Bodegas Argentinas is the chamber that represents 80% of the wines in the domestic market, was created in 2001 and has an important presence in the market. On the night of last Thursday, the entity presented the new authorities and for the first time in its history, assumed a woman’s presidency. This is Patricia Ortiz, who succeeds the winemaker Walter Bressia. Ortiz owns Bodega Tapiz, and has years of experience in the field. She was born in Buenos Aires and is a nephrologist and social psychologist.
For me it’s a double responsibility to be a woman
The event took place at Bodega López, Gutiérrez, Maipú, where the new president was applauded by the more than fifty members and authorities of the assembly, mostly male.
Today he took over the new president of Bodegas de Argentina, Patricia Ortiz. Walter Bressia welcomes you and leaves his management after 4 years in front of the camera. pic.twitter.com/26kRQ6BgH8 — Bodegas de Argentina (@BodegasAR)
June 14, 2019
Ortiz assured that he will continue with the Bressia line of work, «This is a continuity. It’s not that there’s a before and after, but it’s an institution that’s been working for many years and is going to go down that path. We always have new goals, new goals and new plans. Life changes and challenges are every day in this country»In this note: