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News | Jun 11 2019

Spanish Wines Win Hundreds of Medals at Decanter World Wine Awards

There were 8 Spanish winners in the Best in Show category, and 20 platinum medal, 42 gold medal, 378 silver, and 966 bronze medal winners from Spain

Spanish Wines at Decanter World Wine Awards

The winners of the Decanter World Wine Awards have officially been announced! These prestigious accolades, which are now in their 16th edition, are one of the biggest and most influential competitions in the industry. Winners are selected in the following categories: Best in Show, Platinum, Gold, Silver, and Bronze, and this year, Spain performed especially well.

It had 8 wines in the Best in Show category, one of which scored a 98 out of 100 points: Almacenista Antonio Caballero y Sobrinas del Castillo, and the remainder received 97 points: La Fillaboa 1898 Albariño, Les Ones Samsó, Coto de Imaz, 30 Years Old VORS, Nobre Treixadura, and Grans Muralles.

There were 20 wines in the platinum category, 3 of which scored 98 points, among them Tio Pepe Tres Palmas and Celler Batlle Brut. Other wines, with 97 points, included Palacio de Primavera, El Cel, Una Palma, and Yaso Matteria Tinta de Toro.

Forty-two Spanish wines received a gold medal, with scores of 95 and 96. This included 42 by Eneko Atxa, Nivia, Teixar Garnatxa Vella, Cerro Las Cuevas, Pico de Luyas, and Sed de Caná.

An impressive 378 wines took home a silver medal, among them Petit Verdot, 200 Cestos Godello, Rayuelo, Les Terrasses, Parcela 15, Roble, Camino de Seda, and Laders del Norte.

And 966 Spanish wines took home a bronze medal, such as Targum, Darila M-100, Kripta Brut Nature, Lastra Riserva, Baron Amarillo, Navamarin, Bruant Brut Nature, Rabia Petit Verdot, and 61 Dorado Verdejo-Palomino.

Spanish Wines at Decanter World Wine Awards. Photo by: Fernando Madariaga / @ICEX

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