Three wines under the Appellation Origin TORO awarded with a Gold Medal and two silvers at the internacional contest “Selectiones Mundiales des Vins de Canada"

The juries of the prestigiuos contest, one of the most important wine competition in North America, awarded with a gold medal the “Gran Colegiata Campus 2002” by Bodega Fariña while two more silver medals were assigned to “Liberalia Cuarto crianza 2003” by Liberalia and to winery Bodegas Marco Real with its “Taurus Roble 2003”.

Beyond these awards, the contest has granted Special Prizes to underline the quality and excellence of wines under the Appellation of Origin TORO specifically to “Muruve Reserva” by Fruto Villar Winery, “Valdelazarza Crianza 2003” by Bodega Sietecerros and to “Viña Prodigus 2003”.Wine testing competition “Selections Mundiales des Vins” was created in Canada in 1983, through the initiative of a private entrepreneur, although from 1986 to 2005 this competition was held under the authority of Société des alcools du Québec (SAQ)
Two years ago, in 2005, SAQ announced it was pulling out from the contest for no longer correspond to its new business priorities so that the last two editions were organized by a consortium composed of the Festival de la gastronomie de Québec and Laflamme, Lafontaine & associées, wine and fine food event designers.

Source: Maria Jesús Cachazo ( El Norte de Castilla, 15/02/2007)