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Sommeliers Choice Awards—Grow Your Wine Brand's On-Premise Presence In The US Market

Sommeliers Choice Awards—Grow Your Wine Brand's On-Premise Presence In The US Market

Grow Your Brand Presence In The US Market
 
If you are looking to get your wines in-front of US top on-premise buyers and sommeliers. Enter Your Wines Now.

Sommeliers Choice Awards gathers the top wine restaurant buyers, Master Sommeliers, wine directors who have a direct influence on the US on-premise market.

Put your wines in front of them and get rated by Food Parability, Typicity, Value, Quality, and Package.
 
Note: Once You enter, we will send you the shipping label and instructions.

ENTER NOW & SAVE UP TO $45 (per wine entry)

Why Sommeliers Choice Awards?

Sommeliers Choice Awards has a simple goal: to provide on-premise buyers and sommeliers a valuable benchmark for understanding which wines would make a compelling addition to a wine list.

Top 30 on-premise buyers from big chains will review the wines been entered in the competition & would award the one that they think can be any restaurants' or hotels must-have list, based on Food Parability, Typicity, Value, Quality, and Package.

"To have our flagship wine judged so highly by the decision-makers and tastemakers at some of the USA’s top on-premise venues is a proud moment for our whole team."

- Sam Bannett
Chief Winemaker, Te Pa Family Vineyards

Please visit the website to know the Winners at 2019 Sommeliers Choice Awards.

Who Are The Judges?

The judging panel of the Sommeliers Choice Awards consists entirely of top sommeliers, wine directors and on-premise buyers at U.S. restaurants, bars, pubs, and clubs. In some cases, these sommeliers may also be wine consultants for on-premise establishments. They may also have a buying role in addition to working on the restaurant floor.

Medals will be awarded to those wines that meet very specific judging criteria, with a goal of identifying wines that should become additions to restaurant wine lists. Wines will be judged by Food Parability, Typicity, Value, Quality, and Package.

EMILY WINES MS
Master Sommelier, Vice President, Wine & Beverage Experience, Cooper’s Hawk Winery & Restaurants

GARY RUSSELL
Sommelier, The Ritz-Carlton, FL

BRIAN PHILLIPS
Director of Wine Strategy at Darden Restaurants.

SALLY MOHR
Master Sommelier, Colorado

JAMES BUBE MS
Wine Director, Hogsalt Hospitality

JACOB CONN
Sommelier, Bellagio, NV

Benefits to Medal Winners
As a result of winning a medal at the Sommeliers Choice Awards, you will be able to:
Showing your package to the top influencers of US on-premise market.
Getting into the Top 100 wine list of US on-premise wines if you are the top 100.
Get valuable feedback on how you scored on quality....
Get featured in the SommelierBusiness.com which is the leading resource for US sommeliers and on-premise buyers.
Attract additional PR and media attention for award-winning wines
Winners will be promoted to 20,000+ sommeliers and wine directors of US market.
Winners will get 1000 free stickers.

Impact Of Winning An SCA Medal

Names of the top 100 winning wines at the Sommeliers Choice Awards would be added in the Top 100 On-Premise Wines guide which would be distributed among 10000+ on-premise wine buyers

KEY DATES

Special Pricing Registration: International & Domestic Submissions Open
Warehouse Closes For Samples: April 20, 2020
Judging: May 18, 2020
Winners Announced: June 15, 2020

FEE SCHEDULE (Per Wine)

$100 - (Special Pricing) - International & Domestic Submissions Open
$125 - Regular Rates
$145 - Late Registration

Kindly Visit The Key Deadlines Page To Avail The Current Offer

(Price in USD)

Visit the official website to learn more. If you have any queries, please reach us on kevin@sommelierschoiceawards.com or give us a call on +1 855 481 1112

Important Reminder: Special Pricing Ends Soon

ENTER NOW

Our mailing address is:
kevin@sommelierschoiceawards.com

501 SILVERSIDE RD, SUITE 77, WILMINGTON, DE, 19809

Beverage Trade Network (BTN) is a global media and B2B networking platform servicing suppliers, buyers and beverage professionals in the global beverage industry. BTN also owns BevRoute, a magazine for Importers and Distributors and runs a lineup of trade shows around the world which includes USA Trade Tasting in New York, IBWSS UK in London, IBWSS USA in San Francisco, IBWSS China in Shanghai. Beverage Trade Network also owns and runs the Sommeliers Choice Awards, London Wine Competition, London Beer Competition, London Spirits Competition, USA Wine Ratings.

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