Santa Rosa, Calif., June 4, 2019.
Who Runs the WINE World?
Most of the wine consumed at home is primarily purchased by women, so this competition, judged by and for women wine drinkers, gives women their own ‘voice’. The judges recognize not only the best wines submitted, but also the wines they feel would appeal most to women wine buyers and consumers. The competition is open to all winemakers, both male and female.
Why produce a women’s wine competition? Event founder and president, Debra Del Fiorentino says, “This competition’s niche appeal certainly gives women their own ‘voice’, when selecting a wine. The judges recognize not only the best wines submitted, but also the wines they feel would appeal most to women wine buyers and consumers.”
About Wine Competitions Management & Production (WCMP)
This organization owns and operates nine different competitions including West Coast Wine Competition, International Eastern Wine Competition, East Meets West, International Women’s Wine Competition, Harvest Challenge, Experience Rosé and the Craft Distillers Spirits Competition. It also manages, The Press Democrat North Coast Wine Challenge, and Dan Berger’s International Wine Competition and a cider competition.