International Wine Challenge

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About International Wine Challenge

The International Wine Challenge (IWC) owned by William Reed Business Media is now in its 35th year. The IWC is accepted as the world's finest and most meticulously judged wine competition which assesses every wine blind and judges each for its faithfulness to style, region and vintage Throughout the rigorous judging processes, each medal winning wine is tasted on three separate occasions by at least 10 different judges and awards include medals (Gold, Silver, Bronze) and Commended awards

About The Digital Newsroom

The International Wine Challenge Digital Newsroom is a simple and useful resource for you to keep track of all the latest news stories. High resolution images and complete press releases are available to download from here, and you can connect with our various social media profiles easily. Suggestions for improvements are welcome.

Contact Details

Elly Barham-Marsh Helen Kenny
Manifest London
t. +44 (0)203 1379 270

International Wine Challenge

International Wine Challenge hosts annual A Taste of Gold event on 14th July, giving wine fans the chance to sample Gold medal winners of the year

Get a taste of Gold with the International Wine Challenge 2015

Join the International Wine Challenge on July 14th from 6pm-9pm at Lindley Hall, The Royal Horticultural Halls, London, for its annual A Taste of Gold wine tasting event which gives the public the chance to try some Gold medal-winning wines and sakes from this year’s competition.

With producers from all over the world showcasing their medal-winning wines, you get the chance to try some of the wines which wowed the IWC judges at this year’s competition and scooped the much-coveted Gold medals.

The event will also be attended by four of the IWC co-chairmen; Tim Atkin MW, Peter McCombie MW, Oz Clarke and Charles Metcalfe. This will be a fantastic opportunity to taste with the experts and see why the wines have achieved Gold medal status.

In its 32nd year, the International Wine Challenge is accepted as the world’s finest and most meticulously judged competition. The IWC assesses every wine ‘blind’ and judges each for its faithfulness to style, region and vintage. Each medal winning wine is tasted on at least three separate occasions by a minimum of 10 different judges including Masters of Wine. Awards include medals (Gold, Silver, Bronze) and Commended awards. The IWC is committed to helping consumers discover great wine, and the medals displayed on winning bottles offer a trusted guarantee of quality.

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