A cheap bottle of white from Morrisons has been named one of the best wines in the world.
Château de Meursault 1er Cru Charmes-Dessus, which costs £49.50, only managed a bronze.
The Burgundy region is home to some of the world's finest - and most expensive - wines. The top gong in the Burgundy category went to Albert Bichot Criots-Batard-Montrachet - seven times more expensive than the bottle from Morrisons at £375.
"Burgundy has become the most sought after and expensive region in the world." said Morrisons senior wine Manager Clive Donaldson.
"It is difficult for us to source decent Burgundy at a sensible price. However by working closely with wine producers and blending most of our own-label wines ourselves we manage to sell amazing wines at affordable prices."
The chain also picked up a gold medal for a £6 bottle of The Best Dry sherry, alongside Waitrose and Marks and Spencer - the only supermarkets to be awarded the top prize.
The chain also picked up the top prize for sherry
219 expert judges, including 65 Masters of Wine and 20 Master Sommeliers, tested more than 17,200 entries in the awards.
And it was good news for English wine after a still white made by Winbirri Vineyards near to Surlingham in East Anglia won the Platinum Best in Show medal for the best value white made from a single grape variety.
Bacchus, a grape relatively untouched by most of the wine world has now has found a home in the fledgling English wine industry.
"I think I might retire now," joked Winbirri's owner and head winemaker, Lee Dyer.
Earlier vintages of the Winbirri Bacchus wine are sold at Waitrose for £13.49 per bottle.