Cast and production of Caminos de Guanajuato gave the initial clapboard click

Azteca: In Caminos de Guanajuato we will respect the original Gran Reserva story, but adapted to Mexican culture
Vanessa Maldonado, Mexico City|17 de marzo de 2015

In a house located in Coyoacán, Mexico City, Azteca began shooting its new production Caminos de Guanajuato (90x60’), starring Iliana Fox and Erik Hayser. It is produced by Javier Pons and Jacky Castro, directed by Walter Doehner and is estimated to be aired on the 9pm schedule next May on Trece. "We want to respect the essence of the original version, because it has shifts and events that take place rapidly in each episode, but adapted to Mexican landscapes and customs. We will always surprise viewers with things he will not believe. It is a very well-knit text, with a great cast that will make history with a great product" said Pons. In the presence of Elisa Salinas, director of Azteca Novelas, the producer also mentioned that wine production will be the central theme of the story, that it will "show the love for the land and this cultural tradition. It is not a normal business, it requires time and passion, and that is what we wanted to reflect in the story. We will see real people working in the fields, living the process of the vineyards". Caminos de Guanajuato is the Mexican version of the Spanish series Gran Reserva, produced in 2010, and whose adaptation is now under the responsibility of Luis Felipe Ibarra. The story will have locations in Mexico City, Dolores Hidalgo, San Miguel de Allende, and the city of Guanajuato, as well as other cities such as Buenos Aires, Argentina, where some scenes have already been shot.