Casa Noble Tequila Receives Perfect Score at 2007 San Francisco World Spirit Competition
Submitted by Tequila.net
April 03, 2007
Beverly Hills, CA. - Casa Noble, producers of boutique tequilas, established once more among the world's finest tequila distilleries winning the Double Gold Medal at The San Francisco World Spirits Competition. "The judging was held on March 18th and 19th at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in San Francisco. There were over 700 spirits entered from 51 countries making the largest spirit competition in America."
Casa Noble Añejo Tequila received Double Gold, the highest medal awarded by the competition and one reserved for those spirits that received a unanimous vote for a Gold Award by all judges rating the spirit. The San Francisco World Spirit competition is "Founded in 2000 by Anthony Dias Blue, the Wine and Spirit Editor of Bon Appetite Magazine and Carol Seibert, the Managing Director of the San Francisco International Wine Competition." Among the prestigious panel of judges there were some of the most respected names in the industry, F. Paul Pacult, Robert Plotkin, David Wandrich, Julio Bermejo, Tony Abou-Ganim, just to name a few.
Casa Noble once again gets outstanding recognition for its dedication to producing the best tequila in the world.
About Casa Noble
Casa Noble is a family owned boutique distillery, that dates back to the late 1700’s, located in the town of Tequila, Jalisco. Casa Noble Ultra Premium Tequila was also recently awarded "Outstanding Tequila of the Decade", it was the first silver tequila to get a double gold medal at the prestigious World Spirit Competition and has been selected as best Tequila in Mexico by The Mexican Tequila Academy. Casa Noble 100% Blue Agave, triple distilled and aged in special French White Oak is traditionally hand made with love and passion.
More information about Casa Noble Tequila can be found online at: www.casanoble.com
More information about the San Francisco World Spirit Competition at: www.sfspiritscomp.com
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