Chant d'Éole among the best wines at the London Wine Competition
The Chant d'Éole wine estate in Quévy-le-Grand, Wallonia, continues to win awards. This now includes the renowned London Wine Competition.
Great joy at the 9-hectare Domaine Chant d'Éole in Quévy-le-Grand, a charming village in the area of Mons. The passion and energy that the whole team puts into the production of its quality sparkling wines day after day has once again paid off. The estate has snapped up international recognition for the fourth time. This year, its Blanc des Blancs was proclaimed the best sparkling wine in the world at the renowned international London Wine Competition. It took home the gold medal, with 95 points out of 100. This was despite some very tough competition. Chant d'Éole outperformed no less than 1,000 bottles from 41 countries.
As such, the line of trophies is only getting longer. At the Meilleur Chardonnay du Monde in France and the Frankfurt International Trophy in Germany, Chant d'Éole won gold and at the Concours Mondial de Bruxelles in Switzerland, the Belgian bubbles stood out against no less than 900 champagnes and sparkling wines. This quadruple recognition at four major international wine competitions is an unprecedented achievement.
For those who are not yet convinced, a corporate visit to Chant d'Éole is recommended. You can discover the vineyard and its infrastructure: the presses, the ripening room and the tasting room, where you can enjoy the Brut Blanc des Blancs.