Trapiche, one of the oldest wineries in Argentina, as well as the World’s Most Awarded Argentine Winery (WRW & S: World Ranking Wines & Spirits), was bestowed unprecedented recognition in the framework of the 25th edition of the Catad’Or Wine Awards competition held annually in the city of Santiago de Chile.
Trapiche not only won the “Winery of the Year” Trophy, it also obtained two Grand Gold Medals for Iscay Malbec-Cabernet Franc 2017 and Trapiche Terroir series Malbec Finca Orellana 2015, respectively and 4 Gold Medals for several wines from 2015.
“We are humbled by this award, which is a great honor for Trapiche,” says Sergio Casé, Trapiche’s Chief Winemaker. “This is an important recognition of the excellence of Argentina’s unique, world-class terroirs, and a testament to the hard work and dedication of the 300 small growers with whom we partner. Since 1883, Trapiche has viewed the exploration of the land and its natural resources as an open door to new challenges and progress — and we look forward to continuing to lead the way for Argentine viticulture for the next century and beyond.”