CMB Rosé Wine Session results: the CMB reveals the best rosés of the year

CMB Rosé Wine Session results: the CMB reveals the best rosés of the year

At the end of March in Dalmatia (Croatia), 1,205 rosé wines from across the globe competed for the CMB’s highly coveted medals. For the first session of the year, which focuses entirely on rosé wines, 55 international judges awarded silver, gold and grand gold medals to wines from 32 countries.

For the 2024 vintage of the Rosé Wine Session, the Vinolok International Revelation Trophy was awarded to the Italian rosé Villa Cordevigo Gaudenzia 2019 by Vigneti Villabella. The Veneto winery did not just leave with one prestigious accolade, however – it also came away with three Gold and one Silver medal. In fact, all of the wines it entered in the competition won medals, a huge achievement which underscores an unrivalled commitment to crafting outstanding wines.

View the full results here: https://resultats.concoursmondial.com/en/results/2024

France secures the top spot
France confirms its ranking as a producer of stellar rosés with no fewer than 137 award-winning wines, almost double the amount of the second most awarded country, Italy, which came away with 76 medals. Spain rounds off the top three with 57 medalled wines.

Croatia and Romania stand out from the crowd
Although overshadowed by the leading rosé wine producer countries, two nations confirm that they are rising stars in the wine firmament, with each of them awarded 18 prestigious CMB medals – Croatia and Romania. In fact, the SEmi-Sweet Revelation award went to a Romanian wine, the C’est Soir – Busuioaca De Bohotin Semi-Sweet.

Greece also excelled with 10 medal-winning wines, including a Grand Gold for the Lenga Pink by Avantis Estate.

View the Revelation awards here: https://resultats.concoursmondial.com/en/results
Pictures of the competition here https://flickr.com/photos/concoursmondial/albums/72177720315602434/

About the competition
The Concours Mondial de Bruxelles is an international, touring competition divided into four sessions, one of which is dedicated to rosé wines. Across the various sessions, over 10,000 wines are entered by producers to be tasted and assessed by a panel of experts. Our seasoned judges taste the competing wines with a single-minded focus and that is to single out wines of irreproachable quality with no bias stemming from the label or an appellation’s prestige. The Concours is one of the most important international events of its kind.Press contact:Benoît Carion – benoit.carion@vinopres.com

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