Puerto de Indias is honored to announce its signature gin, Puerto de Indias Pure Black, was awarded a Double Gold medal and Puerto de Indias Strawberry Gin was awarded a Gold Medal at the 2022 Women’s Wine & Spirits Awards, the world’s most important wine & spirits competition judged entirely by women buyers!
Juan Miguel Perez-Ilzarbe, International Development Director for Puerto de Indias commented, “We are thrilled to continue to build our impressive library of awards with these amazing medal wins at the prestigious Women’s Wine & Spirits Awards. Women are becoming increasingly influential when making purchasing decisions and are now responsible for buying a staggering percentage of the world’s wine & spirits globally. Winning a Double Gold and Gold medal is a critical milestone for our brand in building awareness and attracting women consumers.”
2022 marks the 5th annual global wine and spirits competition. A record-breaking number of samples from 56 countries around the world were triple blind tasted to determine medal winners.
Hailing from Seville, Spain, Puerto de Indias gins are nonconforming, disruptive, and taking the category by storm, both in its homeland of Spain, throughout the U.S. and on the world stage. Perez-Ilzarbe added, “Our Puerto de Indias Pure Black is a traditional premium dry gin inspired by the Andalusian spring with floral aromas and an elegant palate of juniper, orange blossom, vanilla and jasmine. Puerto de Indias Strawberry is the first and best-selling strawberry gin in the world and is credited with giving birth to a completely new category of rosé gins.”
Puerto de Indias Gin is currently in the U.S. in Florida, New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Illinois, and Georgia. Puerto de Indias Pure Black and Strawberry sell for a suggested price of $24.99.
About Puerto de Indias
Puerto de Indias is a Premium Gin manufactured in Carmona (Seville) in one of the oldest and most traditional distilleries in the province of Andalusia. Its name relates to the discovery of the Americas around the time when Seville was quickly becoming one of the principal trading ports for the exchange of goods between Spain and the New World. The combination of know-how and innovation coupled with dedication and careful monitoring of the distilling process have made possible the creation of a product that possesses its own distinct identity and which, having consolidated itself on a nation-wide level, has now begun its incursion into international markets.