Angove Family Winemakers has swept the board at the prestigious Global Organic & Vegan Wine Masters 2021, bringing home 13 medals to Australia.
The Awards are a true measure of a wine’s taste and style, as each tasting is conducted blind. The panel is comprised of Masters of Wine, Master Sommeliers and senior buyers who adjudicate purely on taste and price.
“We are thrilled and honoured to have achieved a 100% success rate for 13 of our Angove Wines entered into this year’s Global Organic & Vegan Wine Masters,” said Victoria Angove, Joint Managing Director, Angove Family Winemakers.
“This Award is a true measure of a wine’s taste and style, as each tasting is conducted blind by a high calibre of internationally recognised judges.
“We committed to Certified Organic winemaking 15 years ago and this has been one of the cornerstones of our success over the years. The health of our soil and refinement of our processes in line with this means our wines are now the best they have ever been – a great reward for our investment and commitment.
“Our team has worked immensely hard and is constantly pushing the boundaries of Certified Organic farming, improving and developing our practices to bring our award-winning wines to our customers. We are passionate about what we do, and that translates to our beautifully balanced wines.”
Angove won the following 13 medals in recognition of its award-winning wines:
Gold Medal: Warboys Vineyard McLaren Vale Shiraz 2019
Gold Medal: Warboys Vineyard McLaren Vale Shiraz Grenache
Silver Medal: Angove Organic Cabernet Sauvignon 2019
Silver Medal: Angove Organic Shiraz 2019
Silver Medal: Angove Organic Pinot Grigio 2021
Silver Medal: Wild Olive Organic McLaren Vale Chardonnay 2020
Silver Medal: Angove Organic Shiraz Cabernet 2020
Silver Medal: Wild Olive Organic McLaren Vale Shiraz 2019
Silver Medal: Warboys Vineyard McLaren Vale Grenache 2019
Bronze Medal: Wild Olive Organic Rose 2021
Bronze Medal: Naturalis Organic Chardonnay 2020
Bronze Medal: Angove Organic Chardonnay 2020
Bronze Medal: Naturalis Organic Shiraz 2019
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