Quality competition to discover hidden treasures:
WINE System AG gives premiere of PAR Wine Award International
A platform for rarely discovered wine nations with a millennium old tradition
Frasdorf, March 2016 – Bulgaria, Hungary, Georgia, as well as further to the south located countries like Lebanon and Israel, they have it in common: an ancient wine-making culture with traditional cultivation and growing methods, which are maintained until today. Main goal of PAR® Wine Award International is to preserve the precious cultural assets, to provide producers with a platform for experience exchange and new distribution channels and to promote the products on the established wine markets. The new award is convened by WINE System AG, which organizes well-known quality competitions like the international organic wine award and the International PIWI Wine Award, and possesses wide-ranging experience in transnational wine events. The tasting will be carried out under the leadership of sensory expert and PAR developer Martin Darting on 11th and 12th November 2016. Producers from 21 winegrowing nations are invited to take part in this award, application deadline is on 31st of October 2016.
First PAR® Wine Award International applies to the countries: Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania, Moldova, Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Serbia, Kosovo, Montenegro, Bulgaria, Macedonia, Albania, Greece, Cyprus, Turkey, Georgia, Lebanon and Israel.
PAR® tasting method: Thanks to the transparency of the internationally recognized sensory testing system PAR, each submitted wine becomes a comprehensible and objective documentation of its sensory and oenological characteristics, which are always assessed with regard to respective authenticity and style.
The PAR training enables the qualified jury consisting of oenologists, sommeliers and wine experts (certified by the German IHK) to assess each wine neutrally, excluding personal preferences or preconceived opinions regarding “good taste”.
In the context of modern oenology, new international wine styles experience appreciation and acceptance also in PAR assessment.
Besides attracting attention brought by this award, many producers appreciate the revealing analyses underlying the PAR assessment. They show exactly which criteria have led to respective results and provide valuable documentation for the quality management. This system ensures an objective assessment with 100-point-pattern based on comprehensible documentation.
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WINE System AG, based in Frasdorf, under the guidance of CEO Gisela Wüstinger, consults wine growers and retailers since 1999. WINE System AG provides wide range of expert services for creating and improving of internet presence. WINE System AG offers a comprehensive database which is well accepted in the industry. Informative bottlenecktag has been developed by WINE System AG in order to provide better product promotion in the retail. WINE System AG is co-developer of the international PAR-System for wine, bread, cheese, olive oil and organizes tastings during annual PAR organic wine award, PIWI wine award, PAR award South Africa and PAR Greek wine award. www.winesystem.de
Martin Darting is skilled wine grower and sensors tasting expert and initiator of BioFach wine award. Martin is the developer of PAR-System, oenological consultant for quality management, training lecturer and head of tastings during PAR wine awards. www.martin-darting.de.
WINE System AG
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