7th edition of the
The World Blind Tasting Championships will be held in the incredible setting of the Château de Chambord, which is celebrating its 500th anniversary this year. Organised by La Revue du vin de France, this competition brings together 28 countries from all over the world. The best tasters will compete for the title and blind taste 12 wines on Saturday 12 October.
Participants from all over the world
For its 7th edition, 28 countries will be participating in The World Blind Tasting Championships organised by La Revue du vin de France. Both the loyal and staple French team, winner in 2014, and Belgium team, crowned in 2013 and 2017, will compete alongside teams from South Africa, Taiwan, Brasil…
Following in the footsteps of Ukraine, Kazakhstan and Romania, Estonia will be taking part for the first time.
Selection events were organised over all five continents by La Revue du vin de France, in order to determin the best tasters to represent their country in the competition.
During this internationally renowned competition, the teams, which include 4 tasters and a coach, will blind taste 12 wines, 6 whites and 6 reds, from all over the world. For every wine, the teammates will have to identify: the main grape variety, the country of production, the vintage and, if possible, the producer.
List of participating countries:
South Africa, England, Belgium, Belarus, Brazil, China, Denmark, Spain, Estonia, Finland, France, Hungary, Italy, Japan, Kazakhstan, Luxembourg, Monaco, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Ukraine, USA, Zimbabwe.
Friday 11 October
Saturday 12 October
The World Blind Tasting Championships
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