Agrolaguna's Muscat Rose Wine Wins Two Gold Medals in Israel
Nov 23, 2009
Muscat Rose, sweet wine from Agrolaguna's cellars, recently won two gold medals at the international competition TerraVino in Israel.
At the 4th international TerraVino competition, held from 13 to 19 November this year in Eilat, Israel, on the Red Sea, Agrolaguna’s Muscat Rose wine won two gold medals. This is the first time Agrolaguna and its wines participated in this prestigious contest. Two gold medals for its Muscat Rose is the maximum achievement possible at TerraVino. The competition is held under the auspices of the international organisation for wine production and grape growing. Wines from almost every winemaking country in the world participated, including France, Spain, Portugal, USA, Argentina, Chile, South Africa, Australia and Israel. Agrolaguna’s sweet wine Muscat Rose is a multiple international award winner. Recently, at the world Muscat championship in France, it received the silver medal in the face of fierce competition from French Muscats, known as the best in the world. Muscat Rose, also known as Muscat of Poreč, is an indigenous sort in the Poreč region and it yields exceptional wines, which is confirmed by this recognition. Agrolaguna has recently planted 20,000 vines of this sort, and with this has greatly increased its chances of attaining excellent results on the domestic and international markets. Awards and recognitions are strong support for the further development and quality maintenance of Agrolaguna’s wines.