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Results

VinAgora results

 

Results in 2017
 

Medal winners in 2017:

 

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Allocation of prizes

 

The following medals are awarded at the VinAgora International Wine Competition:
Great Gold Medal
Gold Medal
Silver Medal

 

The number of medals handed out may not exceed 30% of the number of samples per main category. Should it be more, however, the Presidency of the Wine Competition will raise the score limits to avoid crossing the 30% mark. (For fraction numbers the relevant score will be determined according to the principles of rounding.)

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"Champion Prize" 

The best wine in each main category (with at least 10 samples) is awarded the CHAMPION title by the Judges of the Wine Competition via voting from 5-5 wines that have reached the highest points and at least Gold Medal in their category.

Champion winners 2017 Results will be announced July 7 at the VinAgora Wine Gala!

Category 1: Still semi-dry white wines: 
Hilltop Neszmény – Kamocsay Ákos Hilltop Prémium Pinot Gris 2015 (Neszmély)

 

Category 2: Still rosé wines: 
Kősziklás Borászat –Pinot noir Rosé 2016 (Neszmély)

 

Category 3: Still red wines: 
Ikon Borászat – Tulipán 2011 (Balatonboglár)

 

Category 4: Semi-sparkling wines: 
There is no Champion award-winning wine at this category.

 

Category 5: Sparkling wines: 
Törley Pezsgőpincészet – Chardonnay Brut 2013 (Etyek-Buda)

 

Category 6: Natural wine specialties: 
Csali Szőlőbirtok – Krokodilbor Olaszrizling Jégbor 2013 (Balaton-felvidék)

 

Category 7: Botrytised wines: 
Chateau Cloche – Tokaji Aszú 2013 (Tokaj)

Category 8: Fortified wines: 
Gonzalez Byass – Noé 30 years (Jerez, Spain)

 

"Best of Country" (from 2010)
If at least 15 samples are entered from a foreign country, then the gold-medal-winning wine with the highest score will receive this special award.


Best of Country winners 2017

  • Brasil: Vinícola Campestre Ltda Zanotto Espumante Naturel Brut

  • Romania:  Sc Cotnari Sa Grasa De Cotnari 1985

 

"Best Hungarian Varietal Wine of VinAgora" (from 2010)

If at least 15 samples of a given varietal are entered, then among the gold-medal-winning wines of the given varietal, the sample with the highest score receives the "Best Hungarian Varietal Wine of VinAgora" title, which is also specified on its certificate.

Best Hungarian Varietal Wine of VinAgora winners 2017

  • Cabernet franc: Takler Borbirtok Takler Szekszárdi Cabernet Franc Reserve 2009

  • Cabernet sauvignon: Liszkay Mihály Liszkay Cabernet Sauvignon 2012

  • Chardonnay (draw): Kristinus Borbirtok Chardonnay 2016 and Hilltop Neszmély Zrt. Kamocsay Ákos Hilltop Chardonnay Superior 2013

  • Furmint: Dobogó Pincészet Dobogó Tokaji Furmint 2015

  • Blaufränkisch: Mikóczi Pincészet Szekszárdi Kékfrankos Rosé 2016

  • Welschriesling: Varga Pincészet Kft. Aranymetszés Olaszrizling 2015

 

Csonka és Fiai Kft. award - The „Most Successful Family Winery”

Results will be announced July 7 at the VinAgora Wine Gala!

 

„VINOFED Special Prize” - A gold medal winner wine that has the smallest standard deviation in scores

Results will be announced July 7 at the VinAgora Wine Gala!

 

VinCE Magazine award - The „Newcomer of VinAgora”

Results will be announced July 7 at the VinAgora Wine Gala!

 

Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles award - The „Most Successful Young Winemaker”

Results will be announced July 7 at the VinAgora Wine Gala!

 


 

Results in 2016

 

Medal winners in 2016:

 

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Results in 2015

Champion Prize winners:

  1. category: Still white wines: Weingut Anselmann – Anselmann Cabernet blanc trocken 2014 (Pfalz)

  2. category: Still rosé wines: Gál Szőlőbirtok és Pincészet – Kékfrankos Rosé 2014

  3. category: Still red wines: Feind Borház – Cabernet franc Prémium 2012

  4. category: Semi-sparkling wines: not enough entries

  5. category: Sparkling wines: Bohemia Sekt – Prestige Brut 2013

  6. category: Natural wine specialties: Papp és Fiai Pincészet – Balaton-Felvidéki Szürkebarát-Chardonnay Jégbor 2013

  7. category: Botrytised wines: Bodnár Pincészet – Tokaji Aszúessencia „Vágy” 2003

  8. category: Fortified wines: Gonzalez Byass – Noé (Jerez)

"Best of Country":

  • Romania: Balla Géza - Feketeleányka&Cabernet Franc 2012

  • Australia: Gatt Wines - Gatt Shiraz 2013

  • Brazil: Vinícola Campestre LTDA - Zanotto Espumante Brut

  • Czech Republic: Znovin Znojmo - Znovin Tramin Cerveny 2010

Best Varietal Wine:

  • Merlot: ax wine(e)motion - Merlot 2011

  • Furmint: Bardon Borászat - Meszes Furmint 2013

  • Cabernet franc: Feind Borház - Cabernet Franc Prémium 2012

  • Kékfrankos: Gál Szőlőbirtok és Pincészet Gál Kékfrankos Rosé 2014

  • Chardonnay: Hilltop Neszmély Borászat - Kamocsay Chardonnay Superior 2013

  • Cabernet sauvignon: Takler Borbirtok - Cabernet sauvignon reserve 2009

  • Olasz rizling: Varga Pincészet Kft. - Aranymetszés Olaszrizling 2014

Csonka és Fiai Kft. award - The „Most Successful Family Winery”

Takler Borbirtok

 

„VINOFED Special Prize” - A gold medal winner wine that has the smallest standard deviation in scores

Hilltop Neszmély Borászat - Kamocsay Premium Olasz rizling 2013

 

VinCE Magazine award - The „Newcomer of VinAgora”

Kősziklás Borászat

 

Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles award - The „Most Successful Young Winemaker”

Mészáros Péter from Mészáros Borház

 

  Medal winners:

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Results of previous years:

 

2014

List of results by medals in alphabetic order (PDF)

List of results by applicants (PDF)

List of results with complex evaluation sheets - iWINES

 


2013

List of results by medals in alphabetic order (PDF)
List of results with complex evaluation sheets - iWINES
List of results by applicants (PDF)


2012

List of results by medals in alphabetic order (PDF)
List of results with complex evaluation sheets - iWINES
List of results by applicants (PDF)


2011

List of results by medals in alphabetic order (PDF)
List of results with complex evaluation sheets - iWINES
List of results by applicants (PDF)


2010

List of results by medals in alphabetic order (PDF)
List of results (PDF)
List of results by applicants (PDF)


2009

List of results by medals in alphabetic order (PDF)
List of results (PDF)
List of results by applicants (PDF)


2008

List of results by medals in alphabetic order (PDF)
List of results (PDF)
List of results by applicants (PDF)

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