Apertura delle registrazioni

15 Novembre 2021


Iscrizione online

L’iscrizione online è il modo più semplice per far partecipare i vostri prodotti.

Se vi iscrivete per la prima volta, vi verranno forniti uno username e una password per accedere al vostro account.

Se non riuscite a iscrivere online i vostri prodotti, potete farlo, in via eccezionale, scaricando il dossier d’iscrizione dal nostro sito web, rinviandolo per posta al seguente indirizzo.

Iscrizione online

Validità dell’iscrizione

La registrazione sarà confermata solo ad avvenuta ricezione di:

  • ​Un modulo d’iscrizione completo per ogni vino presentato
  • Un certificato di analisi* per ogni campione presentato, un’etichetta e retro etichetta originali dell’annata presentata
  • Un’etichetta originale o una bozza provvisoria dell’etichetta per ogni campione presentato
  • Il pagamento con carta di credito o bonifico bancario (inviare copia dell’avvenuto bonifico) della quota di partecipazione al concorso

Rue de Mérode 60, 1060 Bruxelles – Belgio
e-mail: concours@vinopres.com
Telefono : +32 478 21 27 32


Costo di partecipazione

160 € per campione, con un costo degressivo a partire dal secondo campione.

La quota di partecipazione deve essere versata al momento dell’iscrizione (vedi modalità d’iscrizione + link). Il mancato pagamento comporta l’esclusione dei prodotti dal concorso.

Il pagamento può essere effettuato:

  • tramite bonifico bancario sul conto VINOPRES BE 87 0001 2552 7494 (IBAN), BPOTBEB1 (Bank Identification Code) della Banque de la Poste (B – 1000)
  • tramite carta di credito (Visa, Eurocard o American Express)

Società basate in Belgio: aggiungere IVA del 21%
Società basate nella CEE, escluso il Belgio: IVA non applicabile, indicare il numero di IVA intracomunitario
Società basate fuori dalla CEE: IVA non applicabile

Campioni Costo
1 160,00 €
2 318,00 €
3 474,00 €
4 628,00 €
5 780,00 €
6 930,00 €
7 1070,00 €
8 1216,00 €
9 1350,00 €
>=10 148,00 €/camp.

Data ultima per l’invio della campionatura 20 aprile 2021

Spedire 4 bottiglie etichettate di ogni campione e una fattura pro forma (specificando “campioni senza valore commerciale”)

Per i produttori italiani:
Via Pontina, 722
00128 Roma
Contatto per la spedizione e la consegna:
Emiliano Luminoso – Tel +39 06 508 02 73
e-mail: cmb@enosissrl.it
Contatto per tutte le informazioni relative al CMB:
Karin Meriot – Tel. +33 6 67 16 61 82

Estratto del Regolamento

Concours Mondial de Bruxelles

Section 1 – Organisation
The CONCOURS MONDIAL DE BRUXELLES is organised by Vinopres s.a. rue de Mérode 60, 1060 Bruxelles, Belgium (web site : www.concoursmondial.com) from hereon called the « CONCOURS MONDIAL DE BRUXELLES ».
From its advent, the Concours Mondial de Bruxelles has been recognised by the European Union as an official organisation with the power to award medals to wines. As such, it is inspected annually by officials from the Belgian Federal Public Service Economy.

Section 3 – Products eligible for competing

The competition is open, without discrimination, to all wines, in accordance with the definitions of the “International Code of Oenological Practices” of the O.I.V. All products must have an indication of the country of origin and of the place where grapes were harvested.

All these products must be destined for sale and must be from a homogeneous batch of at least 1000 litres. On an exceptional basis, a reduced volume, of at least 100 litres, may be admitted upon justification of a particularly low production. All samples must be presented with labels and commercial presentation.

If the product has not yet been conditioned at the moment of the sampling, and if the batch registered in CONCOURS MONDIAL DE BRUXELLES is bulk, the sample shall be accompanied by the document listed at the end of these regulations, called “Certificate of sample conformity presented in bulk”.

Section 12 – Overall functioning of the commissions

1. Discipline

As anonymity is a fundamental principle of the competition:

a. During the tasting the jurors are required to keep silent and avoid gestures or facial expressions that might give away their impressions.

b. Before the serving of each sample, the score sheets that are handed out may bear technical information relative to the sample. These sheets may also bear the jury number and the juror’s name.

c. The staff that collects the sheets ensures they have been correctly filled out. The chairman then signs them for validation.

d. Jurors cannot keep a double.

e. Jurors are not allowed to know the identification of a wine, its origins, price, points or awards, thus respecting total anonymity.

2. Mode of operation

Once the commissions are formed, in order to explain the point of their mission, they are reunited prior to the tasting, for one or more meetings and will have a group tasting, afterwards comparing the results of each taster to provide a balance between the evaluation criteria of each taster.

a. The commissions are seated in a well aired, well lit and quiet hall where entry is prohibited to any person having nothing to do with the tasting sessions. Where possible the temperature is kept between 18°C and 22°C. Smoking is not allowed.

b. A second hall next door but out of the jurors’ sight is reserved for the uncorking of samples and maintenance of anonymity. Smoking is not allowed here either.

c. The filling of glasses is done in the tasting hall in front of the jurors.

d. In all cases, the bottles are first placed in a wrapping that hides the shape of the bottle and guarantees sample anonymity.

e. The tasting sessions are held preferably in the mornings. Each tasting is done at a rate of fifty samples per day.

f. THE CONCOURS MONDIAL DE BRUXELLES guarantees optimal conditions for the jurors.

3. Presentation of the wines

Each wine is tasted individually and is not compared.