Posts Tagged ‘Laura Catena’

Winemakers do a U-turn

January 29, 2015 by Jancis Robinson

In my little puddle of vinous life I am becoming aware of the most massive U-turn on the part of an increasing number of thoughtful wine producers. Interestingly, this is nothing to do with marketing but sheer disaffection with the wines they made in the past.

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?

What is Laura Catena’s dream?

August 24, 2011 by M. Soledad Gonzalez - Laura Saieg

In an interview with WineSur, the head of Catena Zapata talked about the future of Argentina viticulture, challenges for next years, and the national situation.

Book Review: Vino Argentino by Laura Catena

February 17, 2011 by ayarrow

Argentine wine is an interesting subject for a book at this point in time. The wine industry in Argentina is currently witnessing a renovation and redefinition, with many wineries focusing on the potential for exportation. This burgeoning fine wine industry has caught the eyes of many throughout the international world of [...]

Laura Catena

October 18, 2010 by Ma. Soledad González

Laura Catena is part of one of the most important wineries in Argentina. Know about their profession and the challenges she faces.