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A high-quality contest for 30 countries from Albania to Cyprus: PAR® Wine Award International launches its 6th edition in February 2021
Registration deadline February, 12th, 2021 – Early-Bird Discount is valid until December 18th, 2020
Frasdorf, September 2020 – Whether online*) or in the big tasting room, the sixth PAR® Wine Award International will take place on February 27th – 28th, 2021. The registration has begun. Producers from 30 invited countries from Eastern Europe, the Eastern Mediterranean and the Black Sea area can submit their wines until February 12th, 2021. As usual, it is worth hurrying up to benefit from the 30% off valid until mid of December. This contest provides an insight into some of the most exciting wine countries in the world. The sensory trip takes us to the area that spreads from Poland and Hungary crossing Macedonia and Greece through to Georgia, Armenia and Israel. Traditionally, top wines of the competition are presented during the guided tasting at ProWein in Düsseldorf which is considered with reservations for 2021.
The PAR® Wine Award International 2021 is open to the following countries: Poland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Belarus, Ukraine, Moldova, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Slovenia, Croatia, Bulgaria, Romania, Serbia, Kosovo, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Albania, Greece, Cyprus, Turkey, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Armenia, Syria, Lebanon, Israel and Jordan. While the participants mainly use the high-quality contest for marketing and, thanks to revealing PAR® analysis, quality management purposes, the gain of knowledge is paramount to the global audience. The principal objective of the 2016 established contest is to promote the products of wine nations invited.
Employing PAR® tasting method, each wine obtains a specific quality evaluation that covers its origin and style embracing original Orange Wine, modern international techniques, local specialities and traditional bottle fermentation. The intended limitation of invited countries additionally provides this individual consideration, and at the same time, the repeatability of the PAR method ensures the possibility of the international comparison.
Learn more details at www.par-wineaward.com.
*)Should the Corona pandemic situation at the beginning of 2021 so require; the PAR® Wine Award International will take place within meanwhile proven decentralised online format. The submitted wines are classified in the climatic, stylistic and analytic parameters. The wines are anonymised and numbered before unpacked and presented to the jury in the determined order. Highly defined tasting standards and the professionalism of the crew guarantee high reproduction of PAR® results in the virtual tasting space.
Assessment with PAR®: Thanks to the transparency of the internationally recognized sensory testing system PAR, each submitted organic wine receives replicable and objective documentation of its sensory and oenological characteristics respectively its authenticity, origin, and style. The PAR®: training enables the qualified jury consisting of „PAR® Certified Masters“, for the most part, oenologists, sommeliers verified by the CCI and appropriately qualified wine experts, to assess each wine neutrally, excluding personal preferences or preconceived opinions regarding “good taste.” In the context of contemporary oenology, new international styles, likewise the traditionally made wines, experience appreciation and acceptance. Besides marketing benefits brought by this competition, many wine-growers appreciate the revealing analyses underlying the PAR®-assessment. They show which exact criteria have led to matching results and provide a valuable manual for quality management of wines. This method promises an objective evaluation using the PAR® 100 points rating system based on transparent documentation. www.par-system.de
Established 1999, WINE System AG, with its extensive and informative wine database, builds a solid footing for the PAR rating system developed by Martin Darting. Likewise, the company proved itself to be a high-performance partner for winegrowers, retail and expert audience in the fields of wine and sensors. As a joint developer of this innovative and transparent assessment system for the sensorially measurable products like wine, bread, olive oil, cheese and many others, WINE System AG, under the leadership of Martin Darting an Brigitte Wüstinger, organises highly prestigious contests. The portfolio includes events like, for instance, international organic wine award, PAR Wine Award International and International PIWI Wine Award. The database that contains more than 40.000 listed wines became a global information
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