THE BERLIN TASTING: BEST CHILEAN BOOK ABOUT WINE HISTORY IN THE GOURMAND AWARDS
The second edition of The Berlin Tasting Book was recently chosen as the National Winner in the category Wine History in The Gourmand Awards. Now the book -which compiles the milestones that marked the 10 years of The Berlin Tasting, plus sharing the story of Eduardo Chadwick, his family, his vineyards and the road he has traveled to open the doors of the world to Chilean wine- will compete in its category against winners from other countries for the Best in the World.
About the Gourmand Awards
The Gourmand World Cookbook Awards were founded in 1995 by Edouard Cointreau. Every year, they honour the best food and wine books, printed or digital, as well as food television.
Books from 205 countries participate in these prestigious awards, the only international competition of the sector. It is free, and open to all languages.
Every year, Gourmand gives the awards in a very special location for gastronomy. The Ceremony is always an opportunity to meet every important person in the world of food and books: hundreds of publishers, authors, chefs and journalists take part in these events.
With the huge network created around the Gourmand Awards, Edouard Cointreau decided to launch the Paris Cookbook Fair in 2010. After three years at Le Centquatre, the fair moved to the Carrousel du Louvre in 2013, and Beijing in 2014. Since then, the World Cookbook Fair takes place at the Frankfurt Book Fair.Download PDF