A new record: Fattoria La Vialla has been named the best organic wine producer (international) for the fifth time; the Schwarztrauber winery named best organic wine producer (national) for the fourth time
For the tenth time, the Grand International Wine Award MUNDUS VINI and BIOFACH, the world’s leading trade fair for organic food, issued invitations to the Grand International Organic Wine Award MUNDUS VINI BIOFACH, with the winery Schwarztrauber from Neustadt in the Palatinate and Fattoria La Vialla in Tuscany taking the top spots. As such, Schwarztrauber submitted the best collection (national) for the fourth time. Fattoria La Vialla was honoured by the international jury as the best organic producer, with the best collection (international), for the fifth time. Therefore, both wineries have achieved a record result.
A total of 652 certified organic wines were tasted in Neustadt an der Weinstrasse, with the best ones awarded Silver or Gold medals and even the highly coveted Grand Gold medal. Overall, the 49 members of the international expert jury presented three highly coveted Grand Gold medals, 136 Gold medals and 138 Silver medals.
Director of Tasting Christian Wolf: ‘Over the past ten years, MUNDUS VINI BIOFACH has established itself as the gold standard for rating certified organic wines. This year, we were once again impressed by the improved quality and variety in the selection of organic wines. Alongside organic wines from traditional origins and classic grape varieties, an especially positive development is being witnessed in terms of grape varieties cultivated especially for organic viticulture, which can better meet the plant protection challenges of organic cultivation.’