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Awarded ciders in the XI SISGA Awards

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The contest consisted of 16 categories and Asturies won five ‘Premium’ distinctions

LA SIDRA.- Last Sunday the awards ceremony of the 11th International Hall of Gala Ciders 2021 took place. A total of 73 cider mills with more than 230 ciders from countries such as the United States, France, Porgtugal, Germany, Chile, the Czech Republic, Norway, Poland, Latvia, Italy, Peru, participated among others.

The ‘Premium’ recognition was awarded to the cider in each category that obtained the highest score of all of its type. Three other types of distinctions by category were also awarded: gold, silver and bronze based on the score achieved.

Every year new varieties of cider are added to the market, in such a way that currently, the SISGA Awards recognizes 16 categories.

Of these, five Asturian cider mills have obtained ‘Premium’ awards. The Panizales from Mieres cider won the Premium for dry cup Cider with its Ati cider, Valverán 20 Manzanas by Masaveu Bodgas from Sariego obtained the Premium in the Ice Cider category, the Casería San Juan del Obispo de Siero cider mill won the Premium cider brandy for its product Salvador del Obispo, Pomar Rosée by Viuda d’Angelón from Nava won the Rose Cider Premium and Ramos del Valle Brut Nature obtained the Premium for the Brut Nature Sparkling Cider category.

The awards were presented at a ‘Gala Brunch’ at the Amares Gastronomy Restaurant of the NH hotel in Xixón, in which several ciders presented at the event were harmonized with different gastronomic proposals by chefs José Ramón Otero and Alejandro Fernández. Of course always complying with the current sanitary protocol.

The international jury for this edition was made up of the president of the tribunal Manuel G. Busto; the expert Joaquín Fernández; the CIFP professor of Hostelry and Tourism of Asturies Juan Luis García; the member of the Club Sierense de la Manzana, Marta Roldán; the Portuguese importer Jaime Felipe Barros; and the members of national and international places: Abraham Goldman-Armstrong from Norway, Benito Peciña from the Basque Country, Luis Raviña from Tenerife, Christian Stolte from Scotland, Andrea Bonfatti from Italy, Liliana Nóbrega from Portugal, Marc Lhommeau from France, René Galindo from Chile, Joseph Barfield from Portugal and Daniele Porporato from Italy.

Below we include all the national and international producers that won the ‘Premium’ distinction and then only the Asturian places that obtained this recognition.

 

Dry still cider

Premium: Ati by Llagar Panizales de Mieres, Asturies

Silver: Natural Cider Carral, by Llagar Carral, from León

Silver: Wild Cider, by Elegast Cidery, from the Netherlands

Silver: Anne, from Gartziategi, from the Basque Country

Bronze: L’Imprevu, by Domaine de la Mare, from France

Bronze: Dried cider from the Doggerland region of the Netherlands

Bronze: Noel-Henryk Nowakowsk, by Cydr Rubinowy, from Poland

Bronze: Natural, by Txopinondo, from France

Bronze: 1947, by Viuda de Angelón, from Nava, Asturies.

 

Demidry still cider

Premium: Pussausais by Mr. Plume from Latvia

Gold: Exner craft cider, by Gallinal Drinks, from Asturies

Silver: Apple cider, by Smiling dog, from Czech Republic

 

Sweet still cider

Premium: Craft Cider Holzapfel from Germany’s Manufaktur Jörg Geiger

Gold: 100% natural, by Manufaktur Jörg Geiger, from Germany

Silver: Natural cider, by Posma, Tenerife, Canary Islands

 

Brut sparkling cider 

Premium: Seidear by Christian Stolte’s Wound in Scotland

Gold: Cider brut, by  Posma, from the Canary Islands

Gold: Sidra brut, by Sidra Fran, from Asturies

Gold: Brus 2020, by Cydrownia zywer, Poland

Silver: Cox i paeren 2020, by Aeblerov, from Denmark

Silver: Sparling, by Mr Plume, from Latvia

Silver: Cider With Cabernet Pranc, from Berryland LLC, Ucrania

Silver: Vrabec Seco, by Cidérka, from the Czech Republic

Silver: L’insoumis, by Domaine de la Mare, from France

Silver: Kingston Black, by Tall Ship Cider, from Norway

Bronze: Sparkling brut, by El Lagar de Valleseco, from the Canary Islands

Bronze: Vintage Cider 2020, by Mr. Plume, from Latvia

Bronze: Metzen cider, by Opre, from Slovakia

Bronze: Pom Sidro Creativo, by Pom Sidro Creativo, from Italy

Bronze: Cider Brut, by Riestra, from Asturies

Bronze: Brut foamy mist, by Bodegas Fra, from the Canary Islands

Bronze: Sidra brut, by Sidrada, from Portugal

Bronze: Unsikable Sam, by Tall Ship Cider, from Norway

Bronze: Petillant, by Txopinondo, from France

Bronze: Barrel Fermented Cider, from Berryland LLC, Ucrania

Bronze: Prau Monga, by Viuda de Angelón, from Asturies

 

