Armenian wines win new awards in Europe.

The whole collection of awards was collected by the Armenian wines presented in the portfolio of the «New Wine Company» at the prestigious international tasting competitions. The main victory was won by the wine Kataro, which won the Grand Prix of the wine contest Mondiale De Bruxelles.

Modern wines of Armenia continue to conquer with their clean, bright style of judges of international wine contests.

At one of the oldest wine contests in Eastern Europe – The International Wine Contest Buchares (IWCB ROMANIA), two wines of the Karas brand were awarded gold medals. Awards of the highest standard were received by Karas reserve wine of 2013 and the base red blend of Karas in 2015 harvest. IWCB ROMANIA is held under the patronage of the World Organization of Grape and Wine OIV. The jury includes the holders of the title of Master of Wine.

Another high award the brand Karas was awarded in London. Red wine Karas received a silver medal of the largest UK competition, organized by the legendary magazine Decanter. The tasting commission is headed by one of the most authoritative wine critics of the world – Stephen Spurje.

Another English competition – Sommelier Wine Awards noted the high level of  authorial wine of Varuzhan Muradyan – Areni Kakhet Haghtanak 2015 harvest. Judges of the contest are buyers of United Kingdom retail chains, sommeliers of famous restaurants. This award is a high mark, opening the doors to the best institutions of one of the main wine markets of the world. The chairman of the jury Sam Caporn, the owner of the title of Master of Wine, especially noted the bright pure style of wine from Van Ardi.

The main award of this season was the wine Kataro 2015. Wine from Artsakh from the Avetissyan family was awarded the Grand Gold Medal of the 24th annual international competition Concours Mondial de Bruxelles. This is the only competition in the world that changes the venue every year, drawing attention to the perspective wine regions. This year it was held in the city of Valladolid, Spain.

The competition has one of the most representative juries in the world – 320 tasters, including Masters of Wine, sommeliers, enologists and wine journalists, evaluated 9,080 wines from 50 countries.

Grand Gold Medal – the highest award of the competition, awarded to wines of outstanding quality. This is the first such award in the history of modern winemaking in Armenia.

All winning wines are presented in the portfolio of the «New Wine Company» and they can be purchased on the territory of Russia.

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