Wine Award Asia
Zoom Meeting Period
Top 100 Tasting Event
1 February 2023
10 February 2023
10 March 2023 (Round 1),
11 March 2023 (Final Round)
3 February - 22 April 2023
22 April 2023
Step 1: Account Registration
Before filling in the entry form, you will be requested to register for an account in advance.
Step 2: Online Application
Please complete your entry online through to payment, by filling in the required information. Upon receipt of your application and payment (if any), you will receive an order confirmation email.
Application Deadline for WAA 2022 : 3 October 2022.
Applications received after the deadline will not be considered.
Step 3: Application Fee
Free of Charge for the First 2 Entries.
€100 per Entry for the Additional Entries.
*No charge will be charged if you joined WAA with 2 or less entries. Offers available for the first 50 Wineries Only.
Payment can be made by credit cards online or by international bank transfer. You may request an invoice in £, € or US$.
Your payment status will be updated while logged in(completed/pending).
- Completed - lists payments that have been successfully settled and charged to your account.
- Pending - lists payments not yet received.
Step 4: Product Listing on WAA Online Portal
€100 per Entry ( Enter the number of entries )
Waived automatically for wineries with more than 2 entries. (Enter "0")
*Enjoy a complimentary online listing service upon applying more than 2 entries.
Step 5: Samples Admission
Prepare your samples for shipping to the final destination in Hong Kong. You may send your sampling wines before 14 October 2022.
We recommend sending samples of 12-26 bottles per Entry as possible. Given that wines will be tasted multiple times, an extra bottle is necessary to allow for an out of condition sample.
Extra samples will be available for Buyer Tasting as testing grounds via WAA Online Portal.
Wine Award Asia
Criteria for Eligible Entry
Wine that is produced for commercial availability
(cellar door, online or in store) can enter.
All wines submitted must be made from grapes.
solely from the partial or complete alcoholic fermentation of grapes or grape must.
All wines must be labelled in accordance with the European Union provisions.
Showing the name of the region and geographical area of origin of the wines.
Wines produced in one country and bottled in another are allowed to enter the competition.
All wines submitted must be sold fitted with a non-reusable sealing or closing device
The WAA accept sealed screwcap bottles which will be opened during the competition. Unfinished samples will not be judged by the WAA.
Temporary labels on wines are accepted.
The information that appears on these labels must be the same as the information that will appear on the final label.
Same wine is entries by different companies
When the same wine is being submitted by more than one company, all entrants' names will be featured equally in the report of the tasting. Fees for multiple entries will not be refunded.