HMS Spirits’ Mary Rose Gin has recently been awarded a ‘Double Gold’ medal at the China Wine and Spirits Awards (CWSA) 2019 – the most influential wine and spirits award in the world.
Hosting a judging panel of China’s most powerful buyers, it is renowned internationally as the biggest and most prestigious wine and spirits competition in China, helping to sell an overwhelming 90 million bottles per year.
Commenting on the 2019 awards, CWSA spokesman, said, “China’s thirst for foreign wine and spirits continues to grow and we expect China to be the largest market for wines and spirits within two years.
“To help international producers take advantage of this huge opportunity, CWSA brought together the 100 most influential wine and spirits buyers to Judge CWSA 2019.”
This years’ panel rated 6,000 samples from 58 countries around the world, including high profile entrants from Peter Lehmann, Jacob’s Creek, Bardinet, Bernard Magrez, Kim Crawford, Casa Ermelinda Freitas, Dewar’s and Label 5.
Ben Maguire, managing director of HMS Spirits Company, added, “We are very excited by the growth we are seeing in China. We will be proudly displaying our CWSA Medals to showcase that HMS Spirits’ Mary Rose Gin is a Double Gold CWSA Medal Winner.
“We are very excited by the growth we are seeing in China. We will be proudly displaying our CWSA Medals to showcase that HMS Spirits’ Mary Rose Gin is a Double Gold CWSA Medal Winner.”