Last chance to enter the Top 100 IGP

24 February, 2011

It’s the last chance to enter the Top 100 IGP competition – formerly known as the Top 100 Vin de Pays.

It’s the last chance to enter the annual Top 100 IGP competition – formerly known as the Top 100 Vin de Pays.

The competition name changed in 2010 to reflect new EU labelling regulations which ushered in the Indication Géographique Protégée designation.

The competition is seen as a benchmark for quality in the French wine category with the winners selected by a panel of industry experts, chaired by Tim Atkin MW.

The 100 wines that make the grade will be available to taste on the dedicated Top 100 IGP stand at the London International Wine Fair in May, after being chosen at a blind tasting in March.

Trophy winners will be announced at the fair.

The winning wines will be supported by an ongoing PR and marketing campaign, with national press activity and independent retailer initiatives.

Entries close tomorrow, February 25. To enter contact top100igp@relish-pr.co.uk.




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