The 26th Grand International Wine Award MUNDUS VINI took place last February in Neustadt, Germany. A total of 43 Grand Gold, 1,546 Gold and 1,406 Silver Medals were attributed to the best wines. 268 wine experts from 54 countries traveled to the six-day tasting to taste and evaluate almost 7,500 wines from all over the world.
The target of the competition is to promote quality and the marketing of the wines entered. The awards are intended to offer producers, wine-growers, importers and consumers a forum which, firstly, permits a comparison of wines and offers valuable help with decision-making and orientation when buying wine and, secondly, reaches a wide public.
Our Clos Marey-Monge Monopole 2017 was part of the few wines to receive a medal.
Clos Marey-Monge Monopole 2017: Silver Medal
About Mundus Vini
MUNDUS VINI was founded 19 years ago by the Meininger Verlag, and from the beginning has been one of the most important wine competitions in the world. The 12,000 wines that are submitted every year are clear proof of the importance this competition has now achieved in Germany and all over the world. They are evaluated using the 100-point system of the International Organisation of Vine and Wine (OIV). Only the top 40 per cent of wines submitted to the competition receive medals for their quality. This underscores the exclusivity of the MUNDUS VINI medals as well as the professionalism and uniqueness of the event itself. The Wine Award process takes place twice a year, in spring and late summer. Initiator of MUNDUS VINI is the publishing company Meininger Verlag, which specialises in trade journals for the wine industry.