Unique winery with five championship labels in their respective categories and six more with the gold award, the brand celebrates the excellent performance
Considered to be the largest blind competition of Brazilian wines available on the market, the Grande Prova de Vinhos 2018 of Brazil enshrined and reinforced the high quality of Miolo wines in its last edition: the winery was the great winner of the competition, with six wines awarded with Gold and five champions in the categories Tinto Superpremium, Branco Sauvignon Blanc, Rosé, Tinto Outras Castas and Branco Riesling.
When Miolo presents the 2018 harvest as legendary – reissuing all its iconic labels and launching innovative wines, the winery’s performance in the Grande Prova de Vinhos 2018 is yet another validation of its excellent momentum and optimum expectation of future results.
“Critical awards such as the Grande Prova de Vinhos 2018 are the seal of the work we have been doing in recent years in improving quality and in the creation and development of new wines and sparkling wines in the four different Brazilian terroirs in which we operate,” summarizes Adriano Miolo, the group’s superintendent.
The main highlight of the achievements goes to the already recognized Miolo Lote 43, which won the Double Gold / Champion. Cultivated at the winery’s headquarters in the Vale dos Vinhedos, the wine is a tribute to the property acquired by the Italian immigrant Giuseppe Miolo in 1897, when it settled in the South of Brazil. Produced from a harmonic cut of Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon grapes , aged in French and American oak barrels, was first produced in 1999. The Miolo Lote 43 also has an appellation of origin Vale dos Vinhedos – a great achievement in the region.