In its 37th year, the International Wine Challenge (IWC) is accepted as the world’s most rigorous, impartial and influential annual wine competition.
The rigorous IWC judging process assesses every wine ‘blind’ and judges each for its faithfulness to style, region and vintage. Each IWC medal-winning wine will be tasted on at least three separate occasions and then tasted by 2 Co-Chairs to verify the panel results. Thus, an IWC medal-winning wine is tasted by a minimum of 8 judges before being awarded.
House of Arras won the Australian Sparkling Trophy for the E.J. Carr Late Disgorged Vintage 2005 with 96 points. The 2008 Vintage Rosé also won a Gold Medal and scoring 95 points.
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