Piedra Luenga bio 2005 and the Selección Robles 1927, two Pedro Ximénez laureates in International Vinalies 2007
At the end of February, the prestigious Vinalies Internacional 2007 competition took place, a competition organized by the Union of French Winemakers and held in Paris. We already know two Spanish wines that have won in this edition of the contest obtaining a gold medal, they are Piedra Luenga bio 2005 and Selección Robles 1927, two Pedro Ximénez made by Bodegas Robles.
But in addition, it is necessary to highlight the high score obtained, no less than 100 out of 100, obtaining the 1927 Robles Selection the recognition of one of the 7 best wines of all those that were presented in this contest. Undoubtedly, the winery can feel more than proud, not only for the awards obtained, but its wines have also experienced a great demand from the catering sector, every restaurant or hotel worth its salt wishes to have in its cellar the wines that can considered as part of those that make up the best in the world.
Without a doubt, the trajectory of the winery is more than enviable, since in the 2005 edition of this contest it also obtained the gold medal in the Pedro Ximénez Selección Robles 1927, it is practically mandatory to taste the excellent wines that the winery offers us.
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