HOW TO ENTER 1
REGISTER ONLINE Create an online account at:
COMPLETE THE SUBMITTER FORM Complete the ‘Submitter Details’ entry form, using BLOCK CAPITALS
ENTER YOUR WINE DETAILS
ENTER YOUR WINE DETAILS ONLINE Complete the entry form online. Once you have registered your submitter details, you can save your wine details and make amendments at a later date.
MAKE PAYMENT MAKING PAYMENT ONLINE
Make payment online at: www.decanter.com/dwwa
once you have completed your Wine Entries.
You must pay by credit card. Please note AMEX is not accepted online.
COST OF ENTRY ONLINE (+ VAT) UK entry online £88.00 +VAT (20%) Overseas online £104.00 +VAT (20%)
SUBMIT YOUR ENTRY SUBMIT YOUR ENTRY ONLINE Complete your wine entries and make payment online.
ENTRY DEADLINE 1ST MARCH 2012
Entries will not be complete until payment has been made.
COMPLETE THE ‘WINE DETAILS’ ENTRY FORM Complete the ‘Wine Details’ entry form. Please use BLOCK CAPITALS. All details will be reproduced in Decanter and for certificates, so it is important that this is correct. Photocopy the blank entry form as necessary, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
to be sent a PDF version.
OFFLINE METHODS OF PAYMENT You can pay by: a. Credit card – Visa/Mastercard/AMEX b. Cheque – make payable to: Decanter World Wine Awards c. Bank Transfer: Reference “WINE” Please attach proof of payment to your entry form if you pay by bank transfer.
Invoices can be issued for any entry with a net value of over £980 (ex VAT).
COST OF ENTRY BY POST (+ VAT) UK entry by post £98.00 +VAT (20%) Overseas by post £114.00 +VAT (20%) ($172.00/€135.00) +VAT (20%)
OR SUBMITTING YOUR ENTRY
SUBMIT YOUR ENTRY BY POST Post your completed submitter and wine details to:
Decanter World Wine Awards Blue Fin Building 110 Southwark Street London SE1 0SU United Kingdom
Entry forms that do not arrive by the deadline cannot be refunded or credited. Incomplete entry forms cannot be accepted. Every box must be completed within the wine entry form.
SENDING YOUR WINE SAMPLES Please send your wine samples (4 bottles) to Sensible Wine Services by 14th March 2012
4 bottles per wine entered ship to: Decanter World Wine Awards c/o Sensible Wine Services Turnden Hartley Road Cranbrook Kent, TN17 3QX United Kingdom
SAMPLE DEADLINE 14TH
Wine that arrives after the deadline date will not be accepted. Returns or refunds cannot be issued. Clearly label your boxes using the label enclosed. Wine delivered to the Decanter office cannot be accepted. Please ensure that you pay all shipping duty and taxes associated. Please liaise with your shipping company for advice on how to complete the payments. Entrants that fail to send samples cannot be refunded.
WINE DELIVERY ENQUIRIES Email: email@example.com
Telephone: +44 (0)1580 715 725
ENTRY DEADLINE 1ST
PAYMENT DEADLINE 1ST
For more information on shipping your wines, visit: www.dwwa.co.uk/delivery
DWWA ENTRY FORM SUBMITTER DETAILS - PAGE 1
1. SUBMITTER COMPANY NAME Company Name
House Number / Name Street
Address Line 3 Town
Country Telephone Email
Type of Company c Producer
Contact title (Mr/Mrs/Ms/Miss) Contact Tel / Mobile Contact Email
3. UK AGENT DETAILS c Yes Do you have a UK agent? 3A. UK Agent Contact Name
UK Agent Company UK Agent Address Line 1 UK Agent Address Line 2 UK Agent Address Line 3
UK Agent Tel UK Agent Email
c No If YES, please complete section 3A.
If NO, and you are looking for a UK Agent, please complete section 15 on page 2 of the Wine Details Form to ensure that you are contacted about the Unsigned Talent Tasting should your wine win a medal.
DWWA ENTRY FORM WINE DETAIls - pAgE 1
1. WINE pRODucTION lOcATION Postcode
Country of Production Region of Production
4. HOW MANY WINES ARE YOU ENTERING?
Samples sent from the UK in Pounds (GBP £) A)
Samples sent from outside of UK in Pounds (GBP £) Samples sent from outside of UK in Euros (€)
Producer UK Agent Website
C) Official Subregion of Production D) Classification
B) Wine Name 2. pRODucER AND WINE NAME
No. of Wines
Samples sent from outside of UK in US Dollars (USD $) $172.00 + VAT (20%) per wine Wines entered into the DWWA Tasting, London
A) Number of bottles produced over 2400 (sweet wines over 600 bottles) TOTAL
3. RETAIl BARcODE & NuMBER OF BOTTlEs pRODucED Note: you must produce over 2400 bottles to be eligible for entry
£98.00 + VAT (20%) per wine £114.00 + VAT (20%) per wine €135.00 + VAT (20%) per wine
£35.00 + VAT (20%) per wine B) Barcode (if applicable) 5. VAT
If your company is based in the EU and you provide a valid VAT number, you will be VAT exempt. VAT Country Code:
4. WINE suBMIssION ORIgIN A) The wine will be sent from
PLEASE ENSURE YOU HAVE COMPLETED BOTH SIDES OF THIS FORM - PAGE 1 0F 2 Sparkling
A) Vintage B) Wine Colour C) Wine Style
D) Champagne & Sparkling E) Farming Method
Brut Nature Extra Brut Dry
Biodynamic 6. gRApE VARITIEs
A) Principal Grape Variety with % B) Second Grape Variety with % C) Third Grape Variety with %
7. WINE cOMpOsITION AND clOsuRE TYpE 37.5cl
A) Bottle Size
B) Type of Closure C) Alcohol Level
D) Residual Sugar Level
E) Sweet Wine Acidity Level (For sweet and medium-sweet wine only)
8. OAk AgEINg A) Oaking
B) Ageing in Oak EN plEAsE ENsuRE YOu hAVE cOMplETED BOTh sIDEs OF ThIs FORM - pAgE 1 0F 2 Oaked 50cl 75cl
Cork Synthetic/Plastic Screwcap Other %
g/l g/100ml Lightly Oaked months Unoaked UK 5. VINTAgE, sTYlE AND FARMINg METhOD EU (exc UK)
If you are based outside the EU or cannot provide a VAT number, you must include the 20% VAT charge per wine in your payment.
Fortified Sweet Brut
(Wine produced with grapes that are certified organically grown) (Guarantees a better deal for Third World producers) (Wine made using the principles of biodynamic agriculture)
Natural Wine (Wine made with minimal chemical and technological intervention) Extra Dry Non EU
£ £ € $ £
YES NO Cost
Company name __________________ Entry number _________ of_________
PLEASE PhOTOCOPY AS NECESSARY c Agent 2. MAIN CONTACT AT SUBMITTER COMPANY Postcode / Zip Code Fax Website c Importer/Distributor c Retailer
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