Posts Tagged ‘Alejandro Vigil’

Alejandro Vigil: “No es necesario tomar vinos caros”

March 17, 2015 by Julián Peralta

El enólogo principal de la bodega Catena Zapata es uno de los más influyentes del mundo del vino. Es el preferido de numerosas personalidades y famosos que lo elijen para desarrollar sus proyectos enológicos. Sus creaciones alcanzan altos puntajes a nivel internacional.

El Enemigo: from cult wine to international success

September 12, 2014

After reaching the highest scores from the critics, there is a waiting list to buy some of its labels.

New recognitions for Aleanna

August 29, 2014

The winery belonging to Alejandro Vigil and Adrianna Catena obtained high scores in the US publication Wine Spectator. The distinguished wines were: Gran Enemigo 2010, with 94 pts, and El Enemigo Cabernet Franc, with 91 pts.
In the case of Gran Enemigo, it was described as “elegantly styled with powerful dark and red fruit flavors, including [...]

Developing the local regions, one of Catena Institute’s aims

August 28, 2014

The prestigious winery presents its new institute, conducted by Laura Catena and Fernando Buscema. What will be the aims and research lines of this Institute?

Alejandro Vigil introduced his wines to a group of journalists

June 2, 2014 by Claudia Ortiz

After his wines received the highest score from Robert Parker, the renowned winemaker of Aleanna and Catena Zapata welcomed a group of journalists in his house, where he presented his complete line of wines: El Enemigo.

Gran Enemigo: the best scoring wine for Parker

May 28, 2014

Gran Enemigo, a creation of winemaker Alejandro Vigil, of Aleanna winery, is a blend with a predominance of Cabernet Franc scoring 97 points in the last report of the renowned wine critic’s publication.
Luis Gutierrez, appointed by Wine Advocate to rate Argentine wines, gave 97 points to this blend of Cabernet Franc, Petit Verdot, and Malbec: [...]

What is behind Parker’s wines?

May 14, 2014 by Laura Saieg

WineSur talked to the winemakers who scored 95 points o more so as to learn more about each of the award-winning wines. Personal projects and small-sized wineries stood out this year. Region was more appreciated than the varietal character, being Gualtallary and Altamira at the top of the ranking.

Cabernet Franc, the “future” for Argentina

December 10, 2013

Cabernet Franc has a greater future in Argentina than Cabernet Sauvignon according to one of the most respected winemakers in the country, Alejandro Vigil, chief winemaker at Catena Zapata.

El Enemigo and Nicolás Catena, in two great vertical tastings

August 21, 2013 by Laura Saieg

The Park Hyatt Mendoza hotel hosted two wine tastings along with Alejandro Vigil. There, the evolution of multi-award-winning products could be observed.

“This recognition is not only for me but for all the people who are making great changes in the industry”

June 17, 2013 by Laura Saieg

The chief winemaker of Catena Zapata was included in the list “Ones to Watch” of the England-based wine magazine.