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You should see Cabernet Sauvignon in a crown

In a wine market crowded with so many expressions of the world’s top grape variety, the Global Cabernet Sauvignon Masters will help your wine stand out: enter the competition by 29 March for the chance to win a medal.

If Cabernet Sauvignon were a person, it would be a charismatic leader: there is a reason why it is nicknamed the King of Grapes!

Grown over 341,000 hectares, Cabernet Sauvignon is widely recognised among consumers. One could argue that such a king doesn’t need extra marketing – its name speaks for itself. But the unmissable grape variety is planted in nearly every wine producing country, and is expressed in vast array of styles, from classic Bordeaux to bold Napa Cabs, between varietals and blend: how can you help your Cabernet stand out among the (almost) endless possibilities offered on the market?

Returning for its twelfth edition in 2024, the Global Cabernet Sauvignon Masters competition aims at finding the top expressions of this key grape variety across the world.

Last year’s contest uncovered a myriad of fine Cabernet, with remarkable and varied styles made in the US, Australia, and Chile, often in blends.

Our expert judges will gather once again in April to identify the very best of the King of Grapes. The Global Cabernet Sauvignon Masters is open to any Cabernet Sauvignon varietals or blends with at least 50% of Cabernet Sauvignon. Entries are open for another two months and results will be published in the May issue of the drinks business magazine and online.

Crowns are overrated – get your Cab Sav a medal and enter the competition here before 29 March.

Entries cost £159 ex VAT
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