Family owned independent food and wine retailer Booths, has 19 of Booths’ brand wines take home a gold, silver, bronze and commended in the International Wine Challenge awards.
The International Wine Challenge awards is the one of the world’s finest and most meticulously judged wine competitions.
Booths, who are Decanter Supermarket of the year, are renowned for sourcing the very best of local and global foods and their wine selection is no exception.
Wine lovers not lucky enough to live near a Booths can buy their award winning wines from Amazon Fresh, offering a wider market for the well-chosen wines.
Booths’ wine buyer, Victoria Anderson said: “Booths has been importing wine since 1870 and our Booths’ brand range reflects this special part of our heritage. Our range offers our customers a selection of world class wines from renowned producers. We work closely with our suppliers to ensure we offer customers excellent quality and exciting wines at a fair price. I’m delighted our wines performed so well in the International Wine Challenge.”
Winning a Gold medal is the Booths Manzanilla Sherry, retailing at £7.75. Made by Bodegas William and Humbert, whose history goes back almost 130 years and are now considered to be one of the world’s most prestigious wine producers.
Booths have been awarded six silver medals for their sparkling and still wines from across Europe. Winning silver medals are the Booths English Sparkling Wine, Booths Gran Norte Rioja Reserva, Booths Vintage Champagne, Booths NV Champagne Brut, Booths NV Champagne Brut Rosé and the Booths Barolo.
Seven of Booths brand wines received a bronze medal: Booths Chablis, Booths Finest Reserve Port, Booths Argentinian Malbec, Booths Gavi, Booths LBV Port, Booths 20 Year Old Tawny Port and Booths South African Chenin Blanc.
And finally, Booths also has six of its wines commended, Booths Fleurie, Booths Cotes du Rhone, Booths Gran Norte Rioja Crianza, Booths White Burgundy and Booths South African Old Vine Cinsault.