Villebois is trots op deze mooie prijzen onlangs gewonnen op deze beroemde en hoogstaande wijncompetitie:
Villebois Pouilly Fumé 2012: een bronzen medaille
Villebois Sancerre 2012: een zilveren medaille
Villebois Prestige 2012 : een zilveren medaille
Villebois Sauvignon Blanc 2012: een bronzen medaille
Petit Villebois 2012: een bronzen medaille
When the original Club Oenologique was launched in 1969, its founder, the wine chemist Anton Massel, could scarcely have imagined the impact that his initiative would have on today’s wine and spirit industry, nor the far-reaching commercial implications for those who find themselves rewarded for their excellence. He had the idea of creating a competition which was based not just on organoleptic judgement, but where all entries also had to undergo chemical analysis.
In 1978 the name of the venture was changed to the International Wine and Spirit Competition and, within a short space of time, the disciplines of the Competition were redefined. A set of technical controls was implemented in order to ensure that the highest quality standards were achieved and maintained year after year. The original aim of the IWSC was to award excellence to wines and spirits worldwide. This remains the aim today, encouraging consumer and trade recognition for quality products.