Decanter World Wine Awards 2022
Our four Noémie wines received top scores at the Decanter World Wine Awards 2022. The white wine Noémie 2018 was awarded an outstanding score of 93 points, Noémie Les Garettes 2019 earned 92 points, Noémie Red 2016 91 points and Noémie Ouverture 2019 88 points.
DECANTER WORLD WINE AWARDS
Decanter World Wine Awards (DWWA) is the world’s largest and most influential wine competition, with unrivaled global reach. Judged by top wine experts from around the globe, DWWA is trusted internationally for its rigorous judging process.
Almost 250 expert judges, including 41 Masters of Wine and 13 Master Sommeliers, evaluated 18,244 wines from 54 countries at DWWA 2022, making it a record year for wines tasted.
FROM 54 COUNTRIES
41 MASTERS OF WINE EN 13 MASTER SOMMELIERS
‘S WORLD’S LARGEST AND MOST INFLUENTIAL WINE COMPETITION
The success of the Decanter World Wine Awards rests on its unique judging process and world-class judging panels. Wines are judged on a regional basis in carefully organized flights by country, region, color, grape, style, vintage and price point. This ensures wines are judged in flights against their peers.
The judges taste wines individually. They know the region, style and price bracket, but they don’t know who produced the wine or the brand name. They then compare notes on the wine and reach a consensus on each wine’s medal.
POINTS & MEDALS
Medal categories correspond to the 100-point scoring system used by Decanter and many top wine critics around the world. Wines are judged on their own individual merits. This means it is entirely possible for several wines to be awarded a Bronze, Silver or Gold medal in one flight. Similarly, another flight may yield fewer medals.