Ceja Vineyards: Mother & daughter reflect on journey from picking grapes to owning a winery
Their story is, in many ways, the "American Dream." Amelia Ceja immigrated to Napa when she was 12 years old, where she and her family worked picking grapes. Now, she and her family own Ceja Vineyards, with Amelia being the first Mexican-American woman to be president and CEO of a winery. Bay Area People host Claudine Wong sat down with Amelia and her daughter, Dalia to talk about their journey, and how they're hoping to revolutionize the wine industry by incorporating their Mexican heritage.