Le Mondial des Vins Blancs Strasbourg, the only global competition dedicated to the diversity of white wines, has extended registrations to March 23.
This year, the competition, which is happening on April 15-16 at the Congress Centre Strasbourg in France, is celebrating its silver anniversary.
For this special occasion, it is preparing a masterclass program featuring international experts, including Serge Dubs, 1989 Best Sommelier in the World and the event’s official godfather this year, who will lead a masterclass on Grand Cru Rangen de Thann (Alsace).
Registrations for the masterclasses will open on March 15 via its website.
Aside from awarding the coveted Le Grand Prix du Jury, Le Trophée VINOFED and the best dry white wines in 12 categories, the 2023 edition will also be recognizing three white wine favorites: one among the first entries, one among the indigenous grape varieties, and one among orange wine entries.
Le Mondial des Vins Blancs Strasbourg is organized under the patronage of the International Organisation of Vine and Wine (OIV). It is also a member of the World Federation of Major International Wine and Spirits (VinoFed).