Argentina is home to more than 850 wineries located mostly on the western side of the country by the Andes Mountains. Get to know Argentina's incredible wine bodegas.
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Great wines begin in the vineyard. Our vision is to make rich and unforgettable wines that are true to the special place they come from. The story of Catena is the story of Argentine wine. Founded in 1902, Argentina’s Bodega Catena Zapata is known for its pioneering role in resurrecting Malbec and in discovering extreme high altitude terroirs in the Andean foothills of Mendoza. The family’s Adrianna Vineyard at almost 5,000 feet elevation has been called the Grand Cru of South America.
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Located at the argentine province of Mendoza, Bodega & Cavas de Weinert was built in 1890 by a Spanish family and founded in 1975 by the Brazilian businessman of german origin Bernardo C. Weinert. The mission of he who carries the art of wine* as a name and extends it to the family business is sustained for more than forty years: to create high quality classic wines. With long periods of ageing in large French oak casks, Weinert wines reflect the elegance of time, where the art of winemaking and the vibrancy of Mendoza’s terroir meet to create enchanting, profound and timeless wines. *wein “wine” in german, his native language.
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Bodega y Viñedos Catena encompasses the wines produced at the six Catena-family vineyards located in the Maipú, Luján de Cuyo, Tupungato and San Carlos regions of Mendoza, as well as a winery in the Vista Flores district of the Tunuyán region. Adopted by its founder Nicola Catena in 1902, the distinguished name returns the family to its vineyard-centric roots, recalling the principles the winery was founded upon – family, grapes, and place. Bodega y Viñedos Catena includes the winery’s new La Marchigiana natural wine range, as well as the Catena Alta, D.V. Catena, Appellation, and Catena Classic wines.
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