Best Wines of the World (BWW Competition 2021) - Gold medal for 3 Gérard Bertrand wines

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Three Gérard Bertrand wines awarded a gold medal

It is an honor to share with you the results of the international competition for the Best Wines of the World (BWW 2021) featuring three Gérard Bertrand wines awarded a gold medal by the votes of 190,000 professionals and wine lovers from 115 countries! It is a great mark of recognition for the work of all our teams in the vineyard and in the cellar.

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BWW 2021 – Best Rosé Wines of the World (Best Rosé Wines of the World)

Gold: Château la Sauvageonne - La Villa 2019 – Languedoc

Château la Sauvageonne La Villa 2019 is an organic wine certified AB & biodynamic certified Demeter. A unique blend resulting from a co-fermentation between Grenache, Vermentino and Viognier with fermentation and aging for 6 months in new French oak barrels bringing smoothness and structure.

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BWW 2021 - Best Rosé Wines of the World

Gold: Hampton Water, 2019 – AOP Languedoc

Hampton Water is a blend of Grenache, Cinsault and Mourvèdre that we crafted in collaboration with Jesse Bongiovi and his father Jon Bon Jovi.

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BWW 2021 – Best Sparkling wines of the World

Gold: Ballerina – AOP Crémant de Limoux.

Ballerine is a Crémant de Limoux produced according to the method inherited from the monks of the Abbey of Saint Hilaire. A brut rosé from the blend of the best Chardonnay and Pinot Noir from high altitude terroirs, revealing freshness and tension. A 36-month aging on slats worthy of the greatest bruts, allowing a vibrant and creamy finish.

From the BWW 2021 press release: 20,675 wines received more than 3 million votes cast by 190,000 wine professionals and enthusiasts in 115 countries. After the voting period, the 100 wines with the highest number of votes in each category were qualified for the final which took place in December 2020 in Helsinki. During the final, the wines were evaluated and ranked twice during blind tastings by the tastingbook's panel of professional tasters (a jury selected from 11,000 professionals: editors, bloggers, Masters of Wine, sommeliers etc. .)

The six main categories included red wines, white wines, rosé wines, sparkling wines, fortified wines and Champagnes. Within each category, the best wines were rewarded, also taking into account their price level and their country.

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