Brussels, Thursday 1 July 2021
The results of the 28th Concours Mondial have now been released. Although the pandemic continues and organising large-scale events remains challenging, the competition has chosen to reinvent itself in the interests of the wine industry, whilst at the same time maintaining its impeccable standards. Over nine days, more than 300 international judges took turns to taste the wines.
At this year’s Concours Mondial de Bruxelles in Luxembourg from June 17 to 27, a total 10,000 wines were entered by 46 producer countries.
The organisers hosted the nine-day tastings with irreproachable professionalism, fully complying with safety measures. Medals were awarded to wines from 40 different countries. France leads the way for the number of accolades (672), followed by Spain (507), Italy (389) and Portugal (335)
The full list of results is available below:
In addition to the silver, gold and grand gold medals, the competition also awarded ‘Revelation’ trophies to wines that achieved the highest score in each category.
Revelation White Wine 2021
BV vinarstvi a.s. , République tchèque
Revelation Red Wine 2021
Wunderlich Borászati Kft., Hongrie
Revelation Organic Wine 2021
Ghiaie della Furba
Tenuta di Capezzana, Italy Tuscany
Revelation Sweet Wine 2021
Cai Long Lin Icewine Jinding
Liao ning SanHe Wine Co. Ltd, China
Revelation Sparkling Wine 2021
Champagne Collard-Picard Archives
Champagne Collard-Picard, France Champagne
Sylvain Revelation Oaked Wine 2021
Masterstroke Cabernet Sauvignon – Shiraz 2016
Wakefield Taylors Wines Pty Ltd, Australia
About the competition :
The Concours Mondial de Bruxelles is an international competition where over 10,000 wines are entered by producers to be tasted and judged by a panel of experts. Our experienced wine tasters judge the competing wines with a single-minded purpose, and that is to select wines of irreproachable quality with no biases stemming from the label or an appellation’s prestige. The competition is one of the leading events of its kind in the world.
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