May 10 – 13, 2018:

 Concours Mondial de Bruxelles in Beijing, China

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May 25, 2018 :

 Results announcement online

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The 25th Concours Mondial de Bruxelles

From May 10-13, 2018: Haidian district of Beijin (China)

By travelling to China, Concours Mondial not only offers an opportunity to explore the most dynamic wine market in the world, but also opens its doors to a new cultural arena. This is the first time a wine competition of this magnitude and significance will be held in Asia.

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Testimonials

They talk about the Concours Mondial de Bruxelles

For wine buyers like me a medal is of paramount importance as it facilitates marketing. Entering wines in the Bruxelles competition is an astute strategic decision for a producer as an award-winning product grows retail sales 10 or even 20-fold. Bruxelles is a,quality event and a name to trust.”
Xavier Leclerc, Wine merchant for Auchan, France
I am impressed by the logistics and organisation but what strikes me most is the ability to bring together so many tasters of a similar level of proficiency. This competition is really designed for industry professionals.”
José Peñín, Journalist, Espagne
The competition attracts huge numbers of excellent wine tasters that I see individually on my travels. It is extremely rare to see them all in one place. Basically, all the world’s star tasters are here.
Bernard Burtschy, Journalist, France

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