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Bodega y Viñedos Catena

Mendoza, Argentina

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DV Catena Cabernet Historico Bottle

DV Catena Cabernet Historico

The Catena wines are a special assemblage of High Mountain Estate Vineyards made by fourth generation vintner, Laura Catena and chief winemaker, Alejandro Vigil. Although we have found that most of the Catena wines are consumed shortly after release, we are pleased to see that they age beautifully for ten to twenty years. Through decades of study and exploration within Mendoza's high altitude mountain terroirs, the Catena family has identified special locations for its Estate vineyards. From the marriage of these historic vineyards merges a wine of unique character that has natural balance, concentration and a distinct varietal identity.

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Saint Felicien Sauvignon Blanc Bottle

Saint Felicien Sauvignon Blanc

The Saint Felicien brand dates back more than 40 years, when we launched our first Cabernet Sauvignon for the Argentine market. It was the first 100% varietal wine produced in Argentina, a trend soon to be followed by other wineries in the country. Currently, Saint Felicien is made in the same style that was previously reserved for export wines. The great success achieved in demanding markets such as England, the United States, Canada, Germany and the Netherlands inspired us to launch this international wine style in Argentina.

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DV Catena Tinto Historico Bottle

DV Catena Tinto Historico

The Catena wines are a special assemblage of High Mountain Estate Vineyards made by fourth generation vintner, Laura Catena and chief winemaker, Alejandro Vigil. Although we have found that most of the Catena wines are consumed shortly after release, we are pleased to see that they age beautifully for ten to twenty years. Through decades of study and exploration within Mendoza's high altitude mountain terroirs, the Catena family has identified special locations for its Estate vineyards. From the marriage of these historic vineyards merges a wine of unique character that has natural balance, concentration and a distinct varietal identity.

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Catena Alta Malbec Bottle

Catena Alta Malbec

Nicola Catena planted his first Malbec vineyard in Mendoza in 1902. His grandson, Nicolás Catena, is known as the man who revolutionized Argentine wine and introduced high altitude Malbec to the world. The Historic Catena Zapata vineyards are planted with the Catena family’s proprietary selection of malbec plants: the Catena Cuttings. Catena Alta Malbec is sourced from Lot 18 of the Angélica vineyard, Lot 4 of the La Pirámide vineyard, Lot 1 of the Nicasia vineyard, Lot 9 of the Adrianna vineyard and Lot 6 of the Angélica Sur vineyard. Catena Alta is an assemblage of historic rows within the Catena family Estate vineyards. The blend of these historic rows, like the combination of sounds that create a symphony, give us highly aromatic and elegant wine that speaks for the terroir and the vines that have been tended by the four generations of the Catena Family. "Alta" means high in Spanish. This makes reference to the high altitude vineyards from where the grapes are sourced, and to the high end wines that are produced with these special grapes.

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Catena Alta Cabernet Sauvignon Bottle

Catena Alta Cabernet Sauvignon

Before the world recognized Catena’s Argentina as “malbec country”, the winery was known for its old-world style Cabernet Sauvignon born in the clay-soils of Agrelo. The family cherishes its historic Cabernet Sauvignon vineyards in Agrelo and Tupungato, particularly for their ageability and classic flavors. Catena Alta Cabernet Sauvignon is sourced from Lot 3 of the La Pirámide vineyard, Lot 2 of the Domingo vineyard and Lot 2 of the Nicasia Vineyard. Catena Alta is an assemblage of historic rows within the Catena family Estate vineyards. The blend of these historic rows, like the marriage of sounds that create a symphony, yields a highly aromatic and elegant wine that speaks for the earth and the vines that have been tended by the Catenas for four generations. The Catena Alta wines can usually be drunk starting at three years after harvest and into the following one to two decades.

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Saint Felicien Tribute to Raul Soldi Bottle

Saint Felicien Tribute to Raul Soldi

This time Saint Felicien tribute to Raul Soldi. It is a limited edition of 93 barrels Pinot Noir. Made with grapes from vineyards located at different heights. It is characterized by its complexity, elegance, finesse; nothing better to reflect the work of this artist.

