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PIWI International e.V. and WINE System AG arrange the fifth international PIWI wine award.
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PAR®-jury tastes wines produced from fungus-resistant grape varieties.
Frasdorf, 06. August 2015 – wines made from fungus-resistant grape varieties are not only sustainable due to waiver of usage of pesticide but they are also very attractive and aromatic wines. In order to communicate this matter to broad public and to honour years of development work in the vineayard PIWI International e.V. and WINE System AG arrange annual international PIWI wine award. Due to great demand and for the first time this prestigious tasting will take place on two days, 13th and 14th of November 2015. An independent jury consisting of oenologists, consultants and sommelier certified by the Chamber of Industry and Commerce will taste submitted PIWI wines in accordance with the internationally accepted PAR®-method . Application deadline is the 30th of October 2015.
„Long live the accomplished individuality!“
PAR Wine Award Greece 2015: Greek wine growers convince with high quality and enormous variety
Bad Dürkheim, March 2015 – Greece, the „cradle of the European winegrowing“ thrilled the experienced PAR-jury under the guidance of Martin Darting by the consistently high quality awareness and amasing variety of the products. Round about 70 wines from 18 different regions of Greece have been submitted for the tasting which has been carried out by WINE System AG for the fifth time. The so called „accomplished individuality“ of many producers has especially impressed the tasters. The overall winner Sauvignon Blanc 2013 - Domaine Florian from Thessaloniki – attracted special attention due to its extraordinary expressive power. It achieved 97 PAR points.ﾠSweet wine Vinsanto 2005 – the specialty from the Domaine Sigalas on the Santorini isle – became Top Gold with 96 PAR points.
An extraordinary tasting of wines with real character:
PAR Wine Award South Africa assessed round about 50 wines from the Cape
Bad Dürkheim, March 2015 – wine growers from South Africa have proved that beside the fact that they know their craft very well, they also show a very subtle sense for the international market during the second PAR Wine Award South Africa. Beside the premium quality wines of modern style a tendency with courage for new extravagant trends was obvious. This tendency was inspiring for the head of tasting Martin Darting and his prestigious PAR-Team. Simonsig, a very traditional vineyard from Stellenbosch, got both top places with their Tiara Reserve 2010 (98 PAR points) and Pinotage Reserve Redhill 2011 (with 97 PAR points). The Isabeau 2013 (96 PAR points) from Allèe Bleue vineyard located in Walker Bay appeared to be the best one in the category of white wines. About 50 wines from 10 different regions of South Africa have been tasted in total.
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