The awards, now in their third edition, were relaunched in 2015 with the support of the Wine in Moderation - Art de Vivre campaign in order to highlight the best content about wine being published today.
Wine culture and its myriads of stories is an effective way to reveal the wider and diverse world of wine in a responsible way, putting wine appreciation and enjoyment in a broader social context.
The BDWAbyWIM awards are unique because they focus on specific content published online, but not on individuals, publishing media or a body of work. This is not an award for individual authors or blogs, but for great work. It is a recognition that digital publishing allows anyone, whatever their background, to deliver great content, inspiration and creativity whether they publish one article, or a whole series.
The 2015 BDWAbyWIM awards will accept submissions in English, French, Spanish, Italian, German and Portuguese across four categories:
Judges will compare wine writing and video content from across the world, side-by-side, to find new voices and new sources of wine stories, and winners will receive cash prizes as well as tickets to the Digital Wine Communications Conference.
Submissions will be accepted until 10th August 2015, and the winners will be announced at the 2015 Digital Wine Communications Conference in Plovdiv, Bulgaria in October. Anyone wishing to enter their content into the awards should visit the website to do this, and to get more information, at:
For further information on the Born Digital Wine Awards, brought to you by Wine in Moderation, please contact:
Wine in Moderation – Art de Vivre (WIM) Aisbl:
Stylianos Filopoulos Director, Wine in Moderation – Art de Vivre (WIM) Aisbl
+32 (0)2 230 99 70
Founder & CEO, Vrazon Digital Wine LDA
+351 927 605 381
NOTE TO EDITORS
* About Wine in Moderation – Art de Vivre
Wine in Moderation – Art de Vivre (WIM) Programme launched in 2008 by the European wine sector, is the tangible and measurable contribution of the international wine business community to reinforce responsible drinking patterns as a social and cultural norm. WIM is a common programme centrally coordinated and implemented nationally, with the capacity to adapt into local needs respecting cultural diversity and regional identities.
The Wine in Moderation – Art de Vivre (WIM) aisbl is an international not for profit association founded in 2011 to coordinate the WIM programme and expand its reach and impact in Europe and beyond.
** About Vrazon
The Vrazon team also organises the annual Digital Wine Communications Conference (DWCC) and is committed to encouraging online wine communication.
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