International Challenge Euposia: all the winners of the Edition # 10

It goes on the Côte des Blancs, Grand Cru of Oger, Champagne, the title of “World Champion” of the tenth edition of the International Challenge Euposia, the only one in the world reserved only for sparkling wines produced with the classic method of bottle refermentation, which it takes place according to the rules of the Grand Jury Européen. Confirmed the awards for sparkling wines produced with native grapes, for the first time the prize also awarded the Biological and biodynamic category. Host nation of this edition, Croatia.
At the end of a very tiring two days , with more than 150 competing samples from eleven different countries and eight Italian Appellations, the International Jury led by Riccardo Cotarella (president of the “ Italian Association of Oenologist-AssoEnologi”), decreed these results :
2017 World Champion: Vauversin, Champagne-France, “Original” blend of Chardonnay 2015 and Reserve, Domaine Biologique;
World Champion 2017, in the “Bio/Organic” category: Gramona, Cava-Spain, Catalonia, “Gran Reserva Celler Battle 2006”
World Champion 2017, in the category “native grapes”: Az.Agr. Cirotto, VSQ, Asolo-Italy; “Sogno Dosaggio Zero 2013” from “Incrocio Manzoni Bianco” grape.
In rosé wines:
World Champion 2017: Kettmeir, South Tyrol /Alto Adige-Italy: “Athesis Brut Rosè 2014”
World Champion 2017, in the “Bio/Organi”c category: Charlot Tanneux, Champagne-France, “Rosé de Saignée”
World Champion 2017, in the category “native grapes”: Cave Mont Blanc de Morgex and La Salle, Valle d’Aosta, “Charon” from “Petit rouge” grape.
The Jury has also awarded the following Prizes:
Tenuta Chiccheri, Veneto “Montprè 2010“: Best SW in Italy
Cà Rovere, Veneto, “Blanc de blancs brut 2013“: Best SW Veneto Region
Giannitessari, Lessini Durello Doc, “120 Months”: Severino Barzan’s Award “vielles vignes” Italy
Champagne Egly-Ouriet, “Grand cru 2005”: Severino Barzan’s International “vielles vignes” Award
Hambledon, Hampshire, United Kingdom, “Classic Cuvée NV”: Best International SW
Champagne Alain Bernard, “Premier Cru”: Best SW of France
Gusbourne, Kent, “Blanc de Blancs 2013”: Best SM from United Kingdom
Miolo, Vale dos Vinhedos-RS, Brazil, “Cuvée Tradition”: Best SW of Americas
Tolianic Vrbnik, Krk (Veglia)-Croatia, “Gospoja Extra-brut 2014”: Best SW Rest of Europe
Sidewood estate, Adelaide Hills-Australia, “Chloè Cuvée 2014”: Best SW Asia/Oceania

In Rosé wines:
Cesarini Sforza, Trentodoc, “1673 vintage 2011”: Best SW Rosé Italy
Edoardo Miroglio, Elenovo-Bulgaria, “Edoardo Miroglio Brut Rose 2013”: Best Sw Rosé Rest of Europe
Miolo, Vale dos Vinhedos-Brazil, “Brut Rosé”: Best SW Rosé Americas
Hambledon, Hampshire, “Classic Cuvée Rosé NV”: Best SW Rosé from United Kingdom
Champagne David Coutelas, “Prestige Rosé brut”: Best Sw Rosé of France
Sidewood Estate, Adelaide Hills-Australia, “Isabella Rosé 2013”: Best SW Rosé Asia/Oceania
The Sustainability Special Award of Euposia goes – this year – to Lessini Durello Appellation

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