Who is organizing this event?
Why should I enter this Competition?
Where will the event be held?
Must the wine be made only with Arizona fruit?
What is the best way to send my wine(s)?
Where do I submit my entry forms and wine(s)?
May I send in multiple bottles in case of bottle variation?
Do I submit my entry forms by mail, email or fax?
When is the deadline for entering the Competition?
Who will be judging the wines?
Will awards be given?
When will the awards be announced?
May I sell my wines or purchase the wines submitted by other competitors?
Will there be any other events?
Yes, there will be educational seminars of interest to winemakers and non-winemakers, an Awards Ceremony, round-table panel discussion. Judges notes and feedback to the competitors will be provided before the end of the event.
Will there be wine and/or food to enjoy at the event?
Is there a cost to bring guests?
I have more questions! Who should I contact for more information?
Please contact the AEWC Formation Committee Chairman Bill Anderson firstname.lastname@example.org, 928-533-0796. We are looking forward to seeing you at the Symposium on April 24-25, 2020!
Who is an “emerging winemaker”?
When will the Symposium be held?
What wines are eligible to compete?
Is there a vintage limitation?
Will single varietal and blended wines be judged differently?
No, a single varietal wine in any catagory will be judged the same against a blended wine in it’s catagory.
Are there any other ways to send my wine(s)?
Drop-off locations can be found on “Wine Submission Locations” page of the website. Additionally, if you contact the Formation Committee Chairman, we will do our best to help you find a way to pick up your wine.
How much does it cost to enter the Competition?
A competitor must submit an entry form, a competition label for each bottle of wine submitted, and a $15.00 entry fee per bottle.
Are there any other fees?
No. But there will be a ticket fee to attend the Symposium early bird pricing of $30 or $40 at the door.