Friday, March 6, 2015

4 gold and 2 silver medals awarded to Georgian wines at MUNDUS VINI

06.03.2015 (Hvino News). Six Georgian wines have won top awards at prestigious competition MUNDUS VINI International Wine Award 2015 in Germany:  four gold and two silver medals.

The gold prizes were awarded to:

2011 Saperavi Qvevri red dry, Corporation Kindzmarauli
2012 Chateau Mukhrani Saperavi, Chateau Mukhrani
2013 Khvanchkara Iberiuli, Wine Company Shumi
2012 Mukuzani Series "Mikitani", Corporation Georgian Wine

The silver medals were awarded to:

2013 Tamada Saperavi, GWS

The MUNDUS VINI Great International Wine Award is one of the most prestigious wine awards in the world. It awarded 38 Grand Gold, 731 Gold and 946 Silver medals. A 150-strong international jury tasted and judged wines from almost 40 winegrowing countries over a period of three days. Sitting at the top of the medals tally is Spain with 408 awards, followed by Italy (377) and Germany (206). France and Spain came next with 183 and 158 medals.

A selection of the winning wines will be presented to a professional audience in the Tasting Zone of the world's largest wine fair, ProWein, in Düsseldorf (15 to 17 March, 2015).  This is where the special awards will be personally presented to the winners, on the first day of the fair.

MUNDUS VINI was founded 15 years ago by Meininger Verlag publishing house and has become one of the world's most significant wine competitions with a lineup of more than 8,000 wines. Since 2014 the international competition, which takes place according to the international tasting guidelines of the OIV, has been held twice a year in order to give freshly bottled wines, as well as wines from earlier vintages, a chance of winning an award.

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