Science coupled with passion yields remarkable results. Miriam Gomez’s career is an excellent example. One of Argentina’s most talented and accomplished winemakers, she brings a wealth of academic and practical experience to her work as Antigal’s winemaker.
A Mendoza native, Miriam holds Bachelor degrees, in food science from the Universidad Nacional de Cuyo and in enology from Mendoza’s Universidad J. A. Maza where she also earned a postgraduate diploma in viticultural and enological quality.
Miriam is a respected figure on tasting panels at national wine competitions as well as at international conferences. Most recently, she was selected again to participate in Napa Valley’s Cabernet Symposium and has worked harvests at Opus and other distinctive California wineries to contribute and share insights into making great wine.
“At Antigal, I have the freedom to create single-varietal and blended wines in a variety of styles,” Miriam says. “Most importantly, I work with the best possible fruit in the finest of facilities. Those advantages alone inspire exceptional results.”