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Portuguese wines awarded in Japan
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13 March 20
The Sakura Japan Women's Wine Awards competition attributed 76 medals to Portuguese wines
The competition Sakura Japan Women’s Wine Awards attributed 36 medals to Portuguese wines During the 7th edition of the Sakura Japan Women's Wine Awards were blind tasted 4,333 items from 29 countries and were assessed by total 560 Japanese female judges who were all active wine experts in the industry. The wine Periquita Reserve 2016 red from the winemaker José Maria da Fonseca won the most honorable award in competition, the Diamond Trophy. The Wines of Portugal obtained 8 Double Gold medals, 43 Gold medals and 25 Silver medals. The Sakura Japan Women's Wine Awards, the largest wine competition in Japan, is an international wine challenge whose panel of judges is composed exclusively of female wine experts (sommeliers, chefs, wine journalists and trade). Portuguese awarded with Double Gold Atlântico Reserve red 2017, Casa Relvas, Alentejo Merino Reserve red 2017, Casa Relvas, Alentejo Rebelde red 2018, Casa Santos Lima, Alentejo Marquês Marialva Colheita Selecionada white 2018, Adega Cooperativa de Cantanhede, Bairrada Quinta da Devesa White Port 20 Years, Douro Tarambola red 2018, Casa Santos Lima, Lisboa Casa do Lago red 2018, DFJ Vinhos, Lisboa Periquita Reserve 2016 red, José Maria da Fonseca, Península de Setúbal Portuguese wines awarded with Diamond Trophy & Special Awards Periquita Reserva 2016 red, José Maria da Fonseca, Península de Setúbal – Diamond Trophy Marquês Marialva – Reserva dos Sócios Portugal, Adega Cooperativa de Cantanhede – Best Fortified Wine Moscatel Adega de Favaios 1989, Adega Cooperativa de Favaios – Best Fortified Wine Fortified Port Dow’s 10 Years Old Tawny, Dow’s Port, Douro – Best Fortified Wine Quinta da Devesa White Port 20 Years, Quinta da Devesa, Douro – Best Fortified Wine Secret Spot Aged Moscatel 10 Years in Wood, Secret Spot Aged, Douro – Best Fortified Wine Madeira Boal 10 Years Old, Vinhos Barefeito, Madeira – Best Fortified Wine Malo Moscatel Superior 2004, Malo Wines, Península de Setúbal – Best Fortified Wine Atlântico Reserve red 2017, Casa Relvas, Alentejo – Grand Prix Best Pairing Wine for Asian Cuisine "SUKIYAKI" Pomar tinto 2018, DFJ Vinhos, Lisboa – Grand Prix Best Pairing Wine for Asian Cuisine "KOREAN" Malo tinto 2015, Malo Vinhos, Península de Setúbal – Grand Prix Best Pairing Wine for Asian Cuisine "KOREAN" Marquês Marialva Colheita Selecionada branco 2018, Adega Cooperativa de Cantanhede, Bairrada – Grand Prix Best Pairing Wine for Asian Cuisine "THAI" Rebelde tinto 2018, Casa Santos Lima, Alentejo – Best Cost Performance Wine Tarambola tinto 2018, Casa Santos Lima, Lisboa – Best Cost Performance Wine Check out the full list of winners here.
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