Argentine Wine Dinner With Fernando and Pepe Galante
Father of Modern Winemaking In Argentina
Jose “Pepe” Galante is widely considered the most important winemaker in Argentina’s history.
Join Wine Channel TV host Jessica Altieri with Fernando and Jose “Pepe” Galante, widely considered the most important winemaker in Argentina’s history. Pepe Galante was the chief winemaker at Catena Zapata from 1976 until 2010, Pepe showed the world that Argentina could make world-class wines. Puramun is Pepe’s first-ever personal project owned by his family.
The Unforgettable Kiss
Amazing wine, dinner and a killer view to match with the legendary Pepe Galante and his family, now that’s a legendary evening I will never forget.
Known by many as the most important winemaker in Argentina, Jose “Pepe” Galante shared with us his Puramun wines coming from the Valle de Uco, Mendoza which is his first personal project owned by his family. Previously, he was the chief winemaker at Catena Zapata from 1976 until 2010 and put Argentine wine on the map.
I had the chance to interview Pepe along with his son Fernando and learned a lot about their family. Take a look at the video to hear what a typical Sunday family dinner is like in their house!
Wine to put on your “taste-list”:
Puramun Malbec Reserve
93 pts Wine Advocate- This will be your new go to Malbec! It’s got all the right moves, filled with bright red berry fruit and spice notes, followed by a silky smooth finish that keeps you coming back for more.