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Oiv

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Vinařský fond

20th – 21st June 2014 Znojmo, monastery Loucký klášter

Order of the stickers

There is a posibility to order any stickers "macarons" (Grand Gold, Gold, Silver) all awarded wines for a labeling. You have to fill in this form and send it to us to email svcr@svcr.cz

Order of the macarons (EN)
Graphical view of macarons (38*35 mm)

The price is ca. 0,073 € (without VAT)/per piece. There is a discount by order:
over 2000 pieces - 5%
over 5000 pieces - 10%
over 10000 pieces - 15 %

Delivery by post or by personal takeover in Velké Bílovice

Payment by bank transfer (invoice) or cash.

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Wines from the Czech Republic world-beaters at the Oenoforum 2014 competition under high auspices of OIV

The eighth year of the international wine event Oenoforum 2014, held by the Czech Grape and Wine Producers Association under the auspices of the International Organisation of Vine and Wine (OIV), came to a close on Saturday 21 June 2014. Several dozen wine experts from around the world and a number of other guests were to be found at Loucký Monastery in Znojmo over the course of three days. A late harvest Sauvignon 2013 from Pavel Binder from Rakvice and a Ruland Blue 2009 blend of grapes overcame stiff competition from another 402 wines from all over the world entered into the competition.

An international wine conference was held first on Thursday 19 June under the auspices of Minister of Agriculture Ing. Marian Jurečka, President of the South Moravian Region JUDr. Michal Hašek and Mayor of Znojmo Ing. Vlastimil Gabrhel, followed on 20–21 June by the competition of world wines Oenoforum 2014 – The Czech International Wine Competition with a Special Sauvignon Award sponsored by the OIV (the International Organisation of Vine and Wine based in Paris).
The conference section of the event, entitled “Great Terroir Wines – practical notes”, featured the participation of four foreign experts. Oenologist Aurore Jeudy from France, panel chairman from the International Wine Challenge Brett A. Crittenden from Australia, and two Austrians – Robert Steidl, teacher of winemaking technology, wine and culture from Klosterneuburg, and Josef Pleil, President Emeritus of the Austrian Winegrowers’ Association. The last of these gave a lecture focusing on his experience of deception in the wine trade in Austria. “The important thing both in Austria and in this country is the quality and future of the wine trade. We have had to take a large number of systematic measures that have frequently been harsh and unpopular, though essential in sustaining the market,” noted Pleil. Ninety-six visitors took part in the conference.
The two days of competition brought forty-two tasters from eleven countries around the world together. The representative of Znovín from Znojmo had the shortest journey to the competition venue, while a taster from Australia had the longest. Four-hundred-and-four wines from fourteen winemaking countries were entered into the competition and more than thirty-three varieties were presented. The varieties Sauvignon Blanc and Cabernet Sauvignon, which were entered in a category of their own, again made up a large proportion of the wines entered into the competition this year.
The winner of the largest category – A1/1, dry white wines 2012 to 2014 – was, to the surprise of many of those present, the young wine producer Fabig from Hustopeče with its Sauvignon, Moravian wine 2013, batch no. 3-13.
The enormous success enjoyed by Moravian and Bohemian wines was underlined by another two wine producers from the Czech Republic that won the highest awards. The family winegrower Pavel Binder from Rakvice tasted victory in the category Champion White Wine, again with a Sauvignon, late harvest 2013, batch no. L20/13, while Vladimír Tetur carried off the spoils in the category Champion Red Wine with a Ruland Blue, 2009 blend of grapes, batch no. 956 (a complete list of the winners of the individual categories comprises a separate supplement to this press report; other results may be published up to a week after the competition has ended in accordance with OIV rules). “This is great news. Wine producers from this country have again enjoyed success here following the domination of last year’s competition by wines from abroad. This gives me great pleasure and I would be delighted if consumers sought out wines of this kind. We have again demonstrated that we are worthy of comparison with other wine producing countries”, said Tibor Nyitray, President of the Czech Grape and Wine Producers Association.
The competition was held and organised by the Czech Grape and Wine Producers Association and was supported by the Wine Fund of the Czech Republic and the National Wine Centre. Znovín Znojmo, VOC Znojmo and Vinice Hnanice acted as competition partners.

