Casa Noble Tequila Receives Highest Honors in Asia

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Casa Noble Tequila was selected as the best spirit for 2005 at the 6th China Wine and Spirit Competition; Casa Noble Aòejo received the �Grande Médaille d'Or/Great Gold Medal�.

The China Wine and Spirit Competition, held May 17th at the Shanghai international Hotel, is the only event in Asia enjoying the patronage of the Office International de la Vigne et du Vin (OIV). This is a very exclusive event conducted along the lines of the professional European wine fair, Concours Mondial de Bruxellesn (CMB) by the same organizer, Vinopres of Brussels, in cooperation with the large Sial China international trade exhibition.

Judges from US, China, Spain, Singapore, France, Brazil and Japan take the task of choosing among an array of more than 400 wines and spirits to select for Great Gold Medal as best of the show, Great Silver Medal and Gold Medal. Among the large number of wines and spirits submitted to the competition, only two spirits were awarded the Great Gold Medal, Casa Noble Aòejo and a very select Cognac reserve from Château de Beaulon's, honoring them as the best of the competition.

Carlos Hernandez, one of the owners of Casa Noble, together with his wife Elisabeth de Hernandez, were there to receive the medal and recognition made to Casa Noble Aòejo by this prestigious organization of this event. Casa Noble Aòejo is a limited production tequila, triple distilled and aged for 5 years in French White Oak barrels, finally presented in a unique decanter made of Porcelain and Gold by hand and individually numbered.

About Casa Noble:

For many years, our love, pride and passion in producing exceptional Tequila has been demonstrated in Casa Noble's quest for perfection. The result is a unique concept that blends originality in both the superior tequila and their decanters.

Casa Noble ultra premium Tequilas begin as carefully selected individual 10-year-old plants of Blue Agave. Each one must meet the strict requirements for water and sugar content. We slow-cook them for 38 hours in stone ovens. Then, using only the core and hearts of the agaves, we extract their potent juice. The fermentation process is 100% natural, followed by a triple distillation. The result is Tequila so pure and full of agave flavor that it has elevated the concept of tequila to new levels around the world

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David Ravandi