The Gold Medal bestowed by the jury at Berlin‘s international competition, one of the most significant in the world, endorses the great trajectory of the Cuatro Rayas Sauvignon.
La Seca (Valladolid), February 27, 2012. - Cuatro Rayas Sauvignon wine has been awarded a Gold Medal at the Berliner Wein Trophy (Berlin‘s international competition) among nearly 6,000 wines from 31 wine-producing countries. This most recent recognition highlights the quality of this wine, which, despite having only three vintages brought to market thus far, is one of the most prized Sauvignon Blancs from the Rueda denomination.
DWM- Deutsche Wein Marketing GmbH hosts Berlin‘s international competition, which is sponsored by the OIV (International Organization of Vine and Wine) and is recognized by Berlin‘s Senate and the European Union.
Cuatro Rayas Sauvignon was presented in 2009 as the Winery‘s latest offering to complete its line of varietals. Since its launch, the wine has received national and international acclaim. Distinguished accolades include the Gold Medal at the 2009 Zarcillo Awards, the Silver Medal at London‘s International Wine Challenge, nearly 90 points rated by noted wine gurus Robert Parker and the Peñin Guide, and the Silver Baco prizes conferred by the Spanish Association of Wine Tasters upon the 2009 and 2010 vintages.