Chilean Icon Wines Top French and Italian Icons
Viña Errázuriz wines took rst, second and third place in the recent Hungarian version of The Berlin Tasting, recently held at the Kempinski Hotel in Budapest. Read More >
In a new demonstration of the quality of Chilean wines, Viña Errázuriz’s icon wines took four of the ve top spots over French Grand Cru and Italian Super Tuscan wines in a new version of the traditional “The Berlin Tasting”. The wines were chosen by an important group of Hungarian wine specialist, journalists, buyers and consumers over the nest French, Italian and Californian wines.
This blind tasting rea rmed the world-class natures of Chilean wine with respect to French Bordeaux icons, such as Château Margaux and Mouton, or Italian wines from Tuscany such as Tignanelo and Sassicaia.
In commenting on the results, Rodrigo Plass, European Regional Director of Viña Errázuriz, a rmed that they had once again met the objective of showing “the high quality of our icon wines, which are on a par with the best wines in the world. This result is a testimony to our passion for producing the best wines and the recognition is well-deserved.”
The now-traditional The Berlin Tasting began in 2004 and revolutionized the wine world when the Chilean icons Viñedo Chadwick 2000 and Seña 2001 took the top two positions over the French wines Château Margaux, La te, and Latour, as well as the Italian Sassicaia and Tignanello.
Rodrigo Plass, György Weisz, Nicolás del Solar, Rodrigo Nieto, József Kosárka, Tamás Sztano, Péter Új, Zoltán Kertai, Béla Latyák, Marietta Mercsényi, Zoltán Walner, György Molnár, Károly Gerendai, Csaba Harmat, Zsolt Véber, Radosevics Radovan, Mónika Debreceni, György Lőrinc, István Pálcai, György Krix, László Jáni, Attila Molnár, Ágnes Davidovic, Zsuzsa Toronyi, Balázs Nagy Sebestyén, Gábor Tóth, Ágnes Németh, Norbert Izsáki, József Kling, Henrik Havas, István Pálffy, Albert Horvát, Árpád Bognár, Zoltán Martonyi, Péter Tordai, Gábor Máté, László Romsics, Zoltán Benkő, Béla Juhász, Smgth Robert, Mihály Fabók, Gyula Hermán, László Alkonyi, Gabriella Mészáros, Tamás Frei