On September 11th, the official results of the 27th Grand Prix International de la Vigne de Bruxelles in Belgium were released, and Changji Impression Gobi Winery Co., Ltd. won a gold medal for its Impression Gobi Cabernet Sauvignon 2015.
Image from: Internet
It is reported that in the 24th Brussels International Wine Competition in 2017, Impression Gobi won the gold and silver medals for its cellar-grade Cabernet Sauvignon and fine-grained Cabernet Sauvignon respectively. Speaking about winning the gold medal again this year, Fu Qiang, general manager of Changji Impression Gobi Winery, said, "Our wines have won many awards in domestic and international competitions, and the judges rated the flavor and finish of the wines very highly. We sent our products to the competition in April this year, and the award was expected.
As one of the world's top three wine events, the Brussels International Wine Grand Prix in Belgium is known as the Oscar of the wine industry, with its large scale, many samples, wide range of judges and high international influence, and is well received by the governments of the countries and regions where it is held and the industry.
Ltd. was registered in January 2014, and now has a winemaking base of more than 1,000 acres, with strict standards for grape planting, harvesting, brewing and storage, producing wines that are well received by consumers.
In this year's competition, more than 300 international judges from nearly 50 countries and regions judged a total of 8,500 wines in a rigorous competition. Among them, 250 sample wines from at least 80 Chinese companies participated, winning a total of 100 medals, including 6 Grand Gold, 55 Gold and 39 Silver medals.