A tasting where nothing is left to chance
The Feminalise Worldwide Competition has enjoyed growing success since its creation, with an average of 4,000 samples submitted in recent years.
In 2015, the Competition continues its development by going global.
In 2022, the spirit category enter to the competition.
In 2024, the beer and cider categories join the competition.
Opening to the spirits category
- Rouge aux Lèvres, a wine and champagne media specialist, wine events agency and 100% women’s tasting club. Margot Ducancel, France’s N°1 wine influencer, founder of
- Julia Scavo, sommelier. Winner of the national sommelier trophy Romania 2018, winner of the Master of port competition 2017 (first woman to win this competition) and 3rd at the best sommelier of Europe and Africa 2017. 7th place in the 2019 World’s Best Sommelier competition.
- Lan Xu , vice-president of Mottox INC, China
- Master Akiko Tomoda, wine and sake sommelier, lecturer and consultant to numerous organizations, importers, hotels and restaurants in Japan, President of the Association of Japanese Women Wine and Sake Lo
- Ludivine Griveau, 1st woman winemaker of the Hospices de Beaune
The competition goes worldwide
- Sophie Broustal, actress
- Fanny Couttencon, actress
- Armelle Deutsch, actress
- Elsa Kikoïne, actress
- Anne Caillon, actress
- Machal Meril, actress
- Eva Darlan, actress
Why submit your samples to Feminalise?
OFFICIAL REGULATIONS OF THE COMPETITION
The Feminalise competition is open to all producers, cooperative wineries, traders, importers, distillers, brewers and cider-makers of wines, sakes, spirits, beers and ciders from all over the world.
The competition is open to 2023 and earlier vintages from vineyards all over the world. Each samples must comply with European regulations and the regulations in force in the country of origin.
As part of the new regulations governing wine competitions in France, the Feminalise competition has been included on the official list of competitions whose medals may appear on wine labels (BOCCRF of September 13, 2013).