Catena Press Highlights: Wine Business Monthly and Saveur

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Catena Press Highlights: Wine Business Monthly and Saveur
Catena Press Highlights:
Wine Business Monthly and Saveur Magazine
COVER STORY
Wine Trials: The Most In-depth Study of
Cultivars Ever Attempted
Saving Malbec: Emergency Room Doctor/Winemaker
Laura Catena Breathes New Lift Into Argentina’s
Misunderstood National Grape
November 2015
December 2015
In “Wine Trials: The Most In-depth Study of Cultivars Ever
Attempted,” the cover story for the November issue of Wine
Business Monthly, Lance Cutler reports on “The Future of Wine
Science,” the all-day educational conference that was hosted by
the Catena Institute of Wine and UC Davis on August 31, 2015.
Dr. Laura Catena was interviewed by Bruce Schoenfeld in the
December 2015 issue of Saveur where she talks about Malbec
and its heritage that dates back to the 12th century.
“It is not often that wineries are willing to finance specific
scientific research into aspects of winemaking. That Laura
Catena and the Catena Institute of Wine have been conducting
this exploration of winemaking using scientific methodology is
certainly to be commended. That they have decided to share it
with their Mendoza competitors and the rest of the wine world
makes it a generous gift that will likely influence how wine is
made for generations to come.”
“Pour a glass of Catena Zapata Adrianna Vineyard Malbec
2010 and notice how the light glints off the deep violet,” writes
Schoenfeld. “Hold it close and smell the black currants. Now
take a sip.”
“I don’t compare it to malbec from anywhere else,” says Laura
Catena, the managing director of Argentina’s Catena Zapata
winery.
©2015 · Selected & Imported by Winebow, Inc., New York, NY · www.thewinebowgroup.com

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