Le Concours National des Vins IGP de France is - as the translation of its name suggests - a national competition for the IGP wines of France.
IGP stands for Indication Geographique Protegee, and is a wine classification used across Europe. It is effectively synonymous with France's VDP (Vin de Pays) classification.
The 2012 competition was held in Marseille, Provence, and welcomed 732 wines from 190 producers, negociants, co-operatives and private wineries alike. The entries were a relatively even mix of colors; 40% white, 36% red and 24% rosé, and came from all over France, although the majority hailed from Provence and Languedoc-Roussillon - France's VDP heartland.