BWW - Best Wine of the World competition

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BWW- Best Wine of the World 2018 Competition's Winners have been selected - the Best Wine in the World is Masseto 2009.

 BWW-The Best Wine of the World-competition is by far the toughest wine competition on this planet. Unlike any other industry competition, only 1% of the wines involved will be awarded.

The BWW 2018 competition was held in the world's largest wine information service - tastingbook.com. 18,477 wines received in total 2,354,989 votes from 416,000 wine professionals and wine lovers from 116 countriesduring the three months voting period.

 After the voting period, only 100 most voted wines in seven different categories remained in the Finals, organized in January 2019. The seven main categories included red wine, white wine, rose wine, sparkling wine, fortified wine, champagne and Wine Critic. 

 In the Finals the wines were evaluated and ranked two different times as blind by the panels of Tasting Book Professionals (selected Judges from over 7000 Pros: Wine writes, bloggers, MW's. Wine makers etc.)

 The six main wine categories included red wine, white wine, rose wine, sparkling wine, fortified wine and champagne categories. Under each category, the best wines were also awarded according to price level and country categories. 

 The Title above all categories - The Best Wine of the World 2018 - was awarded to the wine that won the highest scores in the Finals.

 In BWW Competition 2018, the Best Wine of the World -title was awarded to the Masseto 2009, Tuscany, Italy.

 The Best White Wine of the World -title was awarded to the Joseph Drouhin Montrachet Marquis de Laguiche 2010, Burgundy, France

 “It is without saying that winning the Trophy of Best White Wine of the World is an immense satisfaction. We, as a Team, feel very honoured and would like to thank the wine professionals for their vote. The relationship between our two families, Laguiche and Drouhin, goes back to 1947. Complex, refined, elegant with exceptional flavours and texture the Montrachet Marquis de Laguiche is truly an iconic wine showing the unique soul of its soil” Veronique Boss Drouhin

 

 Other Winners of the main categories are:

Best Winery of the World:Winner: Niepoort

Best Champagne of the World: Winner: Dom Perignon 2002, Champagne, France

Best Wine Critic of the world: Winner: Jancis Robinson

Best Champagne of the World: Winner: Dom Pérignon Rosé 2006

 Best Sparkling Wine of the World: Winner: Brundlmayer Brut Rosé

 Best Rosé Wine of the World: Winner: Château de la Soujeole Malepère 2017

 Best Sweet Wine of the World: Winner: Château d' Yquem 2009

 Best Port Wine of the World: Winner: Niepoort Vintage Port 2015

 Best Cabernet Sauvignon Wine of the World: Bryant Family Cabernet Sauvignon 2014

 Best Merlot Wine of the World: Petrus 2011

 Best Pinot Noir Wine of the World: Armand Rousseau Chambertin 2009

 

 Other 150 winners and prizes can be found at www.tastingbook.com

 

 BWW is the largest wine competition in the world, whether measured by the number of wines, the number of consumers involved or the judges taking part.

 

BWW warmly welcomes all vineyards to enter their wine for the 2019 competition.
Registration is the easiest, fastest, and most affordable in the business. 
Registration will begin on May 1st at www.bwwcompetition.com.

 

BWW- Best Wine of the 1980’s -Competition's winners have been selected!

The winner is Sassicaia 1985

First time ever, a whole decade was included in to the BWW-competition. Results of the largest 1980’s tasting in this century were surprising – the best wine of the 1980’s comes from Italy.

 In the Finals, 250 best wines from vintages 1980-1989, chosen by tastingbook.com and FINE Wine Magazine'swine professionals, were evaluated and ranked as blind by the panels of 24 professionals coming from Australia, India, USA, UK, Germany, Lithuania, Norway and Finland (selected Judges from over 8000 tastingbook.com pros: wine writers, bloggers, MW's. wine makers etc.)

