Publicado por: Xavi Aranda
The corpinnat Torelló Collection Brut Nature 2011 has been awarded with the platinum medal and 97 points. The corpinnat Traditional Brut Nature 2016 the gold medal and 95 points, and the corpinnat Gran Torelló 2014 the silver medal and 92 points.
The prestigious British magazine Decanter published yesterday, Tuesday, June 7, 2022, the list of winners of its influential wine contest, the Decanter World Wine Awards 2022. The jury of this competition, composed of several Masters of Wine, Masters Sommeliers and great professionals from the world of wine and tasting, have awarded the platinum medal to the Corpinnat Torelló Collection Brut Nature 2011, the gold medal to the corpinnat Tradicional Brut Nature 2016 and the silver medal to the corpinnat Gran Torelló 2014.
A highly focused deliberative process
The process of selecting the awarded wines has been long. During the last week of April 2022, more than 300 international experts (including Sarah Jane Evans MW, Pedro Ballesteros MW, Andrew Jefford, Michal Hill Smith MW…) met in London to endorse 18,500 wines.
The bronze, silver and gold medals were selected from this appraisal. From the selection of gold medals, different judges re-tasted the wines to decide which wines deserved the platinum medal. The precision in the result is very detailed, since a wine that wins the platinum medal is tasted more than five times.
Three long aged sparkling wines
Torelló Collection Brut Nature 2011 pays tribute to the founder Francesc Torelló, who in 1951 developed his first bottle of sparkling wine in Torelló Viticultors. It is a coupage of Xarel lo, Macabeo and Parellada of the harvest 2011, with more than 10 years of aging and of which only 809 bottles of 75 cl have been slit. and 50 magnums.
Torelló Collection 2011 Platinum Medal Decanter Wine Awards
The corpinnat Tradicional Brut Nature 2016, winner of the gold medal, is a mix of Xarel lo, Macabeo and Parellada. It is one of the most classic sparkling wines of Torelló Viticultors.. It has an aging of more than 60 months in bottle. Every year the poignettage (agitation process of the bottle) is performed so that the yeasts are again mixed with the wine to gain more aromas and flavors. The cuttings are made without adding sugars.
Torelló Traditional Brut Nature 2016 Gold MEdal
The corpinnat Gran Torelló Brut Nature 2014 is a coupage of Xarel lo, Macabeu and Parellada. It has a minimum aging of 80 months in natural cork stopper. Like the rest of Torelló Viticultors’ Brut Nature corpinnats, it also performs poignettage, manual clarification and throat without adding sugars.
Gran Torelló Silver Medal Decanter
All of the Torelló Viticultors have their origin in the organic vineyards of the Finca de Can Martí, located in Gelida (Alt Penedès) and the grapes are harvested by hand in small trailers of 2500 kg.