1 competition, 4 sessions

The Concours Mondial de Bruxelles will now be held in 4 different sessions so that each type of wine can be judged professionally depending on their specific characters.

Next sessions

Red and White
Wine Session

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Rosé
Wine Session

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Sweet and Fortified
Wine Session

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Sparkling
Wine Session

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A global benchmark for wine competition

The Concours Mondial de Bruxelles is a global benchmark for wine competition. Its independence, stringent standards and tasting procedures offer reassurance for consumers, enabling them to buy medal-winning wines with complete confidence.

Latest news and events

Concours Mondial features in the United Airlines lounge

Concours Mondial features in the United Airlines lounge

26 Sep 22
525 wines compete in Marsala

525 wines compete in Marsala

20 Sep 22
Marvellous marsala – 10 things you need to know

Marvellous marsala – 10 things you need to know

07 Sep 22
Roussillon, cradle of fortified sweet wines

Roussillon, cradle of fortified sweet wines

22 Aug 22
Participate in Wine Paris

Participate in Wine Paris

26 Jul 22
SOS – SAVE OUR STICKIES!

SOS – SAVE OUR STICKIES!

20 Jul 22
The Concours Mondial de Bruxelles unveils the finest sparkling wines of the year

The Concours Mondial de Bruxelles unveils the finest sparkling wines of the year

07 Jul 22
960 sparkling wines will compete in Anadia, Portugal, this year

960 sparkling wines will compete in Anadia, Portugal, this year

30 Jun 22

Our seasoned judges

Our seasoned judges from around the world taste entries with a single-minded ambition, and that is to select wines of irreproachable quality with no bias stemming from the label or an appellation’s prestige. The competition is one of the most significant international events of its kind.

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Testimonials

They talk about the Concours Mondial de Bruxelles

Among the international competitions, for me THE World Competition is Brussels. The quality of the tasters imposes a level of requirement with regard to one’s own palate which I have not encountered anywhere else. For me it is the most reliable medal.

Xavier Leclerc

Wine merchant for Auchan, France

Certainly the most international and serious competition! The marketing of a bottle of wine is very complex, and the consumer is often confused when faced with so many choices on the shelves. This is why a medal is a sign of quality and a strong sign for the consumer.

Rémy Sibony

Wine Negotiator at Carrefour, France

For a producer a medal is a great marketing tool. I have had suppliers who won medals and were able to open up new markets after being proactively approached by buyers, just because they were on the Concours Mondial de Bruxelles website. That’s a great return on investment!

Jonas De Maere

Wine Program Manager forAhold Delhaize USA