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First Annual Wine Tourism Awards Vow to Remove Guesswork out of Planning Trip to the Wine Country


Honoring the best wine tours out there is one noble mission

wine-tourism-awardsWith hundreds of thousands of wineries and wine tour operators worldwide, planning a wine experience has never been more time consuming. Short of being good friends with a pro or a local, most thirsty travelers have no choice but to spend countless hours surfing the web looking for the best options.

The first annual Wine Tourism Awards offer a simple solution to this modern days problem. As the first international awards program focused solely on Wine Tourism and Wine Travel, the Wine Tourism Awards will give readability to a fast expanding sector.

Entrants to the Wine Tourism Awards are reviewed by a panel of international judges from the wine and tourism industries, ensuring that recipients meet the highest standards in the industry. “This is a great platform for wineries to obtain the credibility and readability they need to attract new clients” says Chris Matthews, a wine industry veteran and cofounder of the Awards. “Many operators have invested tremendously and now struggle with the letting-people-know part of the equation”.

By providing the general public with a shortlist of the very best wine experiences in the world, there is no doubt that the Wine Tourism Awards are fulfilling one noble mission.

Call for entries for 2017 Wine Tourism Awards:

Entries for the 2017 Awards are now open. The deadline to enter is June 30, 2017 and winners will be announced in July 2017. Entry fees are $275. Early bird special at $225 until Dec 31, 2016. To enter either visit www.winetourismawards.net or contact Chris Matthews, Co-Founder at [email protected]

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