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Catena Alta Chardonnay Bottle

Catena Alta Chardonnay

Catena Alta is an assemblage of historic rows within the Catena family State vineyards. The blend of these historic rows, like the combination of sounds that create a symphony, give us highly aromatic and elegant wine that speaks for the terroir and the vines that have been tended by the four generations of the Catena Family. "Alta" means high in Spanish. This makes reference to the high altitude vineyards from where the grapes are sourced, and to the high end wines that are produced with this special grapes. At almost 5,000 feet elevation in the Andean foothills, the Adrianna vineyard's calcareous soils and cool climate are the promised land of Chardonnay. The fruit from the Adrianna vineyard has a purity of flavors and a minerality that is particular to this vineyard and can not be found anywhere else in Mendoza. The nearby, gravel-covered Domingo Vineyard makes up 20% of the blend. Elevage: 14 months in French oak barrels.

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DV Catena Pinot Noir-Pinot Noir Bottle

DV Catena Pinot Noir-Pinot Noir

The grapes for D.V. Catena are sourced from high altitude, mountain vineyards planted at elevations between 3297’ and 3957’ above sea level. Years of research, lead to the identification of the ideal “terroir” that could offer the highest concentration of aromas and flavors.

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Catena Appellation La Consulta Malbec Bottle

Catena Appellation La Consulta Malbec

Family vintners for over 100 years, the Catenas are recognized for their pioneering role in high-altitude viticulture and in leading Argentina’s Malbec revolution. In the 1950s, Don Domingo Catena began sourcing Malbec from the vineyards of La Consulta. The combination of intense sunlight and cool nights yields a wine that Domingo prized for its deep purple color, black fruit aromatics and rich velvety tannins.

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DV Catena Chardonnay-Chardonnay Bottle

DV Catena Chardonnay-Chardonnay

The grapes for D.V. Catena are sourced from high altitude, mountain vineyards planted at elevations between 3297’ and 3957’ above sea level. Years of research, lead to the identification of the ideal “terroir” that could offer the highest concentration of aromas and flavors.

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La Marchigiana Malbec Bottle

La Marchigiana Malbec

In 1898 the Marchigiano Nicola Catena arrived in Argentina with his ancestral tradition of preserving wines by its own tannins, matured in clay pots. "La Marchigiana" honors the natural and sulfite-free homemade wines legacy with this very limited production of Criolla Chica, Bonarda, Chardonnay, Moscatel and Malbec, fermented and aged in clay pots where full body and longevity are gained through long-term skin contact. A naked wine in which grape and terroir speak.

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La Marchigiana Criolla Bottle

La Marchigiana Criolla

In 1898 the Marchigiano Nicola Catena arrived in Argentina with his ancestral tradition of preserving wines by its own tannins, matured in clay pots. "La Marchigiana" honors the natural and sulfite-free homemade wines legacy with this very limited production of Criolla Chica, Bonarda, Chardonnay, Moscatel and Malbec, fermented and aged in clay pots where full body and longevity are gained through long-term skin contact. A naked wine in which grape and terroir speak.

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Nicasia Vineyards Blanc de Blancs Bottle

Nicasia Vineyards Blanc de Blancs

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Nicasia Vineyards Red Blend Cabernet Franc Bottle

Nicasia Vineyards Red Blend Cabernet Franc

The Nicasia Vineyards Red Blend shows a version of the Bordeaux French tradition: the assembly or blend of three varieties. We strongly believe that the varietal mixture allows the Masters Winemaker to optimize the distinctive features of scent and flavor which complement each other to attain the maximum softness and complexity.

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Nicasia Vineyards Red Blend Malbec Bottle

Nicasia Vineyards Red Blend Malbec

The Nicasia Vineyards Red Blend shows a version of the Bordeaux French tradition: the assembly or blend of three varieties. We strongly believe that the varietal mixture allows the Masters Winemaker to optimize the distinctive features of scent and flavor which complement each other to attain the maximum softness and complexity.

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Nicasia Vineyards Doux Bottle

Nicasia Vineyards Doux

Nicasia Vineyards Doux is a young sparkling wine made from Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Moscatel

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Catena Appellation Vista Flores Malbec Bottle

Catena Appellation Vista Flores Malbec

Family vintners for over 100 years, the Catenas are recognized for their pioneering role in high-altitude viticulture and in leading Argentina's Malbec revolution. In the 1950´s, Don Domingo Catena began sourcing Malbec from the historic vineyards of Vista Flores. Domingo prized the region's Malbec for its dark colored and structured tannins.

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Catena Appellation San Carlos Cabernet Franc Bottle

Catena Appellation San Carlos Cabernet Franc

Family vintners for over 100 years, the Catenas are recognized for their pioneering role in high-altitude viticulture in Argentina. This Cabernet Franc is sourced from the family´s historic vineyards in San Carlos. Here, the sandy-loam soils and mountainous climate yield a wine with concentrated ripe red berries, a touch of eucalyptus and black pepper, robust tannins and smooth lengthy finish.

