Are you a budding winemaker? See if you have what it takes. Enter your best homemade wine in the biggest competition in the world for amateur winemakers. By The Wine Community on October 18, In , there were 2, entries from 7 countries in 50 categories. In there were 2, entries received from 48 American states, 5 Canadian provinces, and 7 countries.
WineMaker International Amateur Wine Competition
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The 2, entries arrived from hobby winemakers living throughout North America in all 50 American states and 5 Canadian provinces and as far away as Australia. It continues to be the single largest and most diverse collection of hobby wines assembled annually under one roof. Over the course of three days, experienced judging panels worked through flights, examining each wine using the UC-Davis point wine scale evaluating appearance, aroma, taste, aftertaste, and overall impression. The wines were entered in 50 different categories and included an astonishing array of varietals and wine styles. Kit wines competed alongside fresh-grape entries in this blind tasting. Entries were awarded gold, silver, bronze and best of show medals based on the average score given by the judging panel. The Club of the Year was given to the club whose members won the most medals and the Retailer of the Year and U-Vint of the Year awards were given to the winemaking supply stores whose customers outperformed other similar shops.
2019 WineMaker International Amateur Wine Competition
Enter your wines, ciders and meads and compete for gold, silver and bronze medals in 50 categories awarded by a panel of experienced judges. Click here to register. White Native American Blend 3. Red Native American Varietal 4.