IWSC introduces Global Judging Producer Trophies

IWSC news

Tue 25 Jun 2024

By Mila Gorchakova

The IWSC is the only international drinks industry competition to take its judges around the world. Our Global Judging events allow for a more inclusive competition – many small businesses who find it difficult to send their samples to London, can enter the judging in their region, saving on the logistical costs.

This aligns with the IWSC's mission of championing the best drinks producers across the world, no matter how big or small. As part of this continuous mission, this year we are delighted to introduce our Global Judging Producer Trophies.

Following each of our 2024 Global Judging events, we will announce a shortlist of the best-performing producers. Our Judging Committee will review the shortlist and will select the winner, who will be announced at our Awards Celebration on 12 November at the Roundhouse, London.

Our Global Judging Producer Trophies are designed to become the regional-level accolades, celebrating the best brands from a particular part of the world. 

The IWSC 2024 Global Judging Producer Trophies

Global Judging Producer Trophy Global Judging event
IWSC 2024 Georgian Wine Producer Trophy 

IWSC 2024 Wine Judging in Georgia in partnership with the the Gurjaani Wine Festival and National Wine Agency of Georgia

IWSC 2024 Turkish Wine Producer Trophy

IWSC 2024 Turkish Wine Judging in partnership with Tuğrul Şavkay Turkish Wines Competition

IWSC 2024 Western Australian Wine Producer Trophy IWSC 2024 Wine Judging in Margaret River in partnership with Margaret River Wine Association and Wines of Western Australia
IWSC 2024 South African Wine Producer Trophy IWSC 2024 Wine Judging in South Africa
IWSC 2024 Austrian Wine Producer Trophy

IWSC 2024 Wine Judging in Austria in partnership with Austrian Wine

IWSC 2024 Chinese Wine Producer Trophy

IWSC 2024 Wine Judging in China in partnership with the Xinjiang Tianshan Mountains North region

IWSC 2024 Bourbon Producer Trophy

IWSC 2024 North American Whiskey Judging in Kentucky