Final call for Asian Chardonnay Masters 2019

The Asian Chardonnay Masters 2019 is now taking final entries for the blind tasting competition, which is set to become this year’s biggest and most extensive single variety competition.

Chaired by the drinks business Hong Kong editorial team, the competition will be judged by a panel of exports including Hong Kong’s top wine buyers, Master Sommeliers, Master of Wines and experienced wine educators.

Only 100% Chardonnay is accepted. The wines will be judged in both style and price categories.

The results and analysis will be published in The Drinks Business Hong Kong Magazine, online and across all our social media platforms. The results will also be sent out in a newsletter in both English and Chinese.

The drinks business Hong Kong magazine is distributed to just over 8,500 recipients throughout Asia including Hong Kong, Japan, Taiwan, Singapore, Jakarta, India and mainland China.Its consists of both the on-trade, so all major hotels, bars, restaurants and nightclubs as well as the off trade, so all major supermarket chains and independent off licences.

Just over 1,500 copies of the drinks business Hong Kong are sent to an exclusive database of private collectors and wine enthusiasts throughout Hong Kong due to our special partnership with Crown Wine Cellars.

As the official media partner of both ProWein and the Hong Kong Trade Development Council, bonus distribution of 2,000 copies of the drinks business Hong Kong magazine will be distributed at both ProWine Asia 2019 & the HKTDC International Wine and Spirit fair 2019.

Each entry should be submitted with three samples, and the charge for entry is HK$1,540 per wine, by 9 April.

If you would like to participate, please click here, or email sophie@thedrinksbusiness.com.

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