ROUGEMONT, QC, March 9, 2015 /CNW Telbec/ - Of the 3,500 products from around the world vying for top honours at the prestigious 2015 Vinalies Internationales competition, which took place in Paris from February 27 to March 3, Coteau Rougemont was singled out for recognition twice:
Coteau Rougemont co-owner Michel Robert was delighted to receive these coveted accolades: "We are very proud of our performance at this high-profile competition. We work diligently to make high-quality wines and ciders, and we're glad that our efforts are helping to turn the international spotlight on made-in-Quebec products. These wins confirm that we can hold our own against what the rest of the world has to offer!"
About Vinalies Internationales
Vinalies Internationales was created by the Union des Oenologues de France in 2010. Every year, a panel of five to seven expert judges samples and rates competing products, with the ultimate goal of providing top winegrowers from around the world with the tools they need to raise their visibility in the wine market. A medal from Vinalies Internationales means automatic recognition in the eyes of potential buyers. For more information, go to vinalies-internationales.com/en.
About Coteau Rougemont
Founded in 2007, Coteau Rougemont is a multi-award-winning winery and cidery owned and operated by the Robert family. Nestled majestically on a slope of Mount Rougemont in an area known for its rich soil and exceptional microclimate, the site is ideal for growing grapevines and fruit crops such as apples and pears. This year marks the fifth anniversary of Coteau Rougemont's first vintage. For further details, visit coteaurougemont.com.
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