Awards & Press

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Other Awards:

  • Concours Mondial Sauvignon 2013
  • GOLD – Levin Sauvignon Blanc 2012
  • GOLD – MISTER L. Sauvignon Blanc 2011
  • GOLD Medal – Sommelier Wine Awards 2010, MISTER L
  • Gilbert & Gaillard – GOLD Listing 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 Levin Sauvignon, Madame L & Mr L
  • SILVER Medal – Mondial de Sauvignon 2011
  • Concours des Vins du Val de Loire, GOLD medal 2009 – SILVER 2008 & 2010
  • Sommelier Wine Awards  Levin Sauvignon Blanc & Levin Gamay
  • Decanter Wine Awards Bronze Medal for the 2007 Levin Sauvignon Blanc
  • GOLD Medals, Concours des Vins des Vignerons Independant,  Levin Sauvignon Blanc &  Levin Rose

swa-2016-gold MISTER L Sauvignon Blanc 2012

Competition category:
France Loire Sauvignon Menetou/Pouilly

Judges’ Tasting notes:
Barrel fermentation gives depth and creaminess to this Gold Lister.Gustavo Medina of Tate Britain found this ‘complex with great concentration’, finding ‘gooseberry blossom notes on the nose, lime and lemon freshness with a touch of tropical fruit and a rich midpalate’. ‘Rich and complex, with some honeyed development,’ added team leader Natasha Hughes MW.

swa-2016-goldLEVIN Sauvignon Blanc 2012

Competition category:
France Loire Sauvignon Menetou/Pouilly

Judges’ Tasting notes:
Truly fresh varietal characteristics took this well priced wine to the Gold podium. ‘Elegant and mineral, with gooseberry and herbaceous style and decent acidity,’ began Dario Barbato of Individual Restaurants, while Sara Bacchiori of Chez Bruce highlighted its ‘asparagus, gooseberry and greengage, quince with some pear notes on a ripe, fruity palate with some length’.

swa-2016-silver2014 Vin CERVEAUX, Pouilly Fumé

Competition category:
France Loire Sauvignon Menetou/Pouilly

Judges’ Tasting notes:
‘Elegant nose with aromas of flint and citrus. Very well balanced on the palate with racy minerality and clean fruit, with a long, mineral finish,’ said Georgi Mihov of Bohemia Bar and Restaurant, while Gregg Lambert of Galvin La Chapelle noted ‘greengage and fresh stone fruit, with a flinty note’.