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21 August 2017

11 Gold Medals for Ferrari Trento at the Champagne and Sparkling Wine World Championships

The Champagne and Sparkling Wine World Championships have rewarded Ferrari Trento with no less than 11 Gold Medals: this extraordinary result was revealed just a few days ago by Tom Stevenson himself, the creator of these awards and one of the world’s greatest experts on sparkling wines. The full prize list, now also available on the www.champagnesparklingwwc.co.uk website, includes 127 Gold Medals and 67 Silvers – awarded to wines from no less than 29 different countries – and Ferrari Trento is one of the wineries anywhere that has received most accolades.

The Champagne and Sparkling Wine World Championships is a prestigious international competition devoted solely to the sparkling wine sector. Ever since its foundation, in 2014, it has always rated the Trentodocs of Ferrari Trento as being among the finest sparklers in the world, even declaring Ferrari “Sparkling Wine Producer of the Year” in 2015 and rewarding the Ferrari Brut Trentodoc  as “World Champion Classic Blanc de Blancs” and ”Best Italian Sparkling Wine” in  2016.

Looking forward to the Gala which will be held in the historic Vintners Hall in London on 14th September, when the winners of the various categories and the Best in Class wines will be officially announced, Ferrari Trento is already extremely proud of this achievement, in which wines and vintages that represent pretty much the whole of the production of the Trento-based winery have been rewarded. From the great Riserva wines to the Maximum and Perlé lines, here is the list of the Gold Medals assigned to the Trentodocs from Ferrari Trento:

  • Ferrari 2005 Giulio Ferrari Riserva del Fondatore Blanc de Blancs (Magnum)
  • Ferrari NV Maximum Brut Blanc de Blancs
  • Ferrari NV Maximum Brut Blanc de Blancs (Magnum)
  • Ferrari NV Maximum Rosé
  • Ferrari 2006 Perlé Bianco Riserva Blanc de Blancs (Magnum)
  • Ferrari 2010 Perlé Blanc de Blancs
  • Ferrari 2010 Perlé Blanc de Blancs (Magnum)
  • Ferrari 2008 Perlé Nero Riserva Blanc de Noirs (Magnum)
  • Ferrari 2010 Perlé Rosé Riserva (Magnum)
  • Ferrari 2008 Riserva Lunelli Blanc de Blancs
  • Ferrari 2008 Riserva Lunelli Blanc de Blancs (Magnum)

 

Of these, no less than six are also in the running for Best in Class awards:

 

  • Ferrari 2008 Perlé Nero Riserva Blanc de Noirs (Magnum)
  • Ferrari 2008 Riserva Lunelli Blanc de Blancs (Magnum)
  • Ferrari 2010 Perlé Blanc de Blancs (Magnum)
  • Ferrari 2010 Perlé Rosé Riserva (Magnum)
  • Ferrari NV Maximum Brut Blanc de Blancs (Magnum)
  • Ferrari NV Maximum Rosé

 

While we await this year’s awards ceremony, here is the photo gallery from the 2016 edition of the event.