05, October 2021
Angove Family Winemakers Celebrate Sparkling Success at Global Organic Masters Awards 2021
The Awards are a true measure of a wine’s taste and style, as each tasting is conducted blind. The panel is comprised of Masters of Wine, Master Sommeliers and senior buyers who adjudicate purely on taste and price.
“We are thrilled to have achieved a 100 per cent success rate for our Angove Wines entered into this year’s Global Organic & Vegan Wine Masters,” said Victoria and Richard Angove, Joint Managing Directors Angove Family Winemakers.
“Knowing that our wines hold their own amongst our competitors worldwide is testament to the ongoing commitment, investment and hard work shown by everyone in our team. Since we committed to Certified Organic winemaking 15 years ago, our team has worked immensely hard and is constantly pushing the boundaries of Certified Organic farming, improving and developing our practices to bring our award-winning wines to our customers.”
Angove were bestowed the 13 following medals in recognition of their award-winning wines. Each tasting identifies the best examples of its grape variety, from all around the world and from every price bracket, meaning a Bulgarian wine can be tasted alongside a Burgundian without any bias:
- Gold Medal: Warboys Vineyard McLaren Vale Shiraz 2019
- Gold Medal: Warboys Vineyard McLaren Vale Shiraz Grenache
- Silver Medal: Angove Organic Cabernet Sauvignon 2019
- Silver Medal: Angove Organic Shiraz 2019
- Silver Medal: Angove Organic Pinot Grigio 2021
- Silver Medal: Wild Olive Organic McLaren Vale Chardonnay 2020
- Silver Medal: Angove Organic Shiraz Cabernet 2020
- Silver Medal: Wild Olive Organic McLaren Vale Shiraz 2019
- Silver Medal: Warboys Vineyard McLaren Vale Grenache 2019
- Bronze Medal: Wild Olive Organic Rose 2021
- Bronze Medal: Naturalis Organic Chardonnay 2020
- Bronze Medal: Angove Organic Chardonnay 2020
- Bronze Medal: Naturalis Organic Shiraz 2019
About The Global Masters:
The Global Masters marks a distinct change in the way wine is judged. Preconceived notions of the importance of location are pushed aside, allowing wines from across the globe to be judged purely on style and price. Each tasting identifies the best examples of its grape variety, from all around the world and from every price bracket, meaning a Bulgarian wine can be tasted alongside a Burgundian without prejudice or bias. All Masters competition are judged blind with all panels comprised solely of Masters of Wine, Master Sommeliers, and senior buyers. Only the best competing wines are awarded medals, ranging from Bronze through to Gold and, for exceptional example, the title of Master. The calibre of judges alone guarantees international recognition to all the medals awarded.