Viñas Viejas de Paniza 2016 has obtained a silver medal and 90 points, with which it has already won the gold medal in Mundus Vini 2018 and silver in the international edition of Decanter. It is one of the most representative of the winery and is made with grapes of the variety Garnacha from old vines up to 100 years and remains six months in barrels resulting in a complex and elegant wine with aromas of raspberry and pillory accompanied by memories of mocha and vanilla that provide richness and complexity. With its first vintage, that of 2012, it obtained 90 Parker points, 90 points and 5 stars in the Peñín Guide 2015, and silver medal in Berliner Wein Thropy 2014 and 2016.
Artigazo 2014, made with Garnacha, Syrah and Cabernet Sauvignon, is also part of the winery’s signature wine range. Cherry red tone, has an intense and complex aroma, reminiscent of wild fruits and nuts, with balsamic notes. In the mouth it is reminiscent of vanilla and chocolate. He has obtained a bronze medal and 87 points, recognition that is added to that already obtained in Asia in 2012, when it was listed as one of the three best wines of 2012 according to the “Real Wine Guide”, one of the most important wine magazines in Japan. In addition, with the 2008 vintage he won silver medal at Mundus Vini 2014 and with his 2007 vintage gold medal at Mundus Vini 2013, silver medal at Berliner Wein Trophy 2013, bronze medal at International Wine Challenge 2012, bronze medal in International Wine & Spirit Competition 2012, 90+ points in the Robert Parker guide, gold medal in Berliner Wein Trophy 2012 and Silver medal at Intervin International Wine Awards 2011.