August 4, 2020

Get your nominations in for Women in Wine Awards!

Women in Wine

The Australian Women in Wine awards are now taking nominations!

This is the sixth year for the awards and I look forward to seeing the nominees and winners every year. Although, it is now from afar.

Nominations open 4th August and close on 29th September. There are seven categories for 2020 from Cellar Door person of the year, Winemakers, Viticulturalists, Marketers, Owner/operators through to Champions of Diversity and Equality. Anyone can nominate someone for these awards, although, it is for Australian nominees only.

Thank you to Jane Thomson (Founder of the awards and the Fabulous Ladies’ Wine Society) and the tireless team it takes to keep the momentum for these awards going and for recognising and rewarding the talents of women in the Australian Wine industry.

Please click here for more information and get those nominations in.

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