+ How much does it cost to submit a wine to a DWM Trophy?
Normally, the participation fee for each submitted wine is €135.00. But, in order to allow individual or small wine-producing companies to enjoy greater participation, we have introduced some special conditions (additional registrations at no extra cost) depending on the cultivation area. Please click on the next link to see the price table.
Check also the Asia Wine Trophy offer.
+ I have successfully logged in. How do I register my wines now?
You will see the "Wine registration" tab at the left panel. Choose the desired Trophy and start registering your wines. If you need extra help don't forget to take a look at our Registration Instructions.
+ What is the difference between "Name" and "Name for Certificate"?
"Name" is just the regular name of the wine. "Name for Certificate" will be the name on the diploma, in case the wine is awarded.
+ Is it so important to fill in all the wine properties?
Yes! Please enter all the details such as wine type, alcohol content, acidity, residual sugar, etc. so we can correctly categorize your wine for the competition.
+ How do I know if my wine was correctly registered or not?
Please make sure that all obligatory fields are filled out during the registration. As soon as you have saved the submission, it is automatically registered in the Trophy. You should also receive an automatic email from our system confirming this.
Remember, you can always check your registered wines on the tab "Wine registrations" and then "Show current submissions".
+ My wine has still no brand. Can I send bottles without a label?
You can submit wines without a brand, but the bottles must have (at least) a provisional label to make them recognizable.
+ Can I sumit tank samples to the contests?
Yes, tank samples can participate in our contests. Just make sure the bottles have (at least) a provisional label to make them recognizable.
+ Can I submit other beverages made from grapes?
No, in our contests cannot participate beverages such as brandy (cognac), sangria, grappa, vermouth, ouzo, pisco, or any others containing flavorings or additives which are not properly regulated by OIV.