Andrés Vignoni is one of the youngest winemakers in charge of a winery in Argentina.
Critic James Suckling awarded 100 points to one of the wines he makes at Bodega Viña Cobos and, at the end of May, Tim Atkin chose him as "Young Winemaker of the Year."
This man from Mendoza has been working in the wine industry since he was 17 years old, and has lived his entire life immersed in an atmosphere of vineyards and wineries. He is the fourth generation of a family of winegrowers, a story that begins with the immigration of his Italian grandfather to a small corner of Mendoza.
At Viña Cobos he works alongside Paul Hobs, the "Steve Jobs of wine" .