Freixenet triumphs at International Wine Challenge

The quality of Freixenet’s sparkling wines has once again stood out with 3 medals in the 37th edition of this renowned international competition

 Freixenet has been awarded three medals at the prestigious International Wine Challenge 2020 competition. The renowned sparkling Elyssia Pinot Noir and Cordon Negro Brut have received two silver medals, with a score of 93 and 90 points, respectively. Likewise, Freixenet Italian Rosé has been awarded a bronze medal.

Elyssia Pinot Noir typifies the true essence of Pinot Noir grown in the Penedes. Intense pink in colour, with developed fruity flavours on the palate, rich and soft, with a refreshing acidity and aromas of ripe raspberries, redcurrants and cherries. For its part, Cordon Negro is the world’s best selling cava Freixenet's and stand out by the matte black of its iconic frosted bottle. Fruity, light and appreciated for its great freshness, stand out its fine and delicate aromas.

Known as the “Oscars of the wine sector”, the International Wine Challenge has once again brought together the world's greatest wine experts to evaluate the best wines from the main producing regions of the world. The three medals obtained in this edition by Freixenet show, once again, the brand's commitment to the highest quality in all its products.

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