Don Pablo Alvarez Mezquiriz, Tempos CEO of Grupo Vega Sicilia will collect the award at the opening ceremony of the XVI Symposium of the Association to be held in Malaga between 25 and the 27 of April.
The Wine Museums Association of Spain (A.M.V.E.) awards the prize Enosofía to the person, institution or group of individuals whose creative work or research in the world of viticulture or viniculture, constitutes a significant contribution to the cultural heritage of wine.
the A.M.V.E. Vega Sicilia considers that the confluence of the two pillars of the prize, both the raison d'etre of this, conservation safeguarding, and dissemination of wine culture in all its manifestations, as the fulfillment of the bases of Enosofía prize, by assuming a significant contribution to the cultural heritage of wine.
The award, which it was granted for the first time 2017 a Josep Roca Celler de Can Roca, recognizes the sensitivity towards sustainability The Vega Sicilia, its environmentally friendly approach and commitment to the exclusion of synthetic products in the fieldwork, aspects that were decisive in making decisions jury composed of members of the board of the Association.
the A.M.V.E. It aims to promote the meeting, cooperation and study of museums and theme centers associated Wine, for promotion, dissemination and defense of common interests and activities, as well as promote and disseminate the culture of wine in general and of each wine particular area.
Founded in 2005, brings together the bulk of the Museums Wine Spain, whose work and dedication make it possible to keep alive an important part of our historical and cultural heritage.
The objectives of the Museums Association of Spain Wine, based on the letter European Wine Tourism signed in Paris in 2006 have in principle contribute to safeguarding, conservation, and dissemination of wine culture in all its manifestations through its relationship with the tangible and intangible heritage collaborating in the organization and dissemination of those events that are related to consider these principles, as annual symposia where quality and diversity of the topics discussed and conclusions are an obligatory reference in the world of wine culture.
Founded in 1864, in Valbuena de Duero (Valladolid), by Eloy Lecanda and Chaves, Vega Sicilia was acquired by the Alvarez family, in 1982. Currently, the group led by Pablo Alvarez, Times Vega Sicilia, has in addition to its known winery in Ribera del Duero, another in the same denomination of origin, Alión; one in Toro, Pintia, and another in Rioja Benjamin de Roths- child & Vega Sicilia. Outside Spain, the company also owns Tokaj-Oremus, in Hungary.
More information and contact: Rodrigo Burgos Ortega President of the Museums Association of Spain Wine Phone. 636768322