April 19, 2024
WINZER KREMS - Sandgrube 13: Winner's Award for WINZER KREMS at the IWC in London

96 points and the best Riesling in the world at the International Riesling Trophy!

CREAM. WINZER KREMS – Sandgrube 13 presents at the International Wine
Challenge in London with his Kremser Kreuzberg Riesling Kremstal DAC Reserve2021 can win three trophies at the same time – the Austrian Riesling Trophy, the Austrian White Trophy and, as a highlight, the International Riesling Trophy – the best Riesling in the world was thus awarded 96 points. The IWC expert jury was thrilled.
WINZER KREMS was able to do this with the Kremstal Dac Reserve Grüner Veltliner 2021 and the Ried Kremser Wachtberg Grüner Veltliner Kremstal Dac Reserve 2021 get two more high scores.

WINZER KREMS President Florian Stöger and Managing Director Ing. Ludwig Holzer, MSc are unanimously satisfied: “Inspiring the experts with our wines at this prestigious wine competition shows that we are right with our sustainable path to uncompromising quality in the true sense of the word.We are particularly proud that with 96 points for our Kremser Kreuzberg Riesling Kremstal DAC Reserve 2021, we were once again able to achieve the best award in our company’s history at the IWC after 2021. A wonderful success which particularly motivates the SANDGRUBE 13 team.”

WINZER KREMS – more awards

In addition to the prize for best international Riesling for the Kremser KreuzbergRiesling Kremstal DAC Reserve 2021 WINZER KREMS managed to win two more
top ranking for its wines.
93 points (Points) reached the Cremstal DacBook Grüner Veltliner 2021.
For that too Ried Kremser Wachtberg Grüner Veltliner Kremstal Dac Reserve 2021 there were 92 proud points and unanimous praise.

IWC – The world’s most influential annual wine competition

The International Wine Challenge is an international wine competition held annually in Great Britain since 1984. Now in its 39th year, the IWC is recognized as the most rigorous, impartial and influential wine competition in the world. Led by founder Charles Metcalfe, more than 20,000 international wines from more than 50 producing countries are blind tasted over a two-week period and evaluated against various criteria. The best wines were awarded on July 4, 2023 in the “International Wine Challenge Award Dinner” in the exclusive
“The Hurlingham Club” of London presented and awarded. Managing director Ing. Ludwig Holzer, MSc and export manager Thomas Brunner received the coveted certificates from co-presidents Tim Atkin and Oz Clarke.

About WINZER KREMS – sandpit 13

Founded more than 80 years ago, WINZER KREMS has grown into the largest
quality wine producers in Austria. In the cellar at Sandgrube 13, the mainly hand-picked grapes are vinified by more than 800 member winegrowers with a contractual vineyard area of ​​currently 1,200 hectares. With their work, they create the optimal basis for fruity white, red and rosé wines already in the vineyard. The most popular grape varieties at WINZER KREMS include Grüner Veltliner, Riesling, Gelber Muskateller and Blauer Zweigelt.
40% of the wines are currently marketed in Austria and 60% in over 25 countries around the world. The main export countries are Germany, the Netherlands, the United States and Japan.

WINZER KREMS is aware of its ecological responsibility: “Coherent Austria“ is a quality seal for sustainably produced wines. They are classified according to economic, ecological and
social criteria and strictly controlled. WINZER KREMS has been certified “Sustainable Austria” since the 2022 harvest.

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