Now in its 17th year, the 2020 competition has seen a rise in successes from lesser-known wine-producing regions such as the South & Eastern Mediterranean and the Balkans, which showcased their impressive quality and value for money. Classic regions in France, Italy, Spain, the USA, and Australia once again performed well.
During the judging month, 116 expert wine judges including 37 Masters of Wine and nine Master Sommeliers, tasted and debated the merits of 16,518 wines from 56 countries.
Here we find the best result in Campo de Borja, Borsao Selección 2019 with the new label this year receives a silver medal, 90 points in Decanter World Wine Awards 2020.
Andrew Jefford, Co-Chair says: “The Decanter World Wine Awards really helps producers to raise their profile internationally”.
Co-Chair Sarah Jane Evans MW comments:
“After months of lockdown and uncertainty, everyone has been delighted to be back again,
working together, sharing ideas and thoughts, and above all, focused on picking out the great wines from this year.