The organisers of the Born Digital Wine Awards, brought to you by Wine in Moderation (BDWAbyWIM) will announce the winners of the 2015 Awards on Saturday 24th of October at 20:00 , with the support of Möet Hennessy.
The shortlist for the 2015 Born Digital Wine Awards, brought to you by Wine in Moderation features 30 candidates, some of whom are familiar names but many others who are not, from the US, UK, France, Spain and also Greece. The top 3 entries in each of the 4 categories, selected by the judges, will receive awards including cash prizes and tickets to the DWCC 2016.
The full shortlist can be seen here.
Awards co-founder Robert McIntosh commented: “The Awards bring together wine content from across the world and across many areas of interest, so it is appropriate that they should be presented at an event that brings together ‘digital wine communicators’ from over 30 countries every year, many of whom entered content in the Awards.“
In a reception sponsored by Möet Hennessy, over 200 participants of the DWCC will be able to hear the results of the 2015 awards with the able style, and sonorous tones, of Charles Metcalfe and Richard Siddle, as well as Luzia Schrampf representing the BDWAbyWIM judging panel.
Said Stylianos Filopoulos, director of Wine in Moderation Association: “We are delighted that Möet Hennessy, our Wine in Moderation – Art de Vivre Ambassador Company, has taken a keen interest in these awards and further support our goal to highlight and award responsible and quality online content”
Full results will be live tweeted using the tag #BDWAbyWIM and will be posted on http://borndigitalwineawards.com on 24th October, 2015 with a video of the event to be provided in due course.
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