Emevé’s 2008 Malbec: Great Gold Medal
Later in 2012 they entered the International Wines & Spirits Contest (CINVE), in Spain, once again. The contest was held in Valladolid, Spain and this time Emevé brought to México and the region of the Guadalupe’s Valley in Baja California, two silver medals.
In 2015 Emevé registered again in the XXIII International “Ensenada Tierra del Vino” Contest, this time they competed with the 2013 Shiraz and Malbec, and with the 2014 Isabella and Chardonnay. Winning the following awards:
With Isabella being an original creation and production of Emevé’s Vineyard, they were even prouder of being awarded with the Gold Medal.
In 2009 they entered the contest with 3 wines: “Los Nietos”, Cabernet Sauvignon and Shiraz, all of them won the gold medal, with “Los Nietos” and Cabernet Sauvignon winning for the second time in a row. The result was the next:
In 2012 they registered again for the XX International “Ensenada Tierra del Vino” Contest (2012), this time winning medals with 4 of their wines, all from the 2010 harvest. The results were the following:
In 2012, the 10th Seventh Day Wine Tasting was held and Emevé’s 2009 “Armonía de Tintos” harvest was selected as one of the 30 best wines in México. All those three wines were marked as outstanding according to the scale in the system developed by Robert Parker, which has been adopted by Wine Spectator.