The IWSC not only recognises excellence in the quality of liquid in the wines, spirits and other drinks entered into its awards, it also recognises the hard work producers put in to creating brands using methods which don't harm our natural world. Rewarding businesses with a holistic understanding of the impact they have on our environment and are actively making changes to their processes to ensure cleaner, greener production.
Awarding wine entrants whose old vine wines not only perform well in the IWSC judging, but also works to preserve and protect old vines and spread awareness of the importance of nurturing heritage vineyards. Entrants to our awards will be asked to highlight the age of the vines used to producer their wines during the submission process. After judging, a shortlist will be created of the best performing old vine entrants.
The IWSC’s Green Wine Initiative award, was launched in 2022 to recognise the myriad of considerate viticulture and wine making practices underway across the world. Our inaugural award was won by Domaine Virgile Joly. Discover more about this accolade via the link below.
The IWSC’s Green Spirit Initiative award, sponsored by Berlin Packaging, has been created to recognise the multitude of considerate distillation and spirit production practices underway across the world. Launched in 2022, our inaugural award was won by Four Pillars Gin. Discover more about this accolade via the link below.