93 points on Decanter World Wine Awards

More than 200 of the world’s top wine experts have flown into London to begin judging the 2017 Decanter World Wine Awards, the world’s largest wine competition.
Our Silver medal winner Bio Kéknyelű wine has received 93 points out of 100.
It is a great pleasure for us to increase the appreciation of organic wines internationally! Recognition is primarily about the two winemakers, but every success is a good team work.

17,200 wines were judged by 219 international experts, including 65 Masters of Wine and 20 Master Sommeliers. The number of entries is a new record and up 8% on 2016.
The Decanter World Wine Awards 2017 competition has also seen some major changes. Gerard Basset OBE MW MS, Michael Hill Smith MW and Sarah Jane Evans MW have taken on the joint chairmanship of the DWWA, whilst co-founder Steven Spurrier becomes chairman emeritus.
Other new chairs include Huon Hooke for Australia; Fiona McDonald, South Africa; Markus Del Monego MW, Germany; Matt Walls, Rhone; Andy Howard MW, Southern Italy; Justin Howard-Sneyd MW, Languedoc-Roussillon; Michael Garner, Regional Italy; Ferran Centelles, Spain and Beth Willard, Central and Eastern Europe
The DWWA judging is also being held in a new venue, Excel CentrEd, which offers ideal tasting conditions of natural light and air controlled temperature.
Over five days, the 219 judgeswork in small teams according to their regional or stylistic speciality in order to pick out the best wines for consumers.

Széchenyi 2020