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A brief history

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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Catena Institute of Wine

The vision of the Catena Institute of Wine is to continue elevating our historic variety Malbec and our Argentine winemaking regions for another 100 years. Nicolás Catena Zapata's high altitude wine revolution led to the discovery of a new terroir for wine, the Adrianna Vineyard at almost 5,000 feet elevation. Today, the team of the Catena Institute of Wine is dedicated to studying every meter, every rock, every insect and microorganism in the Adrianna Vineyard, making it perhaps the most studied vineyard in the world.

Distribution

North America

- USA, Mexico, Canada

South America

- Bolivia, Brasil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Uruguay, Paraguay, Peru, Venezuela

Central America

- Caribbean Islands, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatamala, Honduras, Panama, Puerto Rico, Republica Dominica

Europe

- Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Finland, Denmark, France, Germany, Iceland, Isreal, Italy, Malta, Norway, Northern Ireland, Poland, Republic of Ireland, Romainia, Russia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, The Netherlands, Turkey, United Kingdom, Ukraine

Asia

- China, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Malasya, Philippines, Republic of South Korea, Taiwan, Singapore, Thailand, United Arab Emirates, Vietnam

Africa

- Kenya

Oceania

- Australia, New Zealand
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Producing Region
Established in
1902

Production

Varieties in wines

Bonarda Cabernet Franc Cabernet Sauvignon Chardonnay Chenin Blanc Criolla Chica Gewürztraminer Malbec Merlot Moscatel Moscatel de Alejandría Petit Verdot Pinot Noir Sangiovese Sauvignon Blanc Sémillon Syrah Viognier