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Catena Appellation Luján de Cuyo White Clay Bottle

Catena Appellation Luján de Cuyo White Clay

Family vintners for over 100 years, the Catenas are recognized for ther pioneering role in high-altitude viticulture in Argentina. Luján de Cuyo Appellation is known for its clay-rich soils and cool nights. Deeply aromatic with expressive citrus and peach with a rich and mineral finish. Pairs well with vegetables, pasta and grilled white meats. This blend of Semillon and Chenin Blanc is Argentina’s century-old traditional white wine.

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Catena Appellation Tupungato Chardonnay Bottle

Catena Appellation Tupungato Chardonnay

Family vintners for over 100 years, the Catenas are recognized for their pioneering role in high-altitude viticulture in Argentina. Over two decades ago, Nicolás Catena Zapata selected the Tupungato appellation with its pebble-covered soils and extreme cool nights, to plant the family's Chardonnay vineyards. Tupungato lies between 4000 and 5000ft in the foothills of the Andes mountains. This Chardonnay is deeply aromatic with expressive citrus fruit aromas and rich mineral notes.

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Catena Appellation Lunlunta Malbec Bottle

Catena Appellation Lunlunta Malbec

Family vintners for over 100 years, the Catenas are recognized for their pioneering role in high-altitude viticulture and in leading Argentina’s Malbec revolution. Lunlunta is an idyllic district of small orchards and tree-lined country roads, well known for its ancient Malbec vines and silty-clay soils. Lunlunta Malbec displays black and red berry aromatics, a lengthy mid-palate and a ripe silky finish.

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Saint Felicien Brut Nature 1963 Bottle

Saint Felicien Brut Nature 1963

The Saint Felicien brand dates back more than 40 years, when we launched our first Cabernet Sauvignon for the Argentine market. It was the first 100% varietal wine produced in Argentina, a trend soon to be followed by other wineries in the country. Currently, Saint Felicien is made in the same style that was previously reserved for export wines. The great success achieved in demanding markets such as England, the United States, Canada, Germany and the Netherlands inspired us to launch this international wine style in Argentina.

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Catena Appellation Agrelo Cabernet Sauvignon Bottle

Catena Appellation Agrelo Cabernet Sauvignon

Family vintners for over 100 years, the Catenas are recognized for their pioneering role in high-altitude viticulture in Argentina. This wine is sourced from the family's historic vineyards in the Agrelo Appellation, a region well-regarded for Cabernet Sauvignon in Mendoza. The appellation´s deep clay soils and moderate climate produce wines that are revered for their robust tannins and smooth, lengthy finish.

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Catena Appellation Paraje Altamira Malbec Bottle

Catena Appellation Paraje Altamira Malbec

Family vintners for over 100 years, the Catenas are recognized for their pioneering role in high-altitude viticulture and in leading Argentina’s Malbec revolution. In the 1950s, Don Domingo Catena began sourcing Malbec from the vineyards of Altamira in the Uco Valley. The combination of intense sunlight and cool nights yields an elegant, mineral, slightly spicy Malbec with a deep texture and flavors.

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DV Catena Nature Bottle

DV Catena Nature

The grapes for D.V. Catena are sourced from high altitude, mountain vineyards planted at elevations between 3297’ and 3957’ above sea level. Years of research, lead to the identification of the ideal “terroir” that could offer the highest concentration of aromas and flavors.

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DV Catena Cabernet-Malbec Bottle

DV Catena Cabernet-Malbec

The grapes for D.V. Catena are sourced from high altitude, mountain vineyards planted at elevations between 3297’ and 3957’ above sea level. Years of research, lead to the identification of the ideal “terroir” that could offer the highest concentration of aromas and flavors.

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DV Catena Malbec-Malbec Bottle

DV Catena Malbec-Malbec

The grapes for D.V. Catena are sourced from high altitude, mountain vineyards planted at elevations between 3297’ and 3957’ above sea level. Years of research, lead to the identification of the ideal “terroir” that could offer the highest concentration of aromas and flavors.

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DV Catena Syrah-Syrah Bottle

DV Catena Syrah-Syrah

The grapes for D.V. Catena are sourced from high altitude, mountain vineyards planted at elevations between 3297’ and 3957’ above sea level. Years of research, lead to the identification of the ideal “terroir” that could offer the highest concentration of aromas and flavors.

