Bodegas Ochoa receives two more silver medals in the International contest Sélections Mondiales des Vins Canada with two of their flagships: Ochoa Reserva 2010 & Ochoa Tempranillo Crianza 2013

Ochoa Reserva is awarded in this International contest for the second time and Ochoa Tempranillo Crianza sums up another medal for his background.

In the last weeks, the number of awards received by Bodegas Ochoa is non-stop. In this occasion, the award comes from Quebec (Canada) and is an important recognition for the winery, because these medals are highly valued internationally.

The contest Sélections Mondiales des Vins de Canada one of the biggest contests in North America, an International referee backed up by the OIV , UIOE and VINOFED.

Furthermore, the judges are International recognized members that are part of the Wine sector.

“It makes us very happy to see the same wine recognized, once again. It is not easy to repeat award, and also to see it next to another important wine of the winery, Ochoa Tempranillo Crianza 2013. It is a great satisfaction”. Says Javier Ochoa, creator of these wines many years ago.

His daughter Adriana, in charge of the winemaking in the winery says that “ the points have been very high. Ochoa Reserva 2010 has been as high as almost being a gold medal with 83,8 points and Ochoa Tempranillo Crianza 2013 has obtained 81,4 points, which is a fantastic score.”

The Ochoa family continues having more reasons to continue toasting and working in a week where three other wines have been awarded: Baco de Plata for 8A MdO Moscato de Ochoa and two Decanter Awards for Ochoa Gran Reserva 2009 and 8A Mil Gracias 2012.