Media contact:
Martin Půček, +420 606 743 231 or martin.pucek@svcr.cz
Jana Kotlaříková, +420 774 778 815 or marketing@svcr.cz

Summary of the winners
Results by the cathegory (willbe published on Juni 28th)
Results by the applicants 
(willbe published on Juni 28th)

Based on OIV rules there are only medals wine in the index. In the next week all applicants can find full results of their wines in the email.
 

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Dear winemakers and wine merchants,

as the last year, the Czech Republic is organizing a world wine competition under high auspices of OIV, The International Organization of Vine and Wine, Paris. The competition organizer, Czech Grape and Wine Producers Association invites the participation of all wine producers and resellers of the ALL WINE VARIETIES from all over the world.

The 8th year of the international wine competition, „Oenoforum 2014, Czech International Wine Competition with
Special Sauvignon Award
" is in this way in line with the leading world competitions of 2014, and is linked to the previous ones from 1998, 2000, 2004, 2008, 2011, 2012 and 2013 and has been set up with the purpose of elevating appreciation of the world wide grapevine varieties - Sauvignon Blanc and Cabernet Sauvignon and extended in 2012 to the varieties of Pinot Blanc, Pinot Gris, Pinot Noir and Chardonnay and 2013 to all grape varieties.

The goal of the competition is to elevate the significance of the all world wine varieties and especially underline to Sauvignon Blanc and Cabernet Sauvignon wines, by the Sauvignon Trophy of the Oenoforum 2014

The „Oenoforum 2014, Czech International Wine Competition with Special Sauvignon Award“ brings a unique opportunity to compare wines from different European and world regions, which differ in their climate and soil type and in addition to that produced by various, frequently completely diverse technologies. The competition jury will be composed of the world's leading wine tasters representing OIV, UIOE (Union Internationale des Œnologues) and the best wine tasters of the Czech Republic and Slovakia.

Czech Grape and Wine Producers Association is organizing and managing the competition by support of the Wine Fund of the Czech Republic, The National Wine Centre of the Czech Republic.

The competition is organized in full adherence with the international standards of wine competitions, as issued by OIV resolution # 332A/2009 (OIV standard for international wine and spirituous beverages of vitivinicultural origin competitions).

Registration and completing the application on www.elwis.cz/en

Statute for download here

Important dates:

Deadline for submitting applications:19th May 2014
Deadline for accepting samples:9th June 2014
The competition takes place:from 20th June to 21st June 2014
Gala evening:21th June 2014
Official results published:28th June 2014

People of the Oenoforum 2014:

Dr. Tibor Nyitray – Competition president

Mr. Martin Půček – Competition director
martin.pucek@svcr.cz, +420 606 743 231

Dr. Luboš Bárta – Competition Ambassador

Dr. Martin Chlad – Marketing and sales promotion manager
martin.chlad@svcr.cz, +420 774 778 817
 

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Results of the Sauvignon forum & Czech International Wine Competition 2013
Results by the category
Results by the applicant

To all applicants will be send all results of all entered wines into registered email in application form.

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Order of the stickers
There is a posibility to order any stickers (Grand Gold, Gold, Silver) all awarded wines for a labeling. You have to fill in this form and send it to us to email svcr@svcr.cz

Order of the stickers (EN)
Graphical view of stickers (38*35 mm)

The price is 0,08 € (without VAT)/per piece. There is a discount by order:
over 2000 pieces - 5%
over 5000 pieces - 10%
over 10000 pieces - 15 %

Delivery by post or by personal takeover in Velké Bílovice

Payment by bank transfer (invoice) or cash.

 

Partneři:
 BS Vinařské potřebyTWP GLASS    Národní vinařské centrum  

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