06 June 2023


The jury of the International Taste Institute, composed of some of the world’s best chefs and sommeliers, has awarded the 2023 Superior Taste Award: for Dolomia Water the Three Gold Stars are confirmed


The Superior Taste Award is a certification granted to products that meet or exceed (tasting score above 70%) the expectations of our chefs and sommeliers. Every year, thousands of products are evaluated, while only very good products are awarded and we are proud that Dolomia Water is one of them again this year.

Indeed, this is the fifth time that Dolomia Water has obtained a positive evaluation from the International Taste & Quality Institute, the International Institute of Taste and Quality based in Brussels: the Three Gold Stars are a guarantee of quality, already obtained in 2013, 2015, 2018 and 2021.

"The International Taste Institute provide a high-level recognition which unequivocally affirms the high quality of our product. Obtaining the Superior Taste Award for five times is a worldwide confirmation that supports us in enhancing the concept of high quality and excellence. An important marketing lever that consolidate the credibility that our brand wanted to spread from Italy to the whole world - declares the corporate top management - We bottle a true excellence of nature that stands out for its exceptional chemical and physical characteristics that make it capable of enhancing any food-wine pairing and we are very proud that this peculiarity has been recognized again."


About the International Taste Institute
The International Taste Institute, founded in 2005 and based in Brussels, Belgium, evaluates and certifies the taste of foods and drinks from around the world. The jury is composed of more than 200 professional chefs and sommeliers.

Each jury member is carefully selected based on their tasting experience; they’ve been spotlighted by chef and sommelier competitions or top institutions such as Le Guide Michelin and Gault & Millau.

Hailing from over 20 countries, Taste Institute jury members are all external and independent. Their knowledge of taste and their ability to provide relevant feedback is constantly evaluated and monitored by the Taste Institute’s tasting committee.

The International Taste Institute performs objective sensory evaluation: its jury follows a rigorous blind-tasting methodology in which product samples are anonymised to avoid any scoring biases. In addition to scoring product performance according to the 5 standard sensory criteria, the jury provides comments as well as suggestions for further product improvement and food pairing.


Product Review International Taste Institute