RESULTS FROM THE WORLD WINE AWARDS OF CANADA 2013
2013 World Wine Awards of Canada – Judging Pictures - September, Toronto, Ontario
Results from the 2013 National Wine Awards of Canada
2013 National Wine Awards of Canada – Pictures - June, Niagara, Ontario
WineAlign organizes two annual wine awards.
The National Wine Awards of Canada (NWAC) held annually in June is only open to wines grown and produced in Canada. The aim of The Nationals is to expose Canadian wine drinkers to the best in Canadian wines. There is no restriction on price, leaving each winery the opportunity to compete with and against the best wines in the country. More important, as barriers to ship wines across the country come down, the combination of winning recognition at The Nationals and WineAlign’ s ability to display the results alongside your key retail outlets, from the winery direct to across the country, makes it the only competition with enduring post competition sales opportunities.
The World Wine Awards of Canada (WWAC) held annually in September is open to both imported and domestic wines for sale in Canada, provided the wine sells for less than $50 somewhere in the country. As a consequence it is an opportunity for all wines sold here to show that they can compete in quality and value with wines from anywhere in the world. Blind judgings are remarkable opportunities for unknown wines to make their mark. Wines are tasted in three price categories based on the lowest selling price in Canada. These are: Less than $15, from $15 to $25 and from $25 to $50. As a consequence WWAC is really three competitions in one with wines being tasted alongside their peers by price and with awards given by price category. There is value at all costs!