We arranged without difficulty a tour and tasting, two days in advance. We were greeted by Tatiana who speaks beautiful English, via Venezuela and an International school there. She invited us to feel at home and shared the story of Catena Zapata via a 5 min. film then we took a walking tour of the immediate building and barrel room. Views from the top floor gave a magnificent perspective of the surrounding area and Andes mountains. The wine tasting was unique and informative; we were encouraged to evaluate each wine checking for color, clarity and aroma. Wines do not live up to their manufactured reputation and the facility was a lot of smoke and mirrors. Seemed like a lot effort to make us feel like we were in some high-end winery when, in fact, we were in the middle of a vineyard on a desert outside Mendoza. Costs way to much for what it actually is.
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