White castle Vineyard receives 2 Silver awards at this year’s International Wine Challenge, one for its Sparkling white wine vintage 2018 and one for vintage 2019 Pinot Noir précoce reserve.
Robb and Nicola are delighted with these results and are the only Welsh vineyard to have been awarded medals.
A true consistency for their production of Pinot Noir précoce as IWC 2021 saw them not only scoop a Silver award for the said vintage 2018 red wine but they also won a Gold at Decanter world wine awards, a first for Wales and a red wine at that, World Class Welsh wines standing tall a triumph for Wales.
In its 38th year, the International Wine Challenge (IWC) is accepted as the world’s most rigorous, impartial and influential annual wine competition.
There is one annual tasting for the International Wine Challenge (IWC). This takes place in April every year in London.
The rigorous IWC judging process assesses every wine ‘blind’ and judges each for its faithfulness to style, region and vintage. Each IWC medal-winning wine will be tasted on at least three separate occasions by a minimum of 2 panels of judges tasting together, and then tasted by 2 Co-Chairs to verify the panel results.
The IWC judging teams include experts and influencers from the international wine industry, commercial decision makers, buyers and MWs working in unison to find the highest quality wines each year from the 52 wine-producing countries represented in the competition.