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Effervescents du Monde® 2014

The 12th annual qualitative competition for the Best Sparkling Wines in the World will take place on November 19-21, 2014 in Dijon - Wine producing area of Burgundy - Culinary College "Le Castel".

Take part to Effervescents du Monde :

[More Informations about Effervescents du Monde]

The 2014 results of Effervescents du Monde®

The results of 12th Effervescents du Monde competition for the Best Sparkling Wines in the World will be available on monday November 24, 2014 at 6 pm local time.

Effervescents du Monde® 2013 Results

The results of the 11th annual International competition for the Best Sparkling Wines in the World are available:

[2013 Results]

Medal Distribution:

  • Gold Medals: 46
  • Silver Medals: 152

This event is unique in terms of its scope, its method and therefore its ambition:

International in scope:

  • More than 28 countries.
  • More than 600 wine samples.
  • More than 100 international expert judges, including 50% from outside France.

A strict method:

  • Compliance with international wine competition rules and strict application of the ISO 9002 Quality Assurance standard.
  • Guaranteed implementation of scoring criteria for international competitions.
  • Rigorous selection of the panel of expert judges.
  • Training in tasting methodology at the Institut Paul Bocuse, with individual assessment of each taster.
  • Faultless, quality-driven organisation: limitation of the number of wines per jury and ideal tasting conditions (sensory isolation, proper tasting rhythm, etc.)
  • Secure computer processing of results by the Services Actions Qualité company.

Ambition:

  • To award reliable and thus representative medals each year, reflecting the founding motto of Effervescents du Monde®: diversity, quality and high standards.

Development of a Tasting Glass Enabling Control of Sparking Wine foam and Effervescence

Towards Optimal Tasting of Sparkling Wines and Ideal Expression of Foam and Effervescence

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Effervescence

As an introduction to the approach used for the qualitative confrontation of the world's best sparkling wines, we have accepted the definition of "effervescent wines" found in the 1988 edition of the Dictionnaire du Vin (in French):

An effervescent wine is one that releases carbon dioxide bubbles at its surface.

[Effervescence]

Official Certification

The rules of the Effervescents du Monde® wine competition have been set in compliance with the French government bulletin dated 16 December 1993. This compliance was confirmed by the French consumer-protection agency, DGCCRF, on 21 May 2003. As such, the competition is authorised to award quality medals.

Organisation

Effervescents du Monde® is an organisation of the Forum Oenologie Association.

Forum Oenologie Also Organizes:
The international qualitative competition
Chardonnay du Monde

The international qualitative competition
Muscats du Monde

The international qualitative competition
Syrah du Monde

The international qualitative competition
Alliances du Monde

The international Wine and Vine films Festival
OENOVIDEO
Our Partners

The Revue des Œnologues
International technical and scientist Wine and Vine Magazine.
Technical and Communication partner.

DHL Express
Official partner for international deliveries.

SAQ - Services Actions Quality Technical partner.

We also thanks

www.oeno.tm.fr

Fleur d’effervescence
Contact us
  • Effervescents du Monde®
    Maison des Vignerons du Château de Chaintré
    Cidex 453 bis
    71570 CHAINTRÉ - FRANCE
  • From France :
    Tel. : 03.85.37.43.21
    Fax : 03.85.37.19.83
  • From abord
    Tel. : 333.85.37.43.21
    Fax : 333.85.37.19.83
  • E-mail
New Book

Découverte de la Dégustation du Champagne

Art, Science et Plaisir

De Carine Herbin et Joël Rochard

An excellent initiative has recently come to our attention thanks to its serious approach and its originality. We commend the publication in French of the first book devoted solely to the tasting of Champagne and other sparkling wines: “La dégustation du champagne: art, science et plaisir” (Champagne Tasting: Art, Science and Pleasure) by two enologists, C. Herbin and J. Rochard.

This richly illustrated book, which contains exercise sheets, diagrams and examples, will enable both wine lovers and professionals to:

  • Better understand the specificities of Champagne: its complexity, the mystery of its bubbles and its heady aromas.
  • Initiate themselves in Champagne tasting: attentive analysis of the different sensorial stimulations, the ceremonial aspects of Champagne service, how to express the pleasure of tasting Champagne as well as numerous practical exercises.
  • Expand their vocabulary: more than 900 specialized terms in French and English.

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