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International Recognition of Tunisian Wines

In Tunisia, You Drink!

In the north-west of Tunisia, fed by the waters of the Medjerda River, the longest river in the country, there is the Domaine Shadrapa which is a very beautiful vineyard with an area of 240 hectares. Since its establishment in 2004, the winery has become the mecca of Tunisian winemaking.

The Domain Shadrapa boasts over 50 medals which it has received for 10 years, taking part in the most prestigious international wine competitions. By the end of 2020, the winery has won 9 more international awards which have been received in Spain, France and Canada.

Tunisian Wines Guide

The wine Domaine Shadrapa Cabernet Sauvignon Merlot

A gold medal at the BACCHUS 2020 International Wine Competition in March, 2020 [Madrid, Spain]

A gold medal at the CINVE 2020 International Wine & Spirits Competition in March, 2020 [Cáceres, Spain]

The wine Domaine Shadrapa Blanc Chardonnay Coteaux de la Medjerda

A silver medal at the CINVE 2020 International Wine & Spirits Competition in March, 2020 [Cáceres, Spain]

The wine Phénicia Rouge Cabernet Sauvignon Merlot

Gold medal at the international competition Les Sélections Mondiales des Vins Canada 2020 in November 2020 [Quebec, Canada]

Silver medal at the BACCHUS 2020 International Wine Competition in March, 2020 [Madrid, Spain]

Silver medal at the CINVE 2020 International Wine & Spirits Competition in March, 2020 [Cáceres, Spain]

The wine Phénicia Rosé

Silver medal at the CINVE 2020 International Wine & Spirits Competition in March, 2020 [Cáceres, Spain]

The wine Phénicia Blanc Coteaux de la Medjerda

Silver medal at the international competition Concours des Vinalies Internationales 2020 in February and March, 2020 [Paris, France]

Silver medal at the CINVE 2020 International Wine & Spirits Competition in March, 2020 [Cáceres, Spain]

In total, the Tunisian Domaine Shadrapa wines earned 3 gold and 6 silver medals in 2020!

In total, the Tunisian Domaine Shadrapa wines earned 3 gold and 6 silver medals in 2020! There’s an interesting fact. The name of the winery comes from the name of the Phoenician god of wine Shadrapa. We still can see a stele dedicated to the god in the archaeological site of the ancient Roman city of Dougga, which has preserved its greatness and beauty. It indirectly proves that the worship of the god of wine was a common thing for people of the region.

28.09.2022