Slovenian wines again among the best

At the 58th International Wine Competition – Vino Ljubljana, organized by the GR – Ljubljana Exhibition and Convention Centre, over 40 tasters from 14 countries chose the most excellent among 412 samples from 21 countries. Once again, Slovenian wines ranked among the best, and Guido Baldeschi, the representative of OIV (International Organisation of Vine and Wine), remarked, “Each year, Slovenian wines increasingly confirm that they are the protagonists of the entire world wine scenario. I strongly recommend all wine lovers to visit this beautiful country and taste its excellent wines!” This year, the world champions are coming from Macedonia, Slowakei and Slovenia. Sincere congratulations to all of them!

Vino Ljubljana under VINOFED and OIV

Did you know that Vino Ljubljana is one of 12 major competitions in the world under the VINOFED - the World Federation of Major International Wine and Spirits competitions? At the 58. International Wine Competition VINOFED will be presented by Mr Ghislain K. Laflamme, the president. OIV - International Organisation of Vine and Wine from Paris, will be this year represented by Mr Guido Baldeschi, the Head of Unit Oenology and Methods of Analysis. And did you know Vino Ljubljana is organized according to OIV rules? Absolute anonymity of individual samples is guaranteed, and they are evaluated by worldly renowned tasters with technically the most advanced procedures.

Vino Ljubljana in the Midst of June

The 58th International Wine Competition - Vino Ljubljana, the oldest wine competition worldwide, will be held in Ljubljana, the Green European Capital 2016, from 17 to 19 June 2016. 40 tasters from Japan, Italy, Macedonia, Germany, Canada, Montenegro, Austria, Czech Republic, Luxembourg, Argentina, Spain, Sweden, Slovakia, and Slovenia will be evaluating 450 samples from more than 20 countries. Where? On the Castle Hill rising above the old city core. Vino Ljubljana has been organised by the GR – Ljubljana Exhibition Centre since 1955.
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