The New Zealand International Wine Show is the largest wine competition held in New Zealand. Entry is open for wines from any country and made from any grape variety.

Medal Results for 2019


 

Since it’s inception in 2005, the New Zealand International Wine Show has been the largest wine judging competition in the country. Bob Campbell MW is the Chief Judge and is ranked as the most experienced wine judge in New Zealand. He also has a formidable team of Assistant Chief Judges – Larry Mckenna, John Hancock and Tony Bish.

 

This year the team of 24 senior judges awarded 291 Gold Medals, 376 Silver and 700 Bronze Medals. This is the highest number of gold medals ever awarded – a reflection of the outstanding 2019 vintage in New Zealand, the run of excellent vintages in Australia and the overall quality of the entry submissions.

 

The judges commented after numerous classes that it was the best quality line up of wines they have encountered in a wine competition. The major producers all achieved significant medal success but a large number of “smaller” first time entrants also won gold medals. These awards provide them with the opportunity to market their wines, with the public appreciating the medals awarded in a totally unbiased and professional situation.

 

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PICK THE TROPHIES CHALLENGE 2019 - URGENT ANNOUNCEMENT

WED 23RD OCT 2019

CHANGE TO TONIGHT'S TASTING - CLICK BELOW

DETAILS

AWARDS DINNER 2019

FRIDAY 25TH OCTOBER 2019

6 PM, CROWNE PLAZA HOTEL, ALBERT ST, AUCKLAND

TICKET SALES CLOSED

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The champion wine of the show is the top wine of the year in all classes.