Those who win in Berlin, win the hearts of the entire world of wine
Since its premiere in 2004, the competition has grown to become Germany's largest and most important international wine tasting. From behind closed doors at the Hotel am Borsigturm at Berlin Tegel, the international jury will taste over 5.000 fine wines and award their points. On the fourth day, the coveted medals will be awarded: Berlin Silver, Berlin Gold, and Berlin Premium Gold.
The last award winning wines
In the most recent Berlin Wine Trophy, only a few wines secured the coveted Berlin Grand Gold. Thousands of different samples from around the world were entered into this year's Berlin Wine Trophy.
Detailed results via a filter function
All results of the Berlin Trophy Wine can be found on our results page. Simply select the desired parameters such as growing region, grape, or medal finish and find your favourite wine.
Medal award according to OIV guidelines
The medals of the Berliner Wein Trophy Awards are world-renowned, which can be trusted when purchasing wine. Through the patronage of the OIV (International Organisation of Vine and Wine), a fair and carefully controlled competition is guaranteed. The result: award-winning wine with nuances that are worth discovering.
Edmund Diesler, as Vice-President of the International Union of Œnologists and thus the official representative of UIOE, took part in 2016 for the first time in an official capacity at the Trophy and was impressed by the professionalism of the organisation and execution of the event.
Due to the restrictive OIV guidelines, only 30% of the products submitted could be awarded with a medal. The high quality of the wines submitted - the average price of the samples is now €13.80 - meant that only the best of the wines that received enough points for a silver medal were awarded with a medal. According to the official criteria, the wines with the following scores received a medal:
- Grand Gold 92,00 - 100
- Gold 85,00 - 91,99
- Silver 82,00 - 84,99
This summer, the samples submitted had to be awarded over 83 points to receive a silver medal. The scores of many of the wines awarded with silver are therefore just below gold.
The restriction of the OIV to 30% promotes quality of thinking and shows the consumer that a Berlin Wine Trophy medal - or any other under the patronage of the OIV award - is a real honour.
Congratulations to all the winners
A renowned organiser and renowned patronage
As the organiser of the Berliner, Asia and Portugal Wine Trophy, the Deutsche Wein Marketing (DWM) guarantees that without exception, the samples submitted will be judged by an independent and international jury of experts according to the guidelines of the OIV.