Awards and Press cuttings

The Decanter World Wine Awards is the world's most prestigious and trusted wine competition, giving authoritative recommendations to wine lovers worldwide.Its unrivalled reputation means that consumers and trade around the world use the results to discover the world’s best wines – whatever their budget, whatever their preference.

Morgon (Cru Beaujolais) Vieilles Vignes 2011 : Decanter World Wine Awards Commended
Cabernet Sauvignon "La Fontaine des Demoiselles" 2010 : Decanter World Wine Awards Bronze
Côtes du Roussillon Red 12 month's ageing "Silencio" 2010 : Decanter World Wine Awards Commended.
AOC Côtes du Roussillon 2005, 2008-red  : Ddecanter World Wine Awards Bronze
Cheverny White - (Loire Valley) vintage 2010 - Decanter World Wine Awards Bronze
Cheverny Red - (Loire Valley) vintage 2010 - Decanter World Wine Awards Commended

Cheverny (white) 2011 :  1 star - HACHETTE WINE GUIDE


Concours des Grands Vins du Languedoc-Roussillon (Languedoc greate wine contest organised by the French Union of Oenologists)

GOLD:  IGP Pays d'OC "Cuvée Ripa Alta Blanc" 2009  / Camp Galhan
Silver: IGP Duché D'Uzès " Cuvée les Pérassières" 2011
GOLD: IGP Duché D'Uzès "Cuvée Les Grès" 2010
Silver: IGP Duché D'Uzès RIPA ALTA ROUGE 2009



Challenge International du Vin

Each spring, more than 4,700 wines from 38 countries are tasted  in Bourg (Bordeaux – France) by some 800 wine professionals and expert wine-loving consumers. The Challenge International du Vin is the longest running major international wine competition. It is also the largest international wine competition held in France and certified to ISO 9001 (version 2008), a certification which testifies to its established high-quality approach and the application of rigorous technical standards to its organization.

- Gold - BLAYE Côtes de bordeaux  Château les Hérits Cuvée Prestige 2010 
- Gold - Châteauneuf du Pape cuvée Réserve de la Comtesse rouge 2010 / Comte de Lauze
- Silver - Chateauneuf du Pape Blanc 2011
- Bronze - Cotes du Rhone Blanc 2011


Concours des grands vins de France
The city of Mâcon (in Burgundy) carries the world’s biggest wine competition (Concours des Grands Vins de France) with more than 2000 wines tasters from all over the world that judge about 10 000 samples.(11048 sqmples in 2010).  They award the famous gold, silver or bronze «badges». 

GOLD - Cheverny white 2012
GOLD - Cru du Beaujolais - Moulin à Vent 2009- Domaine Bulliat


2011 Châteauneuf-du-Pape Domaine Comte de Lauze White  Scoring: 89
2010 Châteauneuf-du-Pape Domaine Comte de Lauze Red   Scoring: 89
2010 Châteauneuf-du-Pape Réserve de la Comtesse Domaine Comte de Lauze Red   Scoring: 92


The general agricultural competition is organised under the control of the Ministry. It takes place at the Porte de Versailles in Paris - France.

GOLD - Duché D’Uzès   « Amanlie » 2012 - Camp Galhan
Silver - Cheverny white 2012

GOLD - Cru du Beaujolais - Chiroubles 2010 - Domaine Bulliat
GOLD - Gros-Plant du Pays Nantais Sur Lie 2010 - Domaine R de la Grange
Silver - Châteauneuf-du-Pape Blanc 2010 - Comte de Lauze
Silver - Pineau des Charentes white


Vinalies national famous wine competition organised by the French Union of Oenologists. The tasters are all oenologists who are specialised in wine tasting. Its legitimacy is undisputed and this contest is well-known to be reliable in the wine industry.

IGP (vin de pays) Duché d'Uzès  "Amandie Blanc" 2011 - Domaine Camp Galhan : Vinalies d'excellent
Prix d’Excellence des Oenologues de France 2010 : Muscadet  - R de la Grange


Chardonnay du Monde

The Chardonnay du Monde® international competition recognises the world’s best Chardonnay wines by awarding them with reliable and representative medals. This competition is based on a single conviction: distinctive marks of quality are the key to real differentiation and therefore enhancing the value of the awarded wines in this highly competitive market where the array of products becomes more vast each day.  About 900 entries each year, from more than 40 countries... (

IGP Pays d’OC  « Cuvée Ripa Alta Blanc» 2011 - Camp Galhan: Silver Medal


Concours des BURGONDIA

Wine experts from around the world (winemakers, sommeliers, restaurateurs, wine merchants, journalists, importers, oenophiles ...) meets in Burgundy to taste the best wines of Burgundy and Beaujolais.  
(AOC, White, Rosé, Red, Sparkling wine of Bourgogne, & 10 crus of Beaujolais) The wines are tasted blind.
Burgondia d'Or (GOLD) guarantees the quality to future buyers.
Bourgogne Hautes-Côtes de Beaune "Vielles Vignes" 2008 - Domaine Charles : GOLD (Burgondia d’Or)
Bourgogne Hautes-Côtes de Beaune "La Combotte" 2008 - Domaine Charles : GOLD (Burgondia d’Or)


The competition is open to wines from all over the world (red, rosé, white, sparkling) produced using the Gamay grape variety (85% minimum) each wine must conform to the norms prevalent in the country of production. The competition aims to highlight the quality of wines produced using the Gamay grape variety. (

Moulin à Vent 2010 - Domaine Bulliat : GRAND GOLD
Morgon 2010 - Domaine Bulliat : Gold
Fleurie 2010 - Domaine Bulliat : Gold


The Lyon Beaujolais Nouveau Trophy  (Trophée Lyon Beaujolais Nouveau)

The official and only competition focused on Beaujolais and Beaujolais Villages Nouveaux wines.

Beaujolais Villages Nouveau 2012 - Bulliat: GOLD MEDAL 
Beaujolais Nouveau 2012 - Bulliat: GOLD MEDAL


Feminalise Wine Competition 
Wines are only tasted by women (professionals or wine lovers) who know how to appreciate all the styles and local characteristics of the various wine growing regions of France.

IGP Duché D'Uzès Rosé 2012: Bronze
IGP Duché D'Uzès Red 2011: Bronze