 The Best Wine of the 1980’s -title was given to the Sassicaia 1985

No wine has ever been as great as this from Sassicaia, and it is one of the best wines Italy has ever produced.”James Suckling 100 points

I had this wine in a blind tasting - I have had it frequently, and have never failed to give it a perfect rating. A monumental Cabernet Sauvignon, it is one of the greatest wines made this century.  Robert Parker 100 points

 

 Other Winners of the main categories are:

Best Red Wine of the 1980’s: Winner: Sassicaia 1985, Tuscany, Italy

Best White Wine of the 1980’s: Winner: Domainede laRomanée-Conti Montrachet 1986, Burgundy, France

Best Champagne of the 1980’s: Winner: Dom Pérignon P3 Rosé 1988, Champagne, France

Best Fortified Wine of the 1980’s: Winner: Quinta do Noval Nacional 1982, Douro, Portugal

Best Sweet Wine of the 1980’s: Winner: Châteaud´Yquem 1986, Sauternes, France

 

All the winners, TOP 100 list and prizes can be found at www.tastingbook.com

 

BWW – Best Wine of the World-competition is the largest wine competition in the world, whether measured by the number of wines, the number of consumers involved or the judges taking part. BWW is also by far the toughest wine competition on this planet. Unlike any other industry competition, only 1% of the wines involved will be awarded. 




BWW 2018 - Best Wine Critics of World have been selected – Jancis Robinson MW is the Winner!

BWW-The Best Wine of the World-competition is by far the toughest wine competition on this planet. Unlike any other industry competition, only 1% of the wines involved will be awarded.

 The BWW competition was held in the world's largest wine information service - tastingbook.com. 18,477 wines received in total 2,354,989 votes from 416,000 wine professionals and wine lovers from 116 countries during the three months voting period.

 After the voting period, only 100 most voted wines in six different categories remained in the Finals, organized in January 2019. The six main categories included red wine, white wine, rose wine, sparkling wine, fortified wine, champagne and Wine Critic. 



Jancis Robinson MW

Jancis Robinson MW

 

In BWW Competition 2018, the Best Wine Critic of the World -title was awarded to Jancis Robinson MW. 

 "I feel extremely honoured to have been recognised by so many wine professionals around the world, particularly when the competition is so extremely strong. And I’m thrilled to see that my JancisRobinson.com colleague Julia Harding MW is also highly valued. 

I think all of us who write about wine know that, however enviable our work seems, it is increasingly demanding, even if always rewarding. Here’s to wine! And of course, to the organisers of this poll.”Jancis Robinson MW

 

 TOP 20 Best Wine Critics are:

1. Jancis Robinson MW 

2. Jeannie Cho Lee MW 

3. James Suckling

4. Antonio Galloni

5. Neal Martin

6. Michel Bettane

7. Allen Meadows

8. Lisa Perrotti-Brown MW

9. Tim Atkin MW

10. Richard Juhlin

11. Andrew Caillard MW

12. Eric Asimov

13. Julia Harding MW

14. Markus Del Monego MW

15. René Gabriel

16. Jeff Leve

17. José Peñin

18. Christer Byklum

19. Jeremy Oliver

20. Robert Parker

 

Most voted wines of the main categories are:

Most voted Red Wine of the World: Winner:Hill of Grace 2013, Henschke, Australia

Most votedWhite Wine of the World:  Winner: Montrachet2009, Ramonet, France

Most votedChampagne of the World: Winner: Dom Pérignon 2008, France

Most voted Sparkling Wine of the World: Winner:Original Sparkling Shiraz N.V, Seppelt, Australia

Most voted Fortified Wine of the World:Winner:Graham’s Vintage Port 2016, Portugal

Most votedRosé Wine of the World: Winner: Boat Shed Nebbiolo Rosé, Longview, Australia

Most votedSweet Wine of the World: Winner: Château d’ Yquem 2011, France

 

The TOP 50 Wine Critics and 1000 Most voted wines -lists can be found at www.tastingbook.com

 

BWW is the largest wine competition in the world, whether measured by the number of wines, the number of consumers involved or the judges taking part.



BWW- Best Wine of the World 2017 Competition Winners have been selected - the Best wine in the world is Harlan Estate 2013.

BWW-The Best Wine of the World-competition is by far the toughest wine competition on this planet. Unlike any other industry competition, only 1% of the wines involved will be awarded.

