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Decanter World Wine Awards (DWWA)

Decanter World Wine Awards (DWWA) founded in 2004 is among the world’s most influential wine competitions and receipt of awards and can bring the winners overnight success. The marketing boost to brands of Decanter awards helps products sell rapidly from store shelves, with attendant high sales. DWWA judges entries on a 20-point marking system. A Gold Medal is awarded to entries reaching 18.5 – 20 points, silver and bronze go to the entries reaching 17.0 – 18.4 and 15.5 – 16.9 points.

2007 – Tsinandali Special Reserve – Special Mentioning
2007 – Mukuzani Special Reserve – Bronze Medal /Mukuzani Special Reserve is the only Georgian wine that was awarded a medal in an over $20 price point category/
2008 - Saperavi Special Reserve – Recommended by the Decanter experts
2008 – Mukuzani – Bronze Medal
2009 – Mukuzani – Silver Medal
2009 – Saperavi – Bronze Medal
2009 – Saperavi – Bronze Medal
2009 – Tsinandali Special Reserve – Recommended by the Decanter experts
2010 – Mukuzani Special Reserve – Bronze
2010 – Saperavi Special Reserve – Silver
2010 – Tsinandali Special Reserve – Recommended by the Decanter experts
2010 – Tsinandali – Recommended by the Decanter experts
2010 – Saperavi – Recommended by the Decanter experts
2010 – Rkatsiteli – Recommended by the Decanter experts
2010 – Mukuzani – Bronze
2010 – Saperavi – Bronze
2010 – Kindzmarauli – Recommended by the Decanter experts
2011 – Saperavi – Bronze
2011 – Mukuzani – Bronze
2011 – Tsinandali – Recommended by the Decanter experts
2011 – Cabernet Saperavi – Recommended by the Decanter experts
2011 – Kindzmarauli – Recommended by the Decanter experts
2012 – Mukuzani – Bronze
2012 – Rkatsiteli – Recommended by the Decanter experts
2012 – Tvishi – Recommended by the Decanter experts
2012 – Kindzmarauli – Recommended by the Decanter experts

IWSC /International Wine and Spirit Competition

The International Wine & Spirit Competition was founded in 1969 and is the premier competition of its kind on the international stage. Its aim is to promote the quality and excellence of the world's best wines, spirits and liqueurs.

This is achieved through a rigorous two-stage judging process with a professional blind tasting and detailed (chemical and microbiological) analysis. Technical analysis is the only way to ensure that the competition's recommended products are technically sound and will be of the same high quality when they reach the consumer as they were when the judging panels originally tasted them.

2006 – Tsinandali Special Reserve – Bronze Medal
2006 – Saperavi Special Reserve – Silver Medal
2007 – Tsinandali Special Reserve - Bronze Medal
2007 – Tsinandali – Bronze Medal
2007 – Saperavi Special Reserve – Bronze Medal
2007 – Saperavi – Silver Medal
2007 – Mukuzani Special Reserve – Bronze Medal
2008 – Tsinandali – Bronze Medal
2008 – Saperavi – Silver Medal
2008 – Tvishi – Bronze Medal
2008 – Mukuzani – Silver Medal
2008 – Kindzmarauli – Bronze Medal
2009 – Tsinandali Special Reserve – Bronze Medal
2008 – Saperavi Special Reserve – Bronze Medal
2008 – Mukuzani Special Reserve – Bronze Medal
2009 – Tsinandali – Bronze Medal
2009 – Saperavi – Bronze Medal
2009 – Mukuzani – Bronze Medal.
2010 – Saperavi Special Reserve – Bronze Medal
2010 – Kindzmarauli – Bronze Medal
2011 – Rkatsiteli – Bronze Medal
2011 – Tsinandali – Bronze Medal
2011 – Saperavi – Bronze Medal
2012 – Tsinandali – Bronze Medal
2012 – Qvevris – Bronze Medal
2012 – Tvishi – Bronze Medal
2012 – Saperavi – Bronze Medal
2012 – Mukuzani – Bronze Medal
2012 – Kindzmarauli – Bronze Medal

Concours Mondial de Bruxelles

This international competition, founded in 1994, aims to create the optimal conditions for tasting wines and spirits from the four corners of the world, and to give awards to top-class products. The jury is composed of around 40 groups of five to six tasters each. At the end of the tastings each sample is allotted a mark out of 100 based on application of the formula of computation accredited by the Statistical Institute of the Catholic University of Louvain.

The awards: Grande Médaille d’Or, 96 to 100%; Médaille d’Or, 87 to 95.9%; Médaille d’Argent, 82.5 to 86.9%.

2008 – Tsinandali – Silver Medal
2009 – Tsinandali – Gold Medal
2009 - Tsinandali – Silver Medal
2009 – Tsinandali Special Reserve – Silver Medal

The Berlin Wine Trophy

The Berlin Wine Trophy is a wine sampling competition held annually in the capital city of Berlin by Deutsche Weinmarketing GmbH (DWM). A neutral international jury checks the quality of submitted wines and evaluates them according to the OIV international guidelines (Organisation International de la Vigne et du Vin) The prizes awarded also help enhance award winners´ reputation, thus contributing to higher sales. Awards in the Berlin Wine Trophy encourage consumer purchase with the implied guarantee of a high quality product.

2009 – Saperavi – Silver Medal
2009 – Saperavi Special Reserve – Gold Medal

Mundus Vini

The MUNDUS Vini Great International Wine Award is one of the most prestigious wine awards in the world. It is held annually in Neustadt an der Weinstraße in Germany. Over the course of two weeks some 180 well-known international wine experts taste more than 4,000 wines from all over the world.

2008 – Saperavi – Gold Medal
2008 – Mukuzani – Gold Medal

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