"Chardonnay du Monde 2015" the award–winning Italian wines are 9
"Chardonnay du Monde 2015" the award–winning Italian wines are 9


"Chardonnay du Monde 2015" the award–winning Italian wines are 9

"Chardonnay du Monde 2015" the award–winning Italian wines are 9

"Chardonnay du Monde" has awarded 4 gold medals and 5 silver medals to Italian wines in the competition.

The 22nd edition of the "Chardonnay du Monde" international competition took place. After four days of work the 300 internationally renowed experts of the jury selected the best Chardonnay, out of the 826 in the competition, from 41 countries.

The Chardonnay du Monde® international competition recognizes the world’s best Chardonnay wines awarding them reliable medals. This contest considers quality as the only form of enhancement of the award–winning wines in a highly competitive market. The awarded Wineries can use this recognition for sales purposes, putting on bottles the sticks of the medals received.

Chardonnay won 9 medals in total: 4 gold and 5 silver medals.



The Italian medals

Medal – Company – Wine

GOLD – BAROLLO – Piave Doc Chardonnay 2013

GOLD – CARUSO & MININI – Sicilia Doc Cusora Chardonnay 2014

GOLD – CAVIT – Trentino Doc Bottega Vinai Chardonnay 2014

GOLD – LURETTA – Colli Piacentini Doc - Selin Dl?Armari Chardonnay 2013

SILVER – AZIENDA MARRAMIERO – Colline Pescaresi Igt Punta di Colle Chardonnay 2012

SILVER – CANTINA NALS-MARGREID – Alto Adige Doc Baron Salvadori Riserva Chardonnay 2012

SILVER – CANTINE PAOLO LEO – Salento Igt Numen Chardonnay 2013

SILVER – CANTINE SETTESOLI – Sicilia Doc Settesoli Chardonnay 2014

SILVER – MASCIARELLI TENUTE AGRICOLE – Colline Teatine Igt Marina Cvetic Chardonnay 2012

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