CSWWC 2017 Medal Results Out Now!
The Champagne & Sparkling Wine World Championships 2017 attracted entries from more countries than ever before: 29 in total, including for the first time the Czech Republic, Luxembourg and Romania.
In total 127 Gold and 167 Silver Medals have been awarded in 2017.
For a full list of award winners, click here.
Please note, producers will be notified later this week when access is available to scores and judges comments (for their internal use only).
Tom Stevenson comments,
“With the spread of technology and expertise, world class sparkling can now be found in countries where the fizz was undrinkable or non-existent 10 years ago.”
CSWWC 2017 Awards Dinner Tickets – now on sale
The annual awards dinner takes place at Vintners Hall in London on Thursday 14th September. Dinner tickets cost £215.00 + VAT per head and can be booked on a first class, first served basis by downloading your Order form for Trophy Dinner 2017, filling it in and emailing it to [email protected] by 15th August.
Announcement of Trophies and Publication of Results
A full PR campaign will support the results and all Trophy winners and Best in Class will be published in World of Fine Wine magazine in September 2017 with full Medal and Trophy results and tasting notes published in Tom Stevenson’s Champagne & Sparkling Wine Guide 2018. Producers are free to publicise their own medal successes and quote any tasting notes featured in Tom’s Guide, providing that they are attributed to The Champagne & Sparkling Wine World Championships 2017.
The Fizz Competition That Trade & Consumers Trust
The CSWWC is the most respected, comprehensive and rigorous international sparkling wine competition in the world, judged exclusively by renowned fizz experts Tom Stevenson, Essi Avellan MW and Dr Tony Jordan, together with permanent reserve judge George Márkus. No other fizz competition is as tough, nor can match the consistency and accuracy of judging.
Open to effervescing quality wines of every style produced anywhere on the planet, all wines entered into the CSWWC are judged blind and evaluated strictly within the context of their origin and style. Although the judges will categorise the wines as Gold, Silver, Bronze, Commended, and No Award, we select and publish only the very best as winners, rejecting Bronze and lower awards (Silver and below for Deluxe Champagnes).
KEY DATES IN BRIEF
- Thursday 14th September – Annual Awards Dinner at Vintners Hall, London
- November – Publication of Tom Stevenson’s Champagne & Sparkling Wine Guide 2018
CSWWC 2016 Results
Champagne Louis Roederer’s Cristal Brut 2002 (Magnum) was named Supreme World Champion and Best French Sparkling Wine 2016 at the Awards Dinner of the 2016 Champagne & Sparkling Wine World Championships in London. The Champagne House was also named Sparkling Wine Producer of the Year in front of 100 international winemakers, producers and guests at the historic Vintner’s Hall.
2016 was a ground breaking year for the Champagne & Sparkling Wine World Championships, with more entries than ever before. A total of 20 trophies were awarded from over 60 Best in Class winners, including 11 National Champions, 6 World Champions by Style and the Chairman’s Trophy, presented this year to MCIII NV by Moët & Chandon. National Champions were awarded for the first time in Chile to Santa Digna Estelado Rosé NV Uva Païs, China to Chandon NV Brut Rosé and Hungary to Kreinbacher 2011 Brut Classic in Magnum.
For 2016 trophy and medal results click here. Full tasting notes and in-depth details of all winners are available in TOM STEVENSON’S CHAMPAGNE & SPARKLING WINE GUIDE 2017. Producers are encouraged to publicise their own Medal and Trophy successes and are free to quote any of the tasting notes published in Tom’s Champagne & Sparkling Wine Guide 2017, provided that these are attributed to the Champagne & Sparkling Wine World Championships 2016.