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Bulgarian Wines are Back !!

The Concours Mondial de Bruxelles is an international competition where over 9,000 wines are entered by producers to be tasted and evaluated by a panel of wine industry experts. Finding the ‘right’ wine amongst the thousands of commercially available products is no easy task. Even though taste and personal experience are still the best guides, the consumer in search of reliable quality cues can also have complete confi dence in medals from the Concours Mondial de Bruxelles. That’s because every wine entered comes under the scrutiny of over 300 highly qualifi ed judges from across the globe (50 nationalities). Their sole ambition is to select wines of irreproachable quality, irrespective of origin or an appellation’s prestige. With twenty years experience, the Competition has become one of the foremost international events in its category, whilst offering an unrivalled showcase  for the latest trends in grape varieties, appellations and vintages.


Full results of the 2016 Concours Mondial de Bruxelles are available at: http://results.concoursmondial.com/

The results of the 2016 Concours Mondial de Bruxelles have just been released. Once again, the competition has revealed critical insight into the latest trends within the world of wine, providing a snapshot of the global industry that is updated annually.

This year, the competition resumed its tour of Europe’s leading wine regions, travelling to the Bulgarian town of Plovdiv. Over 8,750 wines from 51 producer countries competed before a selection of the world’s foremost tasters. Sommeliers, buyers, importers, journalists and wine writers – in all, 320 wine tasters representing 54 nationalities gathered for 3 days to judge entries. The diverse range, both of entries and backgrounds of the tasters themselves, is one of the archetypal features of a competition that in just a few years has emerged as a world wine ‘tasting championship’.

To provide consumers with a reliable buying cue, three types of medals were awarded: Grand Gold, Gold and Silver. The results can be accessed via the competition’s website: http://results.concoursmondial.com/. In addition to medals, the competition also awards special prizes to wines scoring highest in their category:

Revelations per wines categories
White Revelation 2016 – Aquilae Grillo Bio 2015 CVA Canicattì Italy
Sparkling Revelation 2016 – Champagne Diogène Tissier et Fils Cuvée N°17 SARL Diogène Tissier et Fils France
Rosé Revelation 2016 – Turasan Blush Rosé 2015 Turasan Bagcilik ve Sarapçilik LTD. STI. Turkey
Red Revelation 2016 – Podere Brizio Riserva 2010 Podere Brizio Italy
Sweet Revelation 2016 – Domaine du Mont d’Or Sous l’Escalier 2012 SA Domaine du Mont d’Or Switzerland
Spanish Revelation – Viña Puebla Madre del Agua 2013 Bodegas Toribio Spain
Cava Revelation – Cava Adernats Brut 2012 Vinícola de Nulles SCCL Spain
Revelations of the Jury
Tamarí Dos Mundos 2013 Finca La Celia S.A. Argentina
Bouza Tannat B2 Parcela Única 2013 Bouza Bodega Boutique Chacras del Sur SA Uruguay
Clos Malverne Auret 2013 Clos Malverne Wine Est. South Africa
Virgo 2015 Soc. Agríc. da Herdade da Torre do frade Portugal
Podrum Vinis 2012 Podrum Vinarija Vinis | Milan Nikolic Serbia
Exceptionnal old vintages
Kopke Porto Colheita 1984 Sogevinus – Fine Wines Portugal
Kopke Porto Colheita 1978 Sogevinus – Fine Wines Portugal
Barros Porto Colheita 1974 Sogevinus – Fine Wines Portugal
Kopke Porto Colheita 1941 Sogevinus – Fine Wines Portugal
Cálem Porto Colheita 1961 Sogevinus – Fine Wines Portugal
Kopke Porto Colheita 1966 Sogevinus – Fine Wines Portugal
D’Oliveiras Madeira Wines 1973 Pereira d’Oliveira (Vinhos) LDA Portugal
D’Oliveiras Madeira Wines 1981 Pereira d’Oliveira (Vinhos) LDA Portugal
Vintage 1981 Terrassous SCV Les Vignobles de Constance et du Terrassous France


Next year the Concours Mondial de Bruxelles will return to Spain, visiting Valladolid in the heart of the Castilla y León region. This is the second time Spain has hosted this travelling contest after Valencia in 2009. Over the past 10 years, the Concours Mondial de Bruxelles has become one of the largest showcases of Spanish wine diversity. This year, amongst the 9,000 samples entered in the competition, 1,700 were Spanish which puts Spain in second position, just behind France.

For more information


  • Facebook: /concoursmondial
  • Twitter: @concoursmondial
  • International media contact: Frédéric Galtier – frederic.galtier@vinopres.com – (+34) 687 301 326


2017-09-11T17:06:15+02:0013 juni 2016|bulgarije, new, Proeven, Wines|

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