The results are in for the 2021 QLD Wine Awards. This year’s show had almost double the entrants than what we were expecting which is a great result.
Find all the award winners here!
Regular newsletters containing key marketing and technical information relevant to the Queensland wine industry, information on industry representation, technical seminars, training opportunities and marketing initiatives.
– Representation to Queensland and Federal Governments.
– Obtaining grant funding for the industry
– Representation on key national industry bodies – GWRDC, AWRI, Wine Australia
– Representation with Tourism organisations
– Reduced entry fee for QWIA wine shows.
– Opportunities to participate in technical seminars at reduced cost.
– Opportunities to participate in Wine Education classes at reduced cost.
– Access to training and opportunities for associate judges.
– Listing on QWIA web site (including Vine&Shine) and access to Social Media activities by QWIA on behalf of members.
– Assistance in developing of regional identities for Qld wine regions.
– Representation in collaboration with organisations as part of QWIA’s efforts to engage with trade associations.
In its 37th year, the Queensland Wine Awards is a celebration of our industry recognising excellence in winemaking, viticulture and the contributions made by individuals and businesses in progressing our industry.
Did you know that Queensland winemakers are leading the way in Emerging Varietal Wines? Are you interested in tasting some of these varieties to add to your cellar?
The Queensland Wine Industry Association is pleased to have presented another successful Queensland wine awards event on the 4th of September at the Queensland Parliament House in Brisbane. Find all the results here!
Hot off the 2018 vintage, the Queensland winemakers are already thinking ahead about which wines will be celebrated at the 35th Annual Queensland Wine Awards. This gala evening is not to be missed by wine aficionados, supporters of the Queensland wine industry, and the wine producers themselves.