Demidry sparkling cider

Premium: Cidertalk by Provoco semi-dry from the Cider Sekt region of the Czech Republic

Gold: Semi-dry cider, by Riestra, from Asturies

Silver: Semi-dry Sojka, by Cidérka, from the Czech Republic

Silver: Semiseca, by Lagar de Vallesco, from the Canary Islands

Silver: La Naveta, byPaca y Tola, Asturies

Silver: Artisan dry sparkling wine, bySidrería Alfa, from Portugal

Silver: Abolu, byTalavas, from Latvia

Bronze: Semi-dry sparkling cider, byTencai, from Chile

 

Sweet sparkling cider

Premium: Cider Talk by Provoco Bitter from the Cider Sekt of the Czech Republic

Gold: Sweet sparkling cider, from La Mala, from Peru

Silver: Cider Talk by Provoco semi-sweet, from Cider Sekt, from the Czech Republic

Bronze: Sidro di mele Frizzante, by Azienda Agrícola Trerii, from Italy

Bronze: Cidre Fermier, de Pelletier, from France

Bronze: Sidrs Sweet, by Talavas, from Latvia

Bronze: Sidrs Passion fruit, by Talavas, from Latvia

 

 Ice Cider

Premium: Valverán 20 Manzanas by Masaveu Bodegas from Sariego, Asturies

Gold: Olivia, by Panizales, from Asturies

Gold: Panizales Ice Cider, byPanizales, from Asturies

Silver: Ice cider with red berries, by Smiling Dog, from the Czech Republic

Bronze: Cortina Ice Cider, by Cortina Cider, from Asturies

 

Perry

Premium: 1797 C.-Bratbirnem alcohol-free by Manufaktur Jörg Geiger from Germany

Silver: Wild Perry, by Elegast Cidery, from Netherlands

Silver: Artisanal Perada, by Sidrada, from Portugal

 

Cider Liquor

Premium: BP Cider Liqueur by Manufaktur Jörg Geiger, from Germany.

Gold: Lecristallier, by Maley, from Italy

 

Cider brandy

Premium: Salvador del Obispo by Casería San Juan del Obispo de Siero, from Asturies

Gold: Idun, by Talavas, from Latvia

Silver: Whymper 1865, by Maley, from Italy

Bronze: Berroge, by Txopinondo, from France

Bronze: Alquitara del Obispo, by Casería San Juan del Obispo, from Asturies

 

Flavored cider

Premium: SWO Cider by Manufaktur Jörg Geiger, from Germany.

Gold: Sagar Krash Limoi, by Petritegi, from the Basque Country

Silver: Angelón Llimón, by Viuda de Angelón, Asturies

Bronze: Chiron, by Castelo Branco, from Portugal

Bronze: Blueberry, by Urban Farm Fermentory, from the United States

Bronze: Seaweed, by Urban Farm Fermentory, from the United States

Bronze: Sagar Krash Sagar, by Petritegi, from the Basque Country

 

Composed of cider / Cider appetizer

Premium:! Wehmut by Manufaktur Jörg Geiger, from Germany.

Gold: Viesk, by Panizales, from Asturies

 

 Fire Cider

Premium: Su Sagardoa by Kuartango from Basque Country

Gold: Caldea, by Panizales, Asturies

Rose Cider

Pomar Rosée, by Viuda de Angelón, Asturies

 

Hopped cider

Premium: South Seas Cider by Tall Ship, Norway.

Gold: Brut Ipa, by Mr. Plume, from Latvia.

Bronze: Hera, from Galicia

Bronze: Callabocas, by Kuartango, from Basque Country

Bronze: Cider with hops, from Oiharte, from the Basque Country

Bronze: Fran Cider Lúpulo, by Sidra Fran, Asturies

Bronze: Nautical Stal, by Tall Ship Cider, from Norway

 

Brut nature sparkling cider 

Ramos del Valle Brut Nature PDO by Sidra Fran from Lugones, Asturies

 

Asturian ciders that obtained ‘Premium’ recognition

1.- Dry glass cider / Dry still cider: Ati del Llagar Panizales de Mieres, Asturies

2.- Ice Cider / Ice Cider: Valverán 20 Manzanas de Masaveu Bodegas in Sariego, Asturies

3.- Cider brandy / Cider brandy: Salvador del Obispo del llagar Casería San Juan del Obispo de Siero, Asturies

4.- Pink cider / Rose Cider: Pomar Rosée del llagar Viuda de Angelón de Nava, Asturies

5.- Brut nature sparkling cider / Dry sparkling brut nature cider: Ramos del Valle Brut Nature PDO del llagar Sidra Fran de Lugones, Asturies

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