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In 1902, the Catena family planted their first Malbec vineyard in Mendoza, establishing the foundation of Argentine modern wine industry. Today, the country is closely linked to Malbec, which is originally from France but triumphantly thrives on the lands of Argentina, especially on the extremely high-altitude vineyards on the Andes Mountains.
On 2 Apr (Sat), Dr. Laura Catena, Managing Director of Bodega Catena Zapata and founder of Catena Institute of Wine, will launch her new book Malbec Mon Amour online with us and share her journey in the famous Uco Valley with oenologist Alejandro Vigil. Join us and learn all you need to know about Malbec – from its development since Roman times, and its spread from the reign of Eleanor of Aquitaine right up to the phylloxera plague, and finally the success in Agrentina.
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