A Bodega Catena Zapata vineyard in Mendoza, Argentina, where malbec is the dominant grape. The Catena family has played a part in enhancing the reputation of malbec wines. Picture: Alamy
Sarah Wong
Opinion

Opinion

Grape & Grain by Sarah Wong

How scion of top Argentina wine family helped malbec earn its reputation for quality

Trained as a physician, Laura Catena felt unable to step away from the family business, and today divides her time between medicine and winemaking. We try three of Bodega Catana Zapata’s wines, all for under US$25 a bottle

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A Bodega Catena Zapata vineyard in Mendoza, Argentina, where malbec is the dominant grape. The Catena family has played a part in enhancing the reputation of malbec wines. Picture: Alamy
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