8,500 wines from 46 producer countries competed this year in the Concours Mondial de Bruxelles in Brno, Czech Republic, from September 4-6.
Complying with current safety rules, the organizers managed the three days of tastings with impeccable professionalism. Strict safety precautions were applied to every aspect of the competition, from the table arrangements, the wine serving rules and disinfection of equipment to restrictions of movement in the tasting hall. The host country proved itself to be extremely capable, efficient and skillful at preparing this year’s Concours Mondial de Bruxelles.
Medals were awarded to wines from 40 different countries. At the top, with the highest number of accolades stands France (570), followed by Spain (495), Italy (363) and Portugal (306). The Czech Republic picked up 112 awards, thus securing fifth place.
Follow the link below for the full list of results:
In addition to the Silver, Gold and Grand Gold Medals, the competition also awarded Revelation trophies to the wines with the highest score in different categories.
This year, the Concours Mondial de Bruxelles introduced a new category dedicated to the best oaked wine – the Sylvain Revelation Oaked Wine.
2020 International Revelation Red Wine
Schenk, 2016 Cuvée Noémie
Côtes du Roussillon Villages, Languedoc-Roussillon, France
2020 International Revelation White Wine
B/V Vinařství, 2015 Hibernal, vyber z hroznu
Znojemska, South Moravia, Czech Republic
2020 Vinolok Revelation Rosé Wine
Chateau Purcari, 2019 Vinohora, Feteasca Neagra & Montepulciano
Stefan Voda, Republic of Moldova
2020 International Revelation Sweet Wine
La Vialla, 2012 Occhio di Pernice Riserva
Vin Santo del Chianti DOC, Tuscany, Italy
2020 International Revelation Organic Wine
Finca Manzanares, 2017 Palarea
Vino de la Tierra de Castilla, Castilla-la-Mancha, Spain
2020 International Revelation Sparkling Wine
PH-CH, 2006 Champagne Rare Millésime
2020 Sylvain Revelation Oaked Wine
Bodegas Corral, 2008 Don Jacobo Gran Reserva,
Rioja DOCa, Spain