Wine Producer of the Year shortlists announced
The best producers from around the world have been announced in the IWSC Wine Producer of the Year shortlists.
The judging of these awards is based on statistical analysis, taking into account the amount of wines entered, number of Gold, Silver, and Bronze medals achieved, and overall average scores, resulting in a shortlist of a maximum of six top performers in each country.
Spanning all regions from North and South America through Europe, Africa, Asia and Australia, the awards are a celebration of excellence in wines worldwide.
The winners of the Wine Producer of the Year awards will be announced at the IWSC Awards Banquet on 14 November, where the elite of the wine and spirits industry gather at the Guildhall in London to celebrate the achievements of the year.
See the shortlisted producers here.
Wine Paris 2019
Paris Expo Porte de Versailles - Halls 4 and 7.1 1 Place de la Porte de Versailles 75015 Paris - FranceAdd to Calendar
Wines of Portugal Grand Tasting 2019
Lindley Hall Everton Street London SW1P 2QWAdd to Calendar
Düsseldorf, GermanyAdd to Calendar
Verona – Veronafiere, viale del Lavoro 8Add to Calendar
- “It's one of the most prestigious awards that we've ever won and we're the first English winery to have ever won this award so we're shocked, stunned but absolutely delighted.”Tamara RobertsCEO, Ridgeview Wine Estate
- “The IWSC is something that I've worked around and respected for a long time, so it's a real privilege to see the IWSC recognising what we do.”Tom SandhamCo-founder, Thinking Drinkers
- “Vivino is one of the biggest innovators in the current wine industry, and the IWSC is a prestigious wine awards, so it felt like a natural fit that we should award wineries that go above and beyond.”Paul JonesUK Country Manager, Vivino