Sauska Awarded at the Champagne and Sparkling Wine World Champs
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Sauska sparkling wines returned home with multiple medals from the 10th Champagne and Sparkling Wine World Championships.
"The jury awarded two interesting characters from us this year,” explains Ádám Hanusz, winemaker at Sauska Sparkling Wine Cellar Budafok.
This year, Sauska Brut Magnum NV repeated its earlier success by receiving a gold medal, while the Sauska Extra Brut 2016 won a silver medal.
“We knew that our Brut Magnum can always show something new in terms of complexity and elegance, the secret of this, in the case of non-vintage sparkling wines, is the reserve wine, which is very much our focus,” Hanusz continues.
“Our 2016 extra brut champagne received a huge recognition, especially for Tokaj-Hegyalja, since this champagne is made exclusively from indigenous varieties, consisting of furmint and lime leaf,” he adds.
This prestigious race is one of the world's most influential sparkling wine competitions, as almost 1,000 sparkling wines were entered from 19 countries.
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