Competition organisers are issuing a final call for entries into this year's Decanter World Wine Awards, as the submission phase draws to a close.
Application forms to enter wines into this year’s competition will no longer be available to download after today.
Entries have been coming in steadily since the competition opened in January, and early submissions indicate that this year’s awards will feature a number of countries represented for the first time.
The competition, founded in 2003, is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year, and will feature a new-look line-up of regional chairs, including Bob Campbell MW (New Zealand), Andreas Larsson (Austria) and Jon Bonné (USA).
Judges from more than 25 countries are expected to fly in to London to join DWWA panels, including some of the world’s most pre-eminent masters of wine, sommeliers, wine buyer and critics – each selected for their particular regional expertise.
Judging for this year’s awards will begin on Monday 29 April, and results will be announced at the London International Wine Fair in May.
Written by Decanter.com staff