• The Vegamar Selección Garnacha 2014 & the Vegamar Selección Merlot 2014 achieved two gold medals in the Concours Mondial de Bruxelles
  • The two varietals from the 2014 Vintage keep on adding awards inside and outside Spain

Vegamar just get two new international awards for two wines from the Alto Turia. There are two gold medals at the Concours Mondial de Bruxelles in its twentieth edition has played the final in Jesolo, near Venice (Italy).

The awards were for Vegamar Selección Garnacha 2014 and Vegamar Selección Merlot 2014. Both wines are part of the collection of young varietals which, under the technical direction of Pablo Ossorio, have been reinterpreted for a better reception in the international markets, and also from critics as it can be seen in recent contest and guides.

The Concours Mondial de Bruxelles is one of the most prestigious in the world, and the 8,000 samples involved in this edition speak about the interest it arouses. To achieve gold medal the wine must be among the best for a staff of 300 expert tasters from fifty countries and Vegamar has been among the best.

Vegamar vinifies these varietal thinking in the international market, in the case of the Merlot, but also betting on native varieties as in the case of Garnacha from the Alto Turia.

Valencia’s Garnacha is trendy

This Valencia’s Garnacha is very trendy, no doubt, and is being the big hit of the year in Vegamar as far as recognition is concerned.

A few weeks ago it was awarded with 91 points in the SEVI guide 2015, a success that was added to the medals it won at the Bacchus (Spain), in Vinalies (Germany) and PROAVA (Valencia). And that having into account that it’s only been in the market four months and has not yet reached its peak in the bottle.


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