Among labels from Europe and wine-producing countries on the American continent, two sparkling wines from the Brazilian winery Miolo were elected the Best Sparkling Wine of the Americas and the Best Rosé Sparkling wine of the Americas, which reinforces Brazil’s supremacy and vocation in sparkling, consecrating the charming region of Serra Gaúcha, in the Vale dos Vinhedos (Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil), as the terroir of origin of some of the most awarded bubbles in the world.
The important awards for the sparkling Miolo Cuvée Tradition Brut (Best Sparkling Wine) and Miolo Cuvée Tradition Brut Rosé (Best Sparkling Rosé) took place in the 10th edition of the Challenge International Euposia, the only contest in the world dedicated exclusively to the bubbles elaborated by the Traditional Method, with the second fermentation of the wine inside the bottle itself. Thus, for example, champagnes are made. The event brings together some of the most important specialized critics in the world.
“It is an expressive achievement not only for Miolo, but for the market and for the image of Brazilian sparkling wine abroad. We have carried out a consistent work in international markets, promoting, communicating and divulging our sparkling wines, which have increasingly attracted attention because of its extremely high quality “, commemorates Adriano Miolo, the group’s superintendent.
The Miolo Cuvée Tradition Brut and Miolo Cuvée Tradition Brut Rosé are made in the winery’s own vineyards in the Denomination of Origin Vale dos Vinhedos. Versatile and sophisticated, they are already a subject in the international market: a lot of the Cuvée Tradition Brut has just been taken from a submerged sea basement in France, an action unheard of for a Brazilian company. And a lot of the Cuvée Tradition Brut Rosé rests, at the moment, in the same submerged basement, from where it will be removed in 2018.