Marqués de Murrieta makes history in New York


Marqués de Murrieta, the Rioja winery, continues to reap success with its latest release, the Castillo Ygay White Grand Special 1986 Reserve: If only a month ago was getting the best score for a wine, 100 Parker Points, it now makes history in the world’s most important wine industry event: the New York Wine Experience 2016, organized by the prestigious publication The Wine Spectator.

This event, which selects each year the best wineries in the world and brings together 1,500 professionals and amateurs of the wine world, has gone a step further in this 36th edition: every year Marqués de Murrieta has the pleassure to be invited as one of the finest wineries in the world, but this time the president of the winery was also invited to deliver a seminar with Castillo Ygay White 1986 being the star of the presentation.

A milestone, not only for Marqués de Murrieta, but also for the spanish wine, which marks a before and after succeeding in the sector’s most important international event. We thank all of the audience that standed up to applaud Vicente Cebrián-Sagarriga speech and presentation, we are very grateful for the support.

An unforgettable weekend that coincides with another amazing news: James Suckling, one of the most famous American critics, has awarded its 100 Points to Castillo Ygay White 1986, placing it among the five best wines in the world in its 2016 selection, being the only Spanish wine to score 100 points. Great news that makes all of us at Marqués de Murrieta continue to work effortlessly every day to make the Spanish wine a world leader.