Laguna’s Terra Rossa Wins Gold at International Wine ChallengeLaguna from Poreč is on a roll. On Wednesday they were awarded eight gold medals at Vinistra, only to learn on Friday that the Terra Rossa from 2016 won a gold medal at the International Wine Challenge, one of the most important global wine competitions. It is quite incredible that a wine with a price of 40 kuna and meant for supermarket sales can win a gold medal at a top competition such as IWC.
In fact, this is a continuation of Terra Rossa’s international successes. This cuvee of Merlot, Teran and Gamay has previously won two silver medals at the Decanter world awards. The international success of Terra Rossa, especially credited to oenologist Milan Budinski, is another proof that Croatian supermarket wines (those in the 25 to 40 kuna category) have achieved an exceptionally high level of quality and that consumers can now enjoy the best value for their money than ever before.
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