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International Awards 2007 for Santorini Wines PDF Print E-mail

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During the 7th Thessaloniki International Wine Competition (5-7 March 2007) in the framework of DETROP-OINOS exhibition, Santorini Wines received 13 awards.

 

Among 683 samples from Greece, Spain, Italy, Portugal, Cyprus, France, Austria, Brasil, Mexico, and Canada wine experts have given:

Grand Gold Award to
Vinsanto 4 years aged,1999 vintage by Santowines

 

Gold Awards to:
Santorini, 2006 vintage by Chatzidakis Winery
Santorini, 2006 vintage by Boutaris Winery
Santorini, 2006 vintage by Sigalas Winery
Asyrtiko - Athiri, 2005 vintage by Sigalas Winery
Nykteri, 2001 vintage by Canava Roussos

Silver Awards to:
Santorini Barrel, 2005 vintage by Sigalas Winery
Santorini Barrel, 2005 vintage by Chatzidakis Winery
Santorini, 2004 vintage by Sigalas Winery
Vinsanto, 2005 vintage by Boutaris Winery
Santorini Assyrtiko, 2006 vintage by Santowines
Aidani-Assyrtiko, 2006 vintage by Chatzidakis Winery
Kallisti, 2006 vintage by Boutaris Winery

The Competition took place between 5th and 7th of March and carried out by internationally famous tasters and experts, enologists and wine journalists.

 

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    During the 7th Thessaloniki International Wine Competition (5-7 March 2007) in the framework of DETROP-OINOS exhibition, Santorini Wines received 13 awards.

     

    Among 683 samples from Greece, Spain, Italy, Portugal, Cyprus, France, Austria, Brasil, Mexico, and Canada wine experts have given:

    Grand Gold Award to
    Vinsanto 4 years aged,1999 vintage by Santowines

     

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