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DV Catena Cabernet-Cabernet Bottle

DV Catena Cabernet-Cabernet

The grapes for D.V. Catena are sourced from high altitude, mountain vineyards planted at elevations between 3297’ and 3957’ above sea level. Years of research, lead to the identification of the ideal “terroir” that could offer the highest concentration of aromas and flavors.

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DV Catena Cabernet Sauvignon La Pirámide Vineyard Bottle

DV Catena Cabernet Sauvignon La Pirámide Vineyard

The grapes for D.V. Catena are sourced from high altitude, mountain vineyards planted at elevations between 3297’ and 3957’ above sea level. Years of research, lead to the identification of the ideal “terroir” that could offer the highest concentration of aromas and flavors.

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DV Catena Malbec Nicasia Vineyard Bottle

DV Catena Malbec Nicasia Vineyard

The grapes for D.V. Catena are sourced from high altitude, mountain vineyards planted at elevations between 3297’ and 3957’ above sea level. Years of research, lead to the identification of the ideal “terroir” that could offer the highest concentration of aromas and flavors.

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DV Catena Malbec Adrianna Vineyard Bottle

DV Catena Malbec Adrianna Vineyard

The grapes for D.V. Catena are sourced from high altitude, mountain vineyards planted at elevations between 3297’ and 3957’ above sea level. Years of research, lead to the identification of the ideal “terroir” that could offer the highest concentration of aromas and flavors.

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Saint Felicien Nature Bottle

Saint Felicien Nature

The Saint Felicien brand dates back more than 40 years, when we launched our first Cabernet Sauvignon for the Argentine market. It was the first 100% varietal wine produced in Argentina, a trend soon to be followed by other wineries in the country. Currently, Saint Felicien is made in the same style that was previously reserved for export wines. The great success achieved in demanding markets such as England, the United States, Canada, Germany and the Netherlands inspired us to launch this international wine style in Argentina.

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Saint Felicien Chardonnay Barrel Fermented Bottle

Saint Felicien Chardonnay Barrel Fermented

The Saint Felicien brand dates back more than 40 years, when we launched our first Cabernet Sauvignon for the Argentine market. It was the first 100% varietal wine produced in Argentina, a trend soon to be followed by other wineries in the country. Currently, Saint Felicien is made in the same style that was previously reserved for export wines. The great success achieved in demanding markets such as England, the United States, Canada, Germany and the Netherlands inspired us to launch this international wine style in Argentina.

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Saint Felicien Syrah Bottle

Saint Felicien Syrah

The Saint Felicien brand dates back more than 40 years, when we launched our first Cabernet Sauvignon for the Argentine market. It was the first 100% varietal wine produced in Argentina, a trend soon to be followed by other wineries in the country. Currently, Saint Felicien is made in the same style that was previously reserved for export wines. The great success achieved in demanding markets such as England, the United States, Canada, Germany and the Netherlands inspired us to launch this international wine style in Argentina.

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Saint Felicien Cabernet Franc Bottle

Saint Felicien Cabernet Franc

The Saint Felicien brand dates back more than 40 years, when we launched our first Cabernet Sauvignon for the Argentine market. It was the first 100% varietal wine produced in Argentina, a trend soon to be followed by other wineries in the country. Currently, Saint Felicien is made in the same style that was previously reserved for export wines. The great success achieved in demanding markets such as England, the United States, Canada, Germany and the Netherlands inspired us to launch this international wine style in Argentina.

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Saint Felicien Cabernet - Merlot Bottle

Saint Felicien Cabernet - Merlot

The Saint Felicien brand dates back more than 40 years, when we launched our first Cabernet Sauvignon for the Argentine market. It was the first 100% varietal wine produced in Argentina, a trend soon to be followed by other wineries in the country. Currently, Saint Felicien is made in the same style that was previously reserved for export wines. The great success achieved in demanding markets such as England, the United States, Canada, Germany and the Netherlands inspired us to launch this international wine style in Argentina.

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Saint Felicien Cabernet Sauvignon Bottle

Saint Felicien Cabernet Sauvignon

The Saint Felicien brand dates back more than 40 years, when we launched our first Cabernet Sauvignon for the Argentine market. It was the first 100% varietal wine produced in Argentina, a trend soon to be followed by other wineries in the country. Currently, Saint Felicien is made in the same style that was previously reserved for export wines. The great success achieved in demanding markets such as England, the United States, Canada, Germany and the Netherlands inspired us to launch this international wine style in Argentina.

