Women in Wine & Spirits Award 2021 (WINWSA 2021) has held Advisory Board & Judging Panel Meeting in Q Club Shanghai. It also remarks the official commencement of judging process for the Award in 2021.
The advisors and judges joined the discussions over this year’s award setup and criteria. The representatives from WINWSA 2020 winners shared their experience and impact of Women in Wine & Spirits Awards.
Following our inaugural meeting earlier this year, Women in Wine & Spirits Award 2021 Committee Meeting was held in Shanghai last week, to scrutinize the judging criteria and award categories of this year.
The Advisory Board and Judging Panel of WINWSA 2021 is comprised of professionals from drink business as well as experienced media gurus and accomplished experts from various backgrounds.
During our meeting, the guests from wine & spirits industry, luxury, marketing and investment shared their visions, advising on the judging criteria and parameters to ensure optimal results.
Ms. Lizhong Chen, the winner of WINWSA 2020 annual award, who is the co-founder of Tiansai Winery, shared her experience about the WINWSA 2021.
Michelle Liu, the founder of WINWSA, said “ It is our call of duty to promote positive changes within the industry and in the society through our actions and participation. Meanwhile, we wish that we could discover more distinctive figures from emerging wine regions, those who advocate for sustainability through their practices. We are grateful for our selfless and unreserved support from our partners, advisors and judges. ”
As the most essential agenda of the meeting. Michelle Liu went through the nomination and application status for 2021: Over 130 candidates From 28 countries and regions entered into our 17 awards categories.