero-González family, Mexican wine producers in Parras, Coahuila has bought the Riverhead vineyard for an undisclosed sum, the family announced in a press release.
How much did Martha Clara sell for?
The $15 million sale of Martha Clara Vineyards in Riverhead to the Rivero-González family—a Mexican wine producer in Parras, Coahuila—was announced last Wednesday. The sale closed on April 20.
What does RGNY stand for?
WineDivaa: Please tell us about What does RGNY stands for: Maria Rivero: Rivero Gonzalez. Its the name of our winery in Parras (Valle de Parras, Mexico). Rivero is my fathers last name and Gonzalez is my mothers last name. This has been a family effort since day 1 and we wanted to put that forward in our brand.
What is the new name of Martha Clara Vineyard?
A year after acquiring Martha Clara Vineyards in Riverhead, the Rivero Gonzalez family is putting its stamp on the operation with a new name, RGNY, and a new focus on the vineyard “experience.”
Who owns RGNY Vineyard?
Rivero Gonzalez Family
The Rivero Gonzalez Family wineries, headed by Mexican businessman José Antonio Rivero Larrea, launched 20 years ago in Parras de la Fuente Coahuila and also operates tasting houses in Mexico City and Monterrey.
Who owns RGNY?
What was RGNY before?
Meet Lilia Pérez, the winemaker putting RGNY on the map. To reimagine and reinvent oneself requires some measure of risk. To reimagine and reinvent a winery at the same time is next-level. But for the team at RGNY—Rivero González, formerly Martha Clara Vineyards—the excitement of the risk is part of the reward.
Does RGNY have food?
The doors of our tasting room are always open to anyone looking to immerse themselves in the ever-changing world of wine. We always offer a selection of unique wine experiences, as well as specially curated events and wine pairing dinners. Please note, we do not allow outside food, beverages, balloons, or decorations.