Tuesday, June 18, 2024

Calabria Family Wines scores 10 gold medals

Calabria Family Wines of Griffith, NSW won 10 Gold medals and eight Silver medals at the 2016 AWC Vienna International Wine Challenge.

The event is claimed to be the largest and most successful wine competition in the world, officially recognised by the European Union. Within the 2016 submissions, more than 12,826 wines were judged from more than 1,800 producers.

Calabria’s Gold winners were The Iconic Grand Reserve Shiraz (2013), Calabria Bros Shiraz (2013), Three Bridges Shiraz (2014), Nine Stones Shiraz (2013), 3 Bridges Durif (2014), Calabria Private Bin Montepulciano (2015), Calabria Private Bin Nero D’Avola (2015), Cool Climate Tempranillo (2015), Richland Chardonnay (2015), and 3 Bridges Botrytis Semillon (2013).

“To win 10 Gold medals at an international level across our portfolio of wines highlights that our business is invested in making quality wines for multiple price points,” Calabria Family Wines Sales and Marketing Manager Andrew Calabria said.

“Every wine we produce is made to truly over-deliver on quality.”

The third generation of the Calabria family owns and runs the business, which has been in operation for more than 70 years.

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