- White, Still wine (Dry – Semi dry – Semi sweet – Orange Wine) with carbon dioxide excess pressure less than 0.5 Bar (20°C)
- Rosé, Still Wine (Dry – Semi-dry – Semi-sweet)
- Red, Still Wine (Dry – Semi-dry – Semi-sweet
- Wines without sulphites
- Sweet Wine (Still)
- Sparkling wine (Sparkling – Semi-sparkling
- Experimental wines
- Wines of tradition
- Distillates of Wine
The medals awarded to the wines/spirits based on their score are the following:
- PLATINUM Wine Olymp Award: 97 – 100
- GOLD Wine Olymp Award: 90 – 96
- SILVER Wine Olymp Award: 87 – 89
- BRONZE Wine Olymp Award: 84 – 86
The organising committee reserves the right to reduce the number of awarded products, increasing the base of their corresponding categories.
Β. Best sample per category
C. Best wine and best spirit of the Competition
The best wines of each category provided they receive platinum medal scores, or if there are none, at least gold medal scores, are re-evaluated by all judges, and are awarded:
- Best wine of the Competition
The spirit with the best score receives the distinction:
- Best spirit of the competition
- The best wine of the Competition
D. Special distinctions
In addition to the above categories, special awards will be given also to:
- Best White wine with large production volumes.
- Best Rosé wine with large production volumes.
- Best Red wine with large production volumes.
In each of the above categories, the wine with the highest ranking or otherwise the highest score, with a production higher than 50,000 bottles for the participating vintage, will be awarded.
E. Award for best winery
F. Award to best oenologist