Decanter rewards the wine of Cantina Toblino, among then Vino Santo 2004 with the Platinum Medal (97 pts).
Now in its 17th year, the Decanter World Wine Awards (DWWA) is the world’s largest and most influential wine competition. Judged by the top wine experts from around the globe, the DWWA is trusted internationally for its rigorous judging process.
DWWA has 118 judges from around the world, including 37 Masters of Wine and 9 Master Sommeliers, and many of them are the foremost experts in their field. In this edition, they tasted and discussed the merits of 16.518 wines of 56 countries.
Judging is organised into categories, initially based on region. 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.
Medal categories correspond to the 100-point scoring system used by Decanter and many top wine critics around the world.
Great success for Cantina Toblino, that has seen rewarded 8 of its wines with different medals, but Vino Santo 2004 was awarded with the most prestigious and coveted one: the Platinum Medals (97 pts).
With this result, Vino Santo 2004 is rated among the best 150 Italian wines.
A great result that enhances Valle dei Laghi, its history and traditions, Nosiola, our work and that of our partners: source of pride for all.
In addition to this award, Cantina Toblino has seen rewarded other 7 wines:
These awards confirm the ongoing commitment in the quality research and in the valorization of the territory of Valle dei Laghi.