The international organic wine competition has also recognized the Cuatro Rayas Organic Tempranillo and Rosé with two silvers, confirming the quality of the organic and vegan wines from Bodega Cuatro Rayas
La Seca (Valladolid), July 12, 2019.- Cuatro Rayas Organic Verdejo, Cuatro Rayas Organic Tempranillo and Cuatro Rayas Organic Rosé, have been awarded one gold and two silver respectively in the latest edition of the international organic wine competition, considered one of the most important in the organic farming sector. In this edition, wineries and distributors from 28 countries have participated and more than 1000 organic wines have been presented.
Cuatro Rayas Organic Verdejo, Cuatro Rayas Organic Tempranillo and Cuatro Rayas Organic Rosé , the ecological range of Cuatro Rayas, represents the most coherent wines with the environment and with the vinification process. His designs are an example of the biodiversity in the vineyard, understood as something natural and wild, through the representation of the fauna that coexists in it and that is necessary to maintain the main functions of the viticultural agrosystem. The presence of insects and protective birds in a controlled manner are synonymous with health, quality and natural management in the process of pests harmful to the vine. In addition, these three references bear the seal of the European Vegetarian Union which certifies that in winery practices all the products used are considered vegan.
About the International Organic Wine Award
Organized by Wine System AG, the International Organic Wine Award is the only contest authorized by the European Union carried out with PAR-System, an “incorruptible tasting system that favors a greater recognition of wines, a precise allocation of organoleptic sensations and a verifiable qualification “, according to international juries.
Cuatro Rayas Winery
Located in the heart of Rueda, it accounts for around 18 percent of the production of the appellation of origin. Its partners own around 2,500 hectares of their own vineyards. Since its founding in 1935, it has been a pioneer in adapting to new trends in viticulture and wine-making processes. The winery’s fundamental pillars are viticultural and social sustainability, with special care for the environment and the living conditions of its partners and employees.