IWC - International Wine Challenge Australian Winners 2016

IWC (International Wine Challenge) Australian Winners 2016

One of the most reputed and highly acclaimed wine competition of the world, International Wine Challenge is known for judging wines that meet characteristics of region and vintage. Every wine which wins a medal is tasted on 3 different occassions by a minimum of 10 different judges.

Here is a list of wines from Australia that have won Gold and Trophy awards for 2016

  • First Creek Winemaker’s Reserve Chardonnay, 2013
  • Domaine Naturaliste Sauvage Sauvignon Blanc Semillon, 2014
  • ‘Gallagher’s Choice’ Cabernet Sauvignon, 2013
  • Stefano LubianaEstate Pinot Noir, 2014
  • Lindemans Ben Ean Vineyard, Rare Release, Hunter Valley Shiraz, 2014
  • De Bortoli Black Noble, NV
  • Bird in Hand Montepulciano, 2014
  • Hill River Clare Estate Riesling, 2013
  • Vasse Felix Heytesbury Chardonnay, 2014
  • All Saints Estate ‘Rare’ Muscat, NV
  • Mr. Riggs McLaren Vale Shiraz, 2013
  • McLeish Estate Cellar Reserve Semillon, 2007
  • Sidewood Estate Mappinga Shiraz, 2013
  • Penfolds Bin 14A Chardonnay, 2014
  • Lindemans Coonawarra Limestone Ridge Shiraz Cabernet, 2013
  • Australian Vintage Limited McGuigan The Shortlist Riesling, 2010
  • Morris Cellar One Classic Liqueur Muscat, NV
  • Morris Old Premium Rare Liqueur Topaque, NV
  • Peter Lehmann Margaret Semillon, 2010
  • McWilliam’s 1877 Hilltops Shiraz, 2014
  • Penfolds Bin 389 Cabernet Shiraz, 2013
  • Penfolds RWT Barossa Valley Shiraz, 2013
  • Wolf Blass Gold Label Coonawarra Cabernet Sauvignon, 2014
  • Saltram Single Vineyard Moculta Road Shiraz, 2010
  • Woodstock Old Fortified, NV
  • Brown Brothers Tamar Ridge Riesling, 2014

IWC - International Wine Challenge Australian Winners 2016


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