The official results from the Annual New York International Wine Competition are in! This event, now in its 9th edition, received over 1,300 wine submissions from more than 23 countries around the world. Entries were judged by trade-buyer-only judging panels, which assessed each wine based on category as well as price.
The judges were trade professionals, such as sommeliers, retail wine buyers, restaurateurs, importers and distributors, among others.
Spanish wines did extremely well in the competition, taking home a wide range of medals. Among the double gold winners was Gran Campo Viejo NV Brut and Poema NV Brut Rosé. Gold medal winners included Gran Campo Viejo Brut Roseé, Isabella 2017 Bobal, Grandes Vinos 2016 Monasterio de las Viñas Old Vine Cariñena, Grandes Vinos 2015 Aragón Grenache, and Bodegas Paniza 2018 Fabula Syrah. Silver medal winners included Adegas Carso SL Gaela 2017, Bodegas Paniza 2015 Ibera Reserva, and La Quinta Producciones Vinicolas S/L 2017 Elementa. Among the bronze medal winners were Campo Viejo 2012 Gran Reserva, Poema Brut, and Dominio de Punctum Organic Vineyards 2018 Rosado.
In the Individual Winners – International category, Spanish winners included Poema, Cava Producer of the Year; Marqués de Carrión Rioja, Tinto Reserva Winery of the Year; Campo Viejo, Spain Winery of the Year; Bruno Marino NV, Spain Vermouth of the Year; Bodegas La Quinta, Rueda Winery of the Year; and Gaela, Ribeira Sacra Winery of the Year, among others.