Asia Wine Trophy - Asia's Largest Wine Contest
With over 4,300 submitted wines, the Asia Wine Trophy is Asia’s largest OIV wine competition and probably the most important one. Judges from all the main importing countries of Asia are present, who term every year the quality and implementation unmatched in Asia. Hence the interest in Asia is growing more and more.
Excellent media coverage
The Asia Wine Trophy is already one of the biggest OIV competitions in the world and the largest OIV competition in Asia. Every year about 30 media representatives of the most important trade media in Asia are present in addition to the 140 judges from around the world, to get a personal picture of the Asia Wine Trophy. Media representatives present all share the assessment of judges and are impressed by the perfection with which the AWT is organised.
This, and the desire of the judges present from Asia as well as many professional visitors of the Daejeon International Wine & Spirits Fair decided that DWM, in cooperation with the City of Daejeon and other official partners, in the future will continue organising the International Asia Wine Week for professional visitors exclusively.
Asia Wine Trophy + International Wine Week
After the tastings of the Asia Wine Trophy held in the morning, to which only the invited judges have access, the International Asia Wine Week will start at 13:00 in DCC (Daejeon Convention Center). Only professional visitors will be allowed to take part in this event, which will be held over 5 days.
Beside the large tasting area in which the submitted wines of the AWT can be tasted by the professional visitors, the Asia Buyers Conference will be taking place. In 10 different seminar rooms, the judges and external professional visitors will be offered with presentations, seminars, market analyses and other information sessions.
Moreover, companies, associations, wine regions and other professional organisations will have the opportunity to present themselves at a booth in the areas of the Buyers Conference. In addition to wine, an area is also planned for spirits and delicatessen.
To combine an event in this sense is unique and will create a sensation in the Asian market and attract many visitors from all over Asia to Daejeon. The only disadvantage of the event: the judges who have travelled from all over the world as well as many visitors from Asia will hardly have time to enjoy the beauty of Korea during the Asia Wine Week.
2 Trophies, 1 Fee
Thanks to co-working with the city of Daejeon in Korea, all wines submitted to the Berliner or Portugal Wine Trophy can be registered also for the Asia Wine Trophy at no additional costs. Not only is the registration fee waived, the shipping costs from Berlin to Korea, customs fees and all other costs incurred are paid by the DWM in cooperation with the city of Daejeon.
When enrolling for the Berliner or Portugal Wine Trophy, simply click on the “offer” button for participation in Asia Wine Trophy and without much effort your wine / sparkling wine is automatically registered for both competitions.
An additional 6 bottles of the registered products will be required for tasting in Asia which you can send to DWM in Berlin either together with the other samples or at a later date (complying with delivery deadlines).
Products enrolled for the Asia Wine Trophy that receive an award, will of course count towards the results of the Golden League.
Strong offer, Strong Presence, Stronger Sales
Award-winning wines are at an advantage in the Asian market. Special attention is paid to the award here. A competition such as the Asia Wine Trophy, whose international judges enjoy the highest reputation, will open the door for your presence to the biggest wine market of the future: Asia.
Under the patronage of the OIV and UIOE, Asia Wine Trophy is the most strictly controlled wine competition in Asia.
About 4,300 samples will be assessed objectively by the judges to receive one of the coveted medals. Among the judges are the major importers of Asia as well as many other decision and opinion leaders in Asia.