The Best Wine of the World Competition (BWW) was recently held on the world’s largest wine information service – tastingbook.com.
BWW is the largest wine competition in the world, whether measured by the number of wines, the number of consumers involved or the judges taking part. In total, 20,4675 wines received over 3 million votes from 190,000 wine professionals and wine lovers from 115 countries over a period of three months.
Only 100 of the highest voted wines in six different categories made it to the finals, which took place in December 2020. The six main categories included red wine, white wine, rose wine, sparkling wine, fortified wine and Champagne. Under each category, the best wines were also awarded according to price level and country categories.
In the finals, the wines were evaluated and ranked twice as blind by the Tastingbook.com jury. Judges included wine writers, bloggers, wine dealers, etc.)
The Best Wine of the World was awarded to Château Mouton Rothschild 2018, Bordeaux, France.
Lebanese Ixsir Grande Réserve Rosé 2018 won the Best Rosé Wine in the World.
Among the awards, the winner of the Best White Wine in the world was Australia’s Penfolds Yattarna Bin 144 Chardonnay 2018, whereas the best champagne in the world was Rare Champagne 2008.
Other 250 winners can be found at www.tastingbook.com