Australian Pinot Noir Challenge
Mornington Peninsula Vignerons Association (MPVA) is excited to announce the second annual Australian Pinot Noir Challenge (APNC) will be held in August 2018.
The second annual Australian Pinot Noir Challenge (APNC) will be open to all Australian Pinot Noir producers and judging will be held in August 2018 on the Mornington Peninsula. The APNC will take place on 13-14 August 2018 (tbc), with Philip Rich as Chairman with judges to be announced shortly.
The APNC will showcase the depth and breadth of Australian Pinot Noir regions, sites and styles - and recognise the country’s best examples. Judged according to ASVO standards the judging panel will score on a 100-point scale, with the highest pointed wine from each region (of gold medal standard, 95 points or higher) eligible for the overall champion 2018 Australian Pinot Noir Challenge Trophy, which will be announced on Saturday 18 August 2018.
2017 Results here