With more than an enormous 1,500 entries already accepted from 25 countries around the world – the CWSA Best Value 2013 competition is set to break records. We are very pleased to welcome new faces including Freixenet, Wolf Blass, Wyndham Estate and Trapiche, but are extra thrilled to be rejoined by successful entrants from previous CWSA competitions who are promoting their latest offerings and know that the CWSA is the biggest and most prestigious wine and spirits competition in China. Returning brands include: Australia’s Jacob’s Creek, Amadio Wines, Ballast Stone Estate, Wynns Coonawarra and Gatt WInes; New Zealand’s Babich, Giesen Wines and Santa Rita; France’s: Armagnac Castarede, Cave de Roquebrun, Chateau de Belcier and Cave Kientzheim-Kaysersberg, Chile’s Balduzzi, Bodegas Aguirre, Vina Siegal and Cono Sur; Italy’sCascina I Carpini, and Icone; Portugal’s Casa Santos Lima, Quinta do Pinto and Caves Vale do Rodo and Spain’s Finca Antigua, Finca Valpiedra and Vina Bujanda.
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