The BWW competition was held in the world's largest wine information service - Tastingbook.com. Over 22,500 wines received in total 1,333,896 votes from 620,000 wine professionals and wine lovers from 105 countries during the three month voting period.

After the voting period, only 180 most voted wines in six different categories remained in the Finals, organized in January 2018.

In the Finals the wines were evaluated and ranked three different times as blind by the panels of Tasting Book Professionals (selected Judges from over 7000 Pros: Wine writers, bloggers, MW's. Wine makers etc.)

The six main categories included red wine, white wine, rose wine, sparkling wine, fortified wine and champagne. Under each category, the best wines were also awarded according to price level and country.



 

The Harlan Team with Bill Harlan

The Harlan Team with Bill Harlan

In BWW Competition 2017, the Best Wine of the World title was awarded to Harlan Estate 2013 - Napa Valley / California, USA.

"The family and the team at Harlan Estate are humbled and honored to receive this honor. It is gratifying to be recognized for doing something you love.”  Bill Harlan, the Owner of the Harlan Estate.

Other Winners of the main categories are:

Best Winery of the World: E.Guigal, Rhône, France

Best Red Wine of the World: Winner Harlan Estate 2013, Napa Valley, United States

Best White Wine of the World:  Winner: E.Guigal Ex-Voto Ermitage Blanc 2013, Rhône, France

Best Champagne of the World: Winner: Dom Perignon 2002, Champagne, France

Best Sparkling Wine of the World: Winner: Bisol Private Cartizze Valdobbiadene Superiore Non Dosato N.V, Veneto, Italy

Best Fortified Wine of the World: Winner: Graham’s Vintage Port 2011, Douro, Portugal

Best Sweet Wine of the World: Winner: Robert Weil Kiedrich Gräfenberg TBA 2016, Rheingau, Germany

Best Wine Critic of the World: James Suckling, United States

All the winners and prizes can be found at www.tastingbook.com

 

BWW is the largest wine competition in the world, whether measured by the number of wines, the number of consumers involved or the judges taking part.

 BWW warmly welcomes all vineyards to enter their wine for the 2018 competition.
Registration is the easiest, fastest, and most affordable in the business. 
Registration will begin on March 1st at www.bwwcompetition.com.

 

 

BWW - The world’s largest wine competition 2017

BWW - Best Wine of the World 2017 competition's public voting period is over.  

The initial 3-month voting phase in Tastingbook.com gathered an astonishing 1,333,896 votes from over 620,000 wine lovers and professionals from 105 countries. From August 1 to October 30 of this year, a total of 22,588 wines received votes. The top wines received over 10,000 votes each. Out of these 22,588 wines, only 180 received sufficient votes to advance to the final stage of the judging – less than 1 per mil of all the wines entered. 

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BWW - the Best Wine of the World Competition, true to its name, selects the Best Wines in the World. It is the largest wine competition in the world, whether measured by the number of wines, the number of consumers involved or the judges taking part.

The competition differs significantly from other wine competitions in that the wines are selected by consumers all around the world and many thousands wine during a three-month period of voting, which takes place on Tastingbook.com and via social media, such as Facebook and Instagram.

The public votes and points awarded by wine professionals are tallied, and the twenty wines with the most votes from each competition category enter the finals that will be held in the fall. In the finals, the wines undergo a blind evaluation by panels consisting of leading wine makers, wine writers, Masters of Wine and wine professionals. 

The finals are held on three different continents - Europe, Australia and the United States - so that each region evaluates the wines from that region and its nearby areas.

Public voting commences on July 31, 2017 and concludes on October 30, 2017. Judging of the finalists will follow and BWW will announce the Best Wine in the World and the winners of the different categories on January 18th, 2018.

The competition is organized by the world's largest wine information service Tastingbook.com (www.tastingbook.com) and the world's leading fine wine magazines - FINE Magazines (www.fine-magazines.com).

For more information about the competition, please visit www.bestwineoftheworld.com.

BWW warmly welcomes all vineyards to enter their wine for the competition. Registration is the easiest, fastest, and most affordable in the business. 

Registration for the 2019 competition will begin on January 1st 2019.