- Only international wine competition in Spain recognised by the International Organisation of Vine & Wine (OIV)
- Bacchus Wine International Competition is open to wines from all producer countries world‐wide.
- Four days in which more than 1.500 wines and more than one hundred international and national tasters will enlighten Madrid as world capital of wine.
- Specialist journalists, Masters of Sommelier, winemakers, Masters of Wine. A world-class panel of professional judges. Independence and experience that enhance Bacchus’s medals value.
Berliner Wein Trophy
- The medals of the Berliner Wein Trophy Awards are world-renowned, which can be trusted when purchasing wine
- Those who win this competition, win the hearts of the entire world
- This competition has grown to become Germany’s largest and most important international wine tasting so it has been held for years in the BEST WESTERN hotel which is, am Borsigturm
- Due to such a big competition, many submission could not be accepted by the end of the registration because of limited contigent of places.
Concours Mondial De Berxelles
- The Concours Mondial de Bruxelles ranked amongst the world’s best international competition where over 8.750 wines are entered by producers to be tasted
- Judges at the Concours Mondial de Bruxelles are bone fide members of the trade who earn their living through wine and live for wine 365 days a year.
- The consumer in search of reliable quality cues can also have complete confidence in medals from the Concours Mondial De Berxelles
- Every wine entered comes under the scrutiny of over 300 highly qualified judges from across the globe (50 nationalities).
- Its primary ambition is to provide consumers with a guarantee: that it will single out wines of irreproachable quality offering a truly pleasurable drinking experience, wines from across the globe and the price points.
Decanter World Wine Awards
- Founded in 2004
- Decanter is a wine and wine-lifestyle magazine, published in about 90 countries on a monthly basis. The magazine includes industry news, vintage guides and wine and spirits recommendations. Decanter also organizes the annual Decanter World Wine Awards.
- The London-based competition now receives entries from over 47 countries worldwide and in 2014 received over 15,000 entries, making it the largest wine competition in the world.
- The Decanter World Wine Awards (DWWA) is the world’s largest and most prestigious wine competition
- Judged by top wine experts including 66 Masters of Wine and Master of Sommeliers from around the world. The DWWA is respected internationally as an unrivalled source of wine recommendations.
Decanter Asia Wine Awards
- Decanter Asia is Asia’s most prestigious wine competition.
- Decanter is the world’s leading wine media brand.
- It consists of Decanter magazine, Decanter.com, DecanterChina.com, Decanter World Wine Awards, Decanter Asia Wine Awards and Decanter Events.
- The Decanter Asia Wine Awards (DAWA) is Asia’s largest and most trusted wine competition.
- The competition judged by Asia top wine experts and DAWA aims to recognise quality wines and provide consumers across Asia with a trusted source of recommendation.
- Guía Peñín is the most important international wine and spirits fair, held in Düsseldorf (Germany).
- The most complete Spanish wine guide in the world. More than 11,200 wines tasted, more than 2,000 wineries and more than 2,500 wines with five stars.
La Guia Penin’s 100-point wine-scoring scale:
- 95–100 – Exceptional
- 90–94 – Excellent
- 80–89 – Very good
- 70–79 – Acceptable
- 60–69 – Unremarkable, but not faulty
- 50–59 – Not recommended.
International Wine & Spirits Competition
- The International Wine & Spirit Competition is an annual wine competition founded in 1969 by the [German/British] oenologist Anton Massel.
- Each year the competition receives entries from over 80 countries worldwide. The awards given by the competition are considered as high honours in the industry. Wines and spirits that win awards go forward to the national and international.
- The event occurs annually in November, at the City Of London Guildhall. Only products which pay the entry fee of £145 per category are judged, and four bottles of each product must be supplied.
- The competition makes use of 250 specialist judges from all over the world. It takes over six months to judge all the products.
- Mundus Vini has been one of the most important competition in Germany, but also in the whole world
- A highly qualified international jury comprising oenologists, wine-makers, professional wine traders, sommeliers and expert journalists taste the wines, sparkling wines and fortified wines in ‘blind’ tasting rounds
- The target of the competition is to promote quality and the marketing of the wines entered.
- The awards are intended to offer consumers a forum which, firstly, permits a comparison of wines and offers valuable help with decision-making and orientation when buying wine