Dveri-Pax's success at the Decanter World Wine Award 2018 London
The year is around and again, at the biggest wine selection in the world, Decanter in London, the Styrian wine cellar Dveri-Pax from Jarenina, won the highest recognitions. This year, the "glass of awards" is even fuller than in the previous years, as the wines of this cellar won eight silver and five bronze medals.
This year, the Dveri-Pax wine cellar team also delighted with its high-performance awards at the prestigious Decanter wine tasting selection. Among 17,200 samples, 13 of their wines received awards, namely eight silver and five bronze medals.
275 experts from all over the world took part in the samples evaluation that lasted one week, including 59 with the title Master of Wine and 25 Masters of Sommeliers.
The following wines won the silver medal: Welchriesling 2017, Pinot Noir 2012, Sauvignon 2017, Furmint straw wine 2016, Blaufränkisch straw wine 2015, Traminer 2017, Furmint 2016 and Riesling 2016.
The following wines received the bronze medal: Pinot gris 2017, Yellow Muscat 2017 and Sauvignon 2016. This year, for the first time, two bronze prizes were awarded to the DP Brut 2012 and DP Brut Furmint 2015.
"This year, the number 13 is an exceptionally lucky number for us because we impressed the Decanter’s jury with thirteen wines. We are especially pleased and proud that along with our white and red wines we also have two sparkling wines at the very top. The awards from the Decanter wine selection in London are not only the evidence of the excellent work of our team, resulting in top quality wines, but also a ticket to the lovers of quality wines all over the world. The responses are excellent and that is what counts," said the director of the wine cellar Dveri-Pax, Danilo Flakus, and concluded with his favourite ... "Cheers!"
The Decanter World Wine Awards (DWWA) is the world’s largest and most influential wine competition, judged by the world’s wine experts.