The wine competition distinguished Portuguese wines with gold, silver and bronze medals. The Cooperativa Agrícola de Pegões won six medals, including two Gold medals (Fonte do Nico Light White 2011 and Portinho do Covo Red 2009) and four silver medals (Adega de Pegões Touriga Nacional Red 2009, Adega de Pegões Arinto Chardonnay White 2010, Adega de Pegões Colheita Seleccionada White 2010 e Portinho do Covo White 2011). Caves Vale do Rodo, won three gold medals with the wines Porto Reccua 10 years, Porto Reccua Rose and Douro Reccua Red 2009. Also won a silver medal with the Reccua Ruby Porto Wine. The Adega Cooperativa de Cantanhede, won a gold medal with red wine Marquês de Marialva Baga Reserva 2007, a silver medal with Sparkling wine Blanc de Noirs Marquês de Marialva Reserva 2008 and a bronze medal with the Sparkling wine Marquês de Marialva Reserva Brut 2009. The Adega Cooperativa de Favaios won two gold medals with the Moscatel de Favaios 10 years and the Reserva 2007. UDACA won a gold medal with the Adro de Sé Reserva 2009. The Adega Cooperativa de Borba, achieved a gold medal and one silver medal, with wines Montes Claros Harvest and Reserve, respectively. The Adega Cooperativa de Vermelha, won a gold medal, with the wine Mundus Reserva Red and a silver medal with the white wine Mundus Seleccionado. Gold and silver medals were awarded by Quinta Vale do Armo with the red wine Vila Jardim Escolha 2009 and Vale do Armo 2009 sparkling wine. Silver medals to the Real Forte Semi-Sweet Red 2010 and Porta do Castelo 2010 Dry Red from Enoforum wine maker and to the Via Latina Alvarinho from Vercoope company. The producer “Ilex Wines" won a silver medal with the wine Pausa Reserva and a bronze medal eith the wine Pausa Letra. Caves Santa Marta, also received two medals, one silver medal to Porto Santa Marta 10 years and one bronze medal to Porto Santa Marta Rose. Portuguese wines were distinguished between 700 beverages from more than 20 countries.