Noah Mamet introduced his wine line, Gran Diplomat: “I invest in Argentina because I believe in the country’s future”

Noah Mamet introduced his wine line, Gran Diplomat: “I invest in Argentina because I believe in the country’s future”

Noah Mamet, who between 2014 and 2017 served as the US ambassador to Argentina and was highly regarded for his outstanding work in deepening bilateral relations, Launched her exclusive line of wine, great diplomat.

The cocktail party was held at the Palacio Duhau-Park Hyatt Buenos Aires and featured a select list of guests, including some of the country’s most powerful businessmen such as Marcos and Alejandro BolgeroniAnd Cristiano Razzi, Santiago Soldati, Martin Cabrales, Jorge Noyce and the banker Guillermo Stanley; Chargé d’Affairs at the US Embassy, Mary Kay Carlson; british ambassador, Kirsty Hayes; River Plate Head Rodolfo de Onofrio; Head of JPMorgan in Argentina, Facundo Gomez Minujin; business men Alejandro Gravier and Diego Kolankovsky; Former Minister of Science, Technology and Innovation, Lino Paranau; The former Minister of Modernization, Andres Ibarto me; Among other notable personalities.

Noah Mamet with Diego Kolankovsky, Alejandro Bolgeroni (on the floor), Jorge Nieus, Alejandro Bolgeroni, Santiago Soldati and Tina Loreno Ferreira at the presentation cocktail party, which took place last Wednesday at Palazzo Duho.
Noah Mamet with Diego Kolankovsky, Alejandro Bolgeroni (on the floor), Jorge Nieus, Alejandro Bolgeroni, Santiago Soldati and Tina Loreno Ferreira at the presentation cocktail party, which took place last Wednesday at Palazzo Duho.

In an interview with InfobaeThe former ambassador admitted that his experience in Argentina was enormous and that is why he sought to find a way to continue to connect with our country. A trip to Mendoza reveals Noah Mamet, as he becomes fascinated by the Uco Valley and decides to buy a vineyard located at the base of the majestic Andes.

I thought of a group wine because I love Argentina and fell in love with Mendoza, especially the Uco Valley. I went for the first time when I was an ambassador, but after completing the diplomatic mission entrusted to me, I returned on my own. Then, I reconfirmed my desire to stay in touch with Argentina forever and thought: “Maybe this is the way to do it. You could invest in the country by buying land, investing in crops, making wine and labeling. I think it’s a way to support the country.” In the end I plan to export to the United States. “Right now, I’m in the process of marketing and selling both in Buenos Aires, as well as in Miami and California,” said Noah Mamet.

"I thought of a group wine because I love Argentina and fell in love with Mendoza, especially the Uco Valley"Mamet confirmed
“I thought of a collection of wines because I love Argentina and fell in love with Mendoza, especially Yoko Valley,” Mamet said.

“In Buenos Aires, we have signed an agreement to start selling my wine – starting this week – in Palacio Duhau. In addition, in a month – or perhaps in less time – we will have it available in the best hotels and restaurants in the country. We are very excited and happy, because The opinion of the bartenders is very, very good. Now, the wine is shipped to California. Then they will fly to Miami, where It can be purchased at luxury hotels such as the Four Seasons Hotel, the W Hotel and the Loew, among others.” added.

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Their wines are produced from the finest grapes, making them rich, full and elegant in appearance. great diplomat It offers four exclusive wines, made with great passion: two Malbec, Cabernet Sauvignon and Rosé. Nothing was left to chance and everything was meticulously designed, even the bottle was custom designed. On his neck he owns A symbol inspired by Argentina’s highest award, the Order of Saint Martin, an important honor the former ambassador received for helping bring the two countries together and in recognition of their honorable service.

Noah Mamet stands at the Duhau-Park Hyatt Palace, where he will begin marketing his wine this week
Noah Mamet stands at the Duhau-Park Hyatt Palace, where he will begin marketing his wine this week

“We Americans love Argentine wine. Especially above all, Malbec. But we want to do so much more than very good Malbec, because we make great rosé and wonderful Cabernet Sauvignon, ever since. great diplomat It’s a brand and it’s more than just one wine. Today, we have four and the answer is excellent, because we strive for the highest quality in a premium product that we manufacture in small batches.“, It is to explain

“I have many friends in the wine business and most of them are big producers who give me good advice. They always tell me that In Argentina you have to go step by step. because, I now have a boutique winery, which will grow year by year, but for now I want it to stay that way, to be present in the most exclusive hotels and restaurants. I know that my winery will grow in the future. In 2022, the plan is to continue to grow with these four wines, but we are already thinking about making sparkling wine or organic wine,” he predicted.

Noah Mamet served as US Ambassador to Argentina from 2014 to 2017.
Noah Mamet served as US Ambassador to Argentina from 2014 to 2017.

when Infobae The former ambassador to the United States asked why he decided to invest in Argentina, and his answer was unequivocal: “Because Argentina chose me. I know the country and its people very well. I know these are tough times, but I’m optimistic about the future. I love this country and I want to keep in touch with Argentina and the United States. I will not invest in another country, because I will not know such a country. Of course I know what challenges lie ahead, that’s for sure, but I also know great people who are here, the great work they do and the excellent wine they produce,” he said.

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“When I was on diplomatic missions here, many of my friends joked that I was also the ambassador for California – where Noah Mamet was born – because I love her and I think she is a good example of how to plan for the future, with electric cars, renewable energy and solar panels in homes. But, Argentina will be the only country where I invest in wine. It’s a long-term project, because you already know for the first four or five years that you’re not going to sell anything because you’re making wine and you’re kegs and then bottles later. It’s a very long process, but we are very excited that after four years, we can start selling what we produce.”

"I know the country and its people very well.  I know these are tough times, but I'm optimistic about the future"Noah Mamet said
“I know the country and its people very well,” said Noah Mamet. “I know these are tough times, but I’m optimistic about the future.”

Noah Mamet claims that his customers will buy great wine, which is classic and delicate in taste and has worked hard to ensure it is of the highest quality.

The second is the history of this wine: An American ambassador fell in love with Argentina, invested in this country because he believed in its future And that he wants to export it to the United States, and later to other countries as well. So, it’s an excellent product with a great history behind it, but that’s secondary,” he added.

The Gran Diplomat has four designations: two Malbec, one Rosé and one Cabernet Sauvignon /// Photos: Nicolás Stulberg
The Gran Diplomat has four designations: two Malbec, one Rosé and one Cabernet Sauvignon /// Photos: Nicolás Stulberg

great diplomat, the name chosen for his wine, was not accidental. He did so to appreciate and highlight the work of diplomats in the world and, above all, the work of his peers with whom he worked in Argentina and the United States.

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“Choosing a name is very difficult because many of them are already registered, but From the start I thought about calling him great diplomat As a way to honor diplomats I worked with them, both at the Argentine Ministry of Foreign Affairs and at the United States Department of State. But also, to the other Ambassadors I have learned from and whom I respect the most. I wanted my house to have a strong name, but at the same time, to be in honor of my colleagues, because I believe that sometimes diplomats are not given the recognition they deserve and this is a good way to honor them.‘, he finished.

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