The white wine Epilogue 2014 from Bodegas Yuntero has been awarded the gold medal at the twenty-ninth edition of the Baco Awards, the only competition in Spain open exclusively to young wines and organized by the Spanish Union of Tasters.
With this new gold, the Epilogue white wine, from the 2014 vintage, already has four gold medals awarded in major national and international competitions: Vinalies (France), Berliner Wein Trophy (Germany), Bacchus (Spain), and the recently held Baco Awards (Spain). In addition, it also has the bronze medal of the French Challenge International du Vin contest.
White epilogue 2014, four times gold
With Designation of Origin La Mancha, it is made with the Sauvignon Blanc and Moscatel grape variety (90% and 10%, respectively). It is highly aromatic, with the floral and exotic aromas of the Sauvignon Blanc variety (grapefruit, mango, passion fruit) being very well integrated with the muscatel tones of the Muscatel variety. On the palate it is a very fresh wine with good volume. The combination of the two grape varieties gives it a honeyed, soft and silky sensation.
29th edition of the Baco Awards
The Spanish Tasters Union has been celebrating the Baco Awards for twenty-nine years, the only Spanish contest and the longest running in which only those wines that have been produced in the most recent harvest are awarded. In this latest edition, those of the 2014 vintage.
The prizes are awarded after a blind tasting carried out by sixty judges, all of them members of the Spanish Tasters Union, including renowned sommeliers, oenologists, department store purchase managers and representatives of specialized communication media in the sector. Of the wine.
Link to the list of winners Bacchus Awards 2015.