The world’s toughest and most prestigious sparkling wine competition, The Champagne & Sparkling Wine World Championships 2021 (CSWWC), is delighted to announce its most decorated medal year yet, with a total of 139 Gold & 268 Silver medals awarded to 19 countries.
All the Gold & Silver medal winners can be found here: CSWWC 2021 Results
Well in excess of 1000 sparkling wines were judged over 2 weeks with Italy taking the top of the leader board spot triumphing with 58 Gold and 129 Silver medals. They were followed by France who take home 52 golds and 50 silver medals.
While France and Italy continue to dominate in terms of the number of their entries, the diversity of entries the Champagne & Sparkling Wine World Championships now receives from countries and regions around the world is second to none. This year the competition received entries for the first time, from Japan, and saw Sanwa Shurui come straight off the starting blocks to win a silver medal for its Ajimu Budoushu Koubou 2019 Sparkling Wine.
Competition founder Tom Stevenson concludes “Exciting quality finds like sparkling wines from Japan, Romania, and Russia, is one of the reasons why the CSWWC exists. Another is keeping track of all the established greats, seeing if they continue to come through the totally blind process with Golds, Best in Class and then on to Trophies.”
For any further information about the CSWWC, please contact: Rachel Davey
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