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Concours Mondial de Bruxelles 2021: results

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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.

 

Click here 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.

 

Swiss Revelation 2021

Ungulus 2017, Castello du Cantone, AOC Tessin

 

Grand Gold Medal

Ungulus 2017, Castello du Cantone, AOC Tessin

Ancora Galotta - Merlot 2020, Cave Jolimont, Vins de Pays Suisse

 

Gold Medal

Mitis - Amigne de Vétroz 2016, Domaine Jean-René Germanier, AOC Valais

Brin de Folie 2017, Clos de Géronde, AOC Valais

Telegram Petite Arvine 2020, Les Fils Maye, AOC Valais

Pinot Noir Champs Fleuri 2020, Jean-Louis Mathieu, AOC Valais

Syrah Martigny les Serpentines 2018, Domaine Jean-René Germanier, AOC Valais

Assemble rouge Stricto Sensu 2015, Philippe Varone Vins, AOC Valais

Cuvé Prestige Hurlevent 2018, Les Fils de Charles Favre, AOC Valais

Heida Fernand Cina 2020, Fernand Cina, AOC Valais

 

Vaud

Tour Blanche 2019, Obrist, AOC Vaud

Celliers du Chablais Merlot 2018, Cellier du Chablais, AOC Chablais

Syrah 2018, Celliers du Chablais, AOC Chablais

Clos de la Pontie, Nicolas Joss, AOC Chablais

Gamaret Réserve Inspiration 2018, Cave de la Côte, AOC La Côte

 

Tessin

Vigna d'Antan 2018, Gialdi Vini, AOC Tessin

Dogaia 2017, Gialdi Vini, AOC Tessin

Negromante 2018, Castello di Cantone, AOC Tessin