The New York International Wine Competition is the first major international wine competition with trade only judges comprised of: buyers from the top retail stores, sommeliers, restaurant owners, hotel beverage directors, distributors and importers.
Adam Levy, the founder of the NYIWC states, “This wine competition is designed for both the consumer and the trade buyer for they both buy on quality and price.
In its fifth year, the New York International Wine Competition (NYIWC) welcomed close to 1000 submissions from the United States and over 30 countries from all over the world.
Spanish Story has been awarded with the next medals, just announced for the organization:
The 2015 edition of the San Francisco International Wine Competition was held at the Hotel Nikko, San Francisco, from June 12,13 and 14. The Competition is directed by Anthony Dias Blue, the Executive Director and founder of the San Francisco International Wine Competition as well as the San Francisco World Spirits Competition. Mr. Blue is recognized worldwide as a leading food, wine and lifestyle authority.
The judges of the competition are prestigious Master Sommeliers, Certified Sommeliers, Masters of Wine, Certified Spirits Specialists and Certified Specialists of Wine.
Spanish Story has been awarded in this competition with the next medal: Bronze Medal for Spanish Story Albariño 2014.
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