SIVIPA’s vintage 1996 Muscat brings Gold Medal to Setúbal Peninsula from the most influential global wine competition

The highly awaited results of IWC London 2015 were announced yesterday. This year Setúbal Peninsula totaled 40 medals, 10 silver and 29 bronze. Among these stood out SIVIPA Moscatel de Setúbal 1996, the only to reach the coveted Gold Medal, positioning itself among the most remarkable wines of Portugal.

“Complex, rich fruit apricot. Smoky, dried fruits, great balance and long finish. Youthful and fresh.” So is described SIVIPA’s vintage 1996 Muscat by the IWC jury in London, known to be the most demanding and influential wine competition in the world. In this edition participated the most notable producers from 47 countries around the world. At this contest SIVIPA got also a bronze medal for Serra Mãe Reserva 2013 red wine.

The awards come shortly after being awarded a Grand Gold Medal at the Concours Mondial de Bruxelles, and two Golden Grape awards in Portugal, with Ameias Syrah 2013, and Serra Mãe Reserva. Simultaneously the Terras do Sado Red Wine 2014, SIVIPA’s entry level wine was recognized with a Bronze Medal at the Decanter Wine Challenge, which adds to the recent Gold Medal in Brussels. The awards are all the more extraordinary as SIVIPA’s positioning is to share the best of Palmela’s wine region at affordable prices.

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