An all-female jury awarded the “Gold Medal” to the Cryfus Easy Extra Dry Rosé Sparkling Wine by our brand Crifo. Our bubbles have won the coveted recognition among 4,333 labels from all over the world.

The Sakura Japan Women’s Wine Awards are among the most important Japanese wine events and are ecognized internationally for their peculiarity. Conceived and organized by Yumi Tanabe, an internationally renowned professional and great connoisseur of wine, they involve over three hundred “wine women” selected among sommeliers, trade journalists, entrepreneurs and actresses.

This project is the well-deserved recognition of the estrus shown by Japanese women in combining the “nectar of Bacchus” with the dishes of their traditional cuisine. Consider that there are more than 8,000 female sommeliers in Japan and that normally the tasting courses are mostly participated by female (we are talking about an average of 80%). Consistently the consumption trend indicates that wine begins to establish itself as a must in Japanese banquets, at Christmas as well as on New Year’s Eve as well as during other national celebrations.

The Crifo wine awarded in this prestigious international competition belongs to the “Cryfus” line of bubbles which includes a white and a rosé extra dry, a moscato Puglia IGP VSQA sweet, two Castel del Monte VSQDOP white and rosé extra dry.