The Royal Melbourne Wine Show (RMWS) is regarded as the pre-eminent celebration of excellence in Australian winemaking. It has grown to become one of Australia’s most respected wine shows with a focus on celebrating quality and offering taste and trial.
Since 1884, the annual RMWS has provided industry with opportunities for benchmarking and promotion and remains at the forefront of industry trends and wine style evolution, in an export industry worth an estimated $3 billion annually.
Many of Australia’s premier vineyards share a long history with the RMWS, as some of today’s exhibitors first exhibited in the 1890s.
Congratulations to the 2012 Royal Melbourne Wine Show Trophy Winners. One Wine Claims the Trifecta.
Best’s Great Western Bin 1 Shiraz 2011: Best’s Great Western VIC claims three Major Trophies:
The Jimmy Watson Memorial Trophy for Best Red Wine of the 2010 & 2011 Vintages
The Victorian Trophy for Best Victorian Table Wine Presented by the Victorian Government and
The Trevor Mast Trophy for Best Shiraz in Show
A wine has been disqualified. Read the Press Release for full details.
All Trophy Winners and full Results can be found in the Results menu.
Watch interviews with the international judges Jamie Goode and James Suckling and gain a peek into the 2012 judging process.