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Saint Felicien Malbec Bottle

Saint Felicien Malbec

The Saint Felicien brand dates back more than 40 years, when we launched our first Cabernet Sauvignon for the Argentine market. It was the first 100% varietal wine produced in Argentina, a trend soon to be followed by other wineries in the country. Currently, Saint Felicien is made in the same style that was previously reserved for export wines. The great success achieved in demanding markets such as England, the United States, Canada, Germany and the Netherlands inspired us to launch this international wine style in Argentina.

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Saint Felicien Bonarda Bottle

Saint Felicien Bonarda

The Saint Felicien brand dates back more than 40 years, when we launched our first Cabernet Sauvignon for the Argentine market. It was the first 100% varietal wine produced in Argentina, a trend soon to be followed by other wineries in the country. Currently, Saint Felicien is made in the same style that was previously reserved for export wines. The great success achieved in demanding markets such as England, the United States, Canada, Germany and the Netherlands inspired us to launch this international wine style in Argentina.

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Saint Felicien Tribute to Miguel Brascó Bottle

Saint Felicien Tribute to Miguel Brascó

Saint Felicien Tribute to the prestigous wine journalist Miguel Brasco is an elegant, complex wine of a deep violet colour with subtle ruby red hues.

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Catena Chardonnay Bottle

Catena Chardonnay

The Catena wines are a special assemblage of High Mountain Estate Vineyards made by fourth generation vintner, Laura Catena and chief winemaker, Alejandro Vigil. Although we have found that most of the Catena wines are consumed shortly after release, we are pleased to see that they age beautifully for ten to twenty years. Through decades of study and exploration within Mendoza's high altitude mountain terroirs, the Catena family has identified special locations for its Estate vineyards. From the marriage of these historic vineyards emerges a wine of unique character that has natural balance, concentration and a distinct varietal identity.

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Catena Cabernet Sauvignon Bottle

Catena Cabernet Sauvignon

The Catena wines are a special assemblage of High Mountain Estate Vineyards made by fourth generation vintner, Laura Catena and chief winemaker, Alejandro Vigil. Although we have found that most of the Catena wines are consumed shortly after release, we are pleased to see that they age beautifully for ten to twenty years. Through decades of study and exploration within Mendoza's high altitude mountain terroirs, the Catena family has identified special locations for its Estate vineyards. From the marriage of these historic vineyards emerges a wine of unique character that has natural balance, concentration and a distinct varietal identity.

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Catena Malbec Bottle

Catena Malbec

The Catena wines are a special assemblage of High Mountain Estate Vineyards made by fourth generation vintner, Laura Catena and chief winemaker, Alejandro Vigil. Although we have found that most of the Catena wines are consumed shortly after release, we are pleased to see that they age beautifully for ten to twenty years. Through decades of study and exploration within Mendoza's high altitude mountain terroirs, the Catena family has identified special locations for its Estate vineyards. From the marriage of these historic vineyards emerges a wine of unique character that has natural balance, concentration and a distinct varietal identity.

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Saint Felicien Casa de Tucumán Bottle

Saint Felicien Casa de Tucumán

Saint Felicien Casa de Tucumán was elaborated as a tribute of the encounter in 1816 that managed to agree the fact that constituted us as a Nation: The Independence. It is a malbec wine, a variety of French origin that found in our country the most suitable place to develop and become the flagship of the national vitiviniculture. This strain has become the ambassador to the world of the potential that our wines have, and especially the potential of our soil, so unique and different from others.

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La Marchigiana Chardonnay Bottle

La Marchigiana Chardonnay

In 1898 the Marchigiano Nicola Catena arrived in Argentina with his ancestral tradition of preserving wines by its own tannins, matured in clay pots. "La Marchigiana" honors the natural and sulfite-free homemade wines legacy with this very limited production of Criolla Chica, Bonarda, Chardonnay, Moscatel and Malbec, fermented and aged in clay pots where full body and longevity are gained through long-term skin contact. A naked wine in which grape and terroir speak.

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La Marchigiana Bonarda Bottle

La Marchigiana Bonarda

In 1898 the Marchigiano Nicola Catena arrived in Argentina with his ancestral tradition of preserving wines by its own tannins, matured in clay pots. "La Marchigiana" honors the natural and sulfite-free homemade wines legacy with this very limited production of Criolla Chica, Bonarda, Chardonnay, Moscatel and Malbec, fermented and aged in clay pots where full body and longevity are gained through long-term skin contact. A naked wine in which grape and terroir speak.

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