The Berliner Wein Trophy is one of the most prestigious awards on the German wine market. A panel comprising 150 international judges, in full compliance with anti-Covid-19 regulations, tasted approximately 6,000 samples forming part of the Summer Edition 2020 over 11 days, awarding various medals (Grand Gold, Gold and Silver). Most of the award-winning wines came from Italy, Germany, Spain and France, though there were also ‘competitors’ from the new world such as Australia, New Zealand and Chile.
Award-winning wines: Tinazzi – Opera N3 2018 and Primitivo Puglia Igp Sentieri Infiniti 2019
Opera n. 3: three characteristics, one masterpiece. Obtained from a blend of prestigious red grapes, it is a wine characterised by three distinct qualities: full body, elegance and intensity. With a deep red colour, it has an aroma of ripe red fruits with spicy notes enveloped in a hint of chocolate and liquorice. This wine, explosive on the palate with an excellent balance and persistence, is Tinazzi’s forte on all global markets. Particularly suitable with stewed, grilled and roast meats. Also ideal with mature cheeses. Alcohol strength: 15%.
100% Primitivo Puglia, Primitivo Sentieri Infiniti is an easy-drinking wine characterized by excellent value for money. Obtained by a slight ageing in oak barrels for 4/6 months, it has a deep bright red colour, a full elegant aroma with hints of red fruits such as plums and marasca cherries and a harmonious tannic flavour with a lingering finish. Alcohol strength: 14%.