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International Canned Wine Competition Now Accepting Entries


(BOONVILLE, Calif.) — The third annual International Canned Wine Competition is now accepting entries for the July, 2021 contest. The competition includes numerous categories, including red, white, rosé and sparkling wines, as well as wine coolers and wine spritzers.

The Competition will be held July 20-22, 2021 at the Mendocino County Fairgrounds in Boonville, California. All canned beverages that contain grape wine as a component are eligible. The entries must be commercially available somewhere in the world on July 20, 2021 to qualify for entry. Gold medals will be awarded in all categories, and best of show honors will be given to red, white and rosé categories. All entries will automatically be
entered into the simultaneous package design competition.

A discounted entry fee of $40 per entry will be charged for registration prior to June 20; fees will rise to $50 per entry after June 20, 2021. Two cans of each participating wine are required for judging.

To encourage international entries, the Competition will cover customs fees for producers outside of the U.S. Email mailto: [email protected]com for international entry information.

International Canned Wine Competition sponsors for 2021 include Tasting Panel Magazine, Canmakers UK, and the Ardagh Group in Luxembourg, an international packaging concern.

Registration and entries are done through Enofile at:
https://enofileonline.com/landing.aspx?competitionID=2775.  A list of previous competition winners, as well as an extensive history of canned wine worldwide, is available at the website, https://cannedwinecompetition.com/

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