IWC introduces Library Collection

14 November, 2008

The International Wine Challenge -

the world's most influential independent wine competition

organised by OLN publisher William Reed Business Media - has announced the results of its first ever Library Collection.

This new competition recognises the best wines from vintages five and 10 years ago available on the high street and from specialist merchants.

The Library Collection focuses on the ageing potential of wine and encourages

consumers to invest in wines that can be cellared.

The results for wines achieving 85 out of 100 or higher are available at the IWC website, internationalwinechallenge.com, and will be published in the 2009 edition of the World's Best Wines, the book dedicated to all the IWC results.




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