The most important international competition dedicated exclusively to sparkling wines, The Champagne and Sparkling Wine World Championships founded by Tom Stevenson, for the first time awarded more medal to Italy than France and the star of the show is Ferrari Trento. The Trentino Winery has received as many as 15 Gold Medals for its Trentodoc, including Ferrari Brut and Ferrari Maximum, excelling on the Maison de Champagne Louis Roederer for the nomination to the most prestigious trophy, the title of ‘Producer of the Year’.
Ever since the first edition, Ferrari’s Trentodoc wines have been rated among the finest sparklers in the world. In fact, on top of being already selected as ‘Sparkling Wine Producer of the Year’ in 2015 and 2017, Ferrari won the title of ‘World Champion Sparkling Wine Outside Champagne’ with its 2007 Ferrari Perlé in 2014 and, in 2016, that of ‘Blanc de Blancs World Champion’ with its Ferrari Brut. These results demonstrate the quality of the entire range of Trento DOC wines from Ferrari, as well as bestowing even greater worldwide prestige on the Trentino winery, which confirms its place among the finest producers of sparkling wines.
“We are extremely proud of this title,” comments Matteo Lunelli, President of Ferrari Trento, “as it proves yet again that Trentino, thanks to its mountain viticulture, is a region with a unique and extraordinary vocation for producing outstanding sparkling wines. Not surprisingly, Trentodoc is the appellation with the most medals in this competition. I dedicate – also on behalf of all my family – this success to all the women and men at Ferrari Trento who, day in and day out, have been realizing for over a century the dream of Giulio Ferrari and have always been aiming at the most ambitious goals possible.”