Alvaro Palacios wins Winemakers’ Winemaker Award 2016

15th March, 2016 by Lauren Eads

The Institute of Masters of Wine and the drinks business has announced Àlvaro Palacios as the recipient of the 2016 Winemakers’ Winemaker Award.

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One Response to “Alvaro Palacios wins Winemakers’ Winemaker Award 2016”

  1. We are proud to represent this first class winemaker i Norway – and we send our congratuketions to Alvarò who we once again met in Prowein in Düsseldorf this year. We’ll see him again and taste his fabulous wines in Musica del Vi, Barcelona, the end of this month!

    Karl Arne Enqvist
    House of Wine AS, Norway

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