Castelo Vega Busiel 2014 and Syté 2014 received two Gold Medals at the winter edition of the Berliner Wein Trophy 2017. Furthermore, Castelo de Medina Verdejo 2016 and the new Castelo de Medina Fermentado en Barrica 2014 were also awarded with a Silver Medal.
The 21st edition of the Berliner Wein Trophy made public the range of awarded wines at this first appointment of 2017, where the Castelo de Medina wines obtained two Gold Medals and two Silver Medals.
The two Gold Medals obtained by our winery has been for the red ones: Syté 2014 and Castelo Vega Busiel 2014, which obtain a great acknowledgement on the early weeks of their new vintages.
Syté 2014, the signature red wine which is only elaborated in exceptional vintages with the Syrah and Tempranillo varieties, obtains with this Gold Medal the first international recognition for the new vintage.
On its behalf, Castelo Vega Busiel 2014 receives the most important award for the new vintage after obtaining in the last days a Silver Medal at the CINVE Awards 2017.
Apart from the Gold Medals obtained by the red wines from Bodegas Castelo de Medina, two other of our wines obtained Silver Medals: Castelo de Medina Verdejo 2016 and Castelo de Medina Barrel Fermented 2014.
Castelo de Medina Verdejo, the insignia wine of Bodegas Castelo de Medina and the Best Verdejo in the World 2014 and 2016 increases its range of prizes for the new 2016 vintage: Gold Medals at the SAKURA Awards in Japan and the Spanish CINVE Awards, apart from two Bronze Medals at the TEXSON International Wine Awards 2017 and at the Finger Lakers International Wine Competition 2017, both of them celebrated at the United States.
On the other side, the new Castelo de Medina Fermentado en Barrica 2014 improves the fantastic critics received reflected in the 90 points received at the Repsol and Peñín Guides and the Gold Medal received at the Sakura Awards in Japan.
In this 2017 winter edition of the Berliner Wein Trophy, which has been celebrated during the last 21 years, 6,291 different wines have been evaluated by the 200-member International Tasting Panel.