The World Association of Writers and Journalists of Wines and Spirits (WAWWJ) gave both distinctive to vintage 2012 Verdejo 100% made by Bodegas Castelo de Medina in the wine world ranking 2014, in which over 650,000 wines from around the world were analyzed.
The World Association of Writers and Journalists of Wines and Spirits (WAWWJ) has published the World Ranking of Wines of 2014, which analyzes the results of the 75 most important wine competitions in the world held throughout the year 2013.
In this ranking, which is made from 1996, the Castelo de Medina Verdejo 100% 2012 has been named Best Verdejo of the World and Best White Wine from Spain, with a score of 188.88 points.
In addition, the 100% Verdejo produced by Bodegas Castelo de Medina has been ranked the fourth best Spanish wine among more than 17,000 wines submitted to our country competitions in 2013 and is the thirty-third of 650,000 wines of the world presented to international wine competitions over the past year.
The nomination of the Castelo de Medina Verdejo as Best Verdejo of the World and Best White Wine from Spain is given by 7 international awards won by this wine in 2013. One of them is the Great Gold Medal obtained at the Concours Mondial de Bruxelles, the other one the Gold Medal at Zarcillo Contest.
Bodegas Castelo de Medina is a boutique winery located in Villaverde de Medina (Valladolid), in the heart of Rueda’s Appellation of Origin. Owning 180 Hectares/445 Acres, we are specialized in making quality wines, either whites, Rosés or Reds.
The WAWWJ brings together writers and journalists who write about wines and spirits and automatically classifies wines according winnings from each of the international competitions computing and objectively ordered annually.
In the year 2013, there were 490 International Wine Competitions in the World of which only the 75 most important were computed to rank.