A “Grand Vin” is born in Argentina from an ancient French varietal, Malbec
Dr. Laura Catena is a Harvard and Stanford trained physician and the founder of the Catena Institute of Wine in Argentina in 1995. She is currently managing director of Bodega Catena Zapata. Recently, Bodega Catena Zapata (est. 1902) received Argentina’s 2017 Extraordinary Winery Award from Parker’s The Wine Advocate, and was named most awarded winery in the world by Vivino’s Wine Style Awards 2018. Catena has been called the “face” of Argentine wine and is author of Argentina’s definitive wine guide, “Vino Argentino”. She appeared in Oprah Magazine as one of the World’s Top Women Vintners. Her work has been featured in the NYT, the Wall Street Journal, Food and Wine Magazine, La Nación, Decanter and The Economist 1843 Magazine in an article about the Catena Institute titled “Argentine Wine’s Premier Crew.” In December of 2017 Laura introduced her second book in Latin America, “Oro en los Viñedos”, an illustrated book about the world’s most famous vineyards.
A “Grand Vin” is born in Argentina
Wednesday 15 May 2019 / 10:00 - 11:30