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Fontedei is awarded the FEOCAN Award

This May, the VII Congress of the Andalusian Federation of Brotherhoods and Gastronomic Associations was held.

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Fontedei is awarded the FEOCAN Award

This May, the VII Congress of the Andalusian Federation of Brotherhoods and Gastronomic Associations was held. During this Congress, its highly coveted awards were made publicly.

This was in recognition of the great wines produced by Fontedei, Granada's winery, and Antonio Lopez de la Casa, its technical director, and winemaker.

Jose Miguel Magin is the Federation's delegate in Granada. He is also the head chef at the Hotel Saray, Gastrobar Qubba and Hotel Saray. It was the turn this year of the wineries. The selection of Fontedei was greeted with delight and satisfaction at a congress in Jaen that focused on historic cuisines, including Iberian, Roman and Jewish.

Antonio Lopez is happy to be recognized at the Andalusia level. This is especially after the two years of hard work. Bodegas Fontedei's technical director, Antonio Lopez, says that receiving the award from the Andalusian brotherhoods of renowned hospitality professionals "is very important" because it recognizes them outside of Granada. He concludes by pointing out that an award like this for a lifetime's experience is a motivator to keep working in the same direction.

Bodegas Fontedei's participation in professional fairs across the country is admirable in this regard. They accompanied Sabor Granada, Diputacion de Granada, and Sabor Granada to their landing at the most important culinary congress in the world, Madrid Fusion. These forums allow us to establish very strong relationships. Antonio Lopez explains that professionals from Japan, Europe, and Latin America have been impressed by our wines and gave very positive reviews.

Bodegas Fontedei currently offers seven wines, including a pioneering wine in Granada. They also have a wine from jars, which they marketed in 2012 after a joint study with the Alhambra Board of Trustees. Wines that are committed to the importance of the Terroir, which reflect the uniqueness of the soil and climate, favor singularity.

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