Competition

A competition held in France, with the highest quality of tasting: wines from all over the world are tasted by an international jury composed solely of experts in organic wines. The Armonia group, with its 30 years of experience in organising wine and spirits competitions in Europe, guarantees optimal tasting conditions.

A competition open to all organic wines and wines undergoing conversion, all across the world

A competition dedicated to organic wines

Jurors’ expertise

Tasters are the cornerstone of the Competition. Each sample is blind-tasted by an international jury of experts, and marked on the basis of sensorial analysis criteria defined by the OIV (International organisation of vine and wine).

Certified competition

The competition is authorised and supervised by the DGCCRF. It is also ISO 9001-certified. For producers and consumers, this is the sign of rigorous selection.

Organoleptic analysis

After the tasting, you receive a complete organoleptic analysis of your sample (appearance, aroma, taste, harmony) along with competition averages, to evaluate your sample’s position with regard to competitors.

Renowned presidents

Philippe Faure-Brac, World’s Best Sommelier and honorary president of the competition, and Pierre Guigui, the competition’s founder, journalist and former editor at Gault et Millau, help make the competition more widely known.

Active communication

The competition uses its extensive network to communicate results directly to the main decision-makers: buyers, sommeliers, restaurant owners, importers, journalists for the specialised press.

Marketing tools

Many tools are made available to you: Metal plates to hang up at your site, medals to affix to your products, award certificates to send to clients, award-winners on the competition’s website (to increase your internet visibility), the competition’s social networks, etc.

Concours International des Vins Biologiques et en conversion: Results are online!

The 26th edition of the Concours International des Vins Biologiques et en conversion took place on Monday, May 9 in Paris. Professionals and enlightened amateurs met to taste and mark a total of 634 organic wine samples from across the globe. At the end of the tasting, a Grand Jury elected the World’s Best Organic Wine from amongst the gold medal winners with the highest marks.

200 award-winning wines
634 wines from 13 countries, including France, Spain, Belgium and Croatia, were tasted beneath the watchful gaze of honorary president Philippe Faure-Brac, World’s Best Sommelier 1992. The ...

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