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Ribafreixo Wines has just been recognized as the best Alentejo Winery in New York, USA

Ribafreixo Wines, Vidigueira’s wine producer, has just been recognized in New York as the Best Alentejo Winery, an individual recognition at the world-famous New York International Wine Competition.

In addition to this achievement, the winery also collected the valuable Gold Medal in the white monovarietal Pato Frio Grande Escolha 2016, Silver Medal in the white blend Pato Frio Selection 2017 – both in the Portugal DOC White category- and Bronze Medal in Barrancôa Red 2015, winner in the category “Portugal, VR Indigenous Varietal Wines”.

The New York International Wine Competition, which is in its 8th edition, is one of the most prestigious in the American market, also having a great reach in the international panorama. This year it had more than 1300 submissions from 23 countries and in more than 50 categories.

Still in New York, but this time at the Ultimate Beverage Challenge – another prestigious world wine competition – the results were also very positive: both Gáudio Clássico 2014 and Barrancôa Red 2015 scored 91 points and were considered “Excellent- Highly Recommended” and the latter also won the “Great Value” medal – which awards wines with an excellent quality / price ratio – this distinction was shared with the white blend Pato Frio Selecção 2017, 89 points.

For Mário Pinheiro, CEO of Ribafreixo Wines, “These are very important acknowledgments for the company’s strategy, which despite having already some activity in the American market, intends to continue betting more and more on this geographical area, which, although quite demanding and competitive is also increasingly appealing to Portuguese wines.”