Gold, Silver and Bronze Medal Winners

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Nant Distilling won the most important wine and spirits competition in the world judged by women buyers at the Women’s Wine and Spirits Awards held in London this September. Winning the following medals in the spirits category:

Entry: Nant Tasmanian Single Malt Whisky, Bourbon Cask 43%
Result: Gold
 
Entry: Nant Tasmanian Single Malt Whisky, Sherry Cask 43%
Result: Gold
 
Entry: Nant Tasmanian Single Malt Whisky, White Oak Single Cask 43%
Result: Silver
 
Entry: Nant Tasmanian Single Malt Whisky, Port Cask 43%
Result: Bronze

The WWSA is the World’s Most Important Wine & Spirits Competition Judged by Women.  Held in London, England at the Royal Yacht Club, 100 of the world’s most influential Female Buyers Judge the Women’s Wine & Spirits Awards.

“The role of women in wine buying and the depth of their knowledge has been vastly underestimated. This is as true for other countries as it is for Britain. The message for wine marketers is clear: cherchez la femme if you want to sell.” Robert Beynat, former chief executive of Vinexpo

Women consumers of all wine and spirits are on the rise and now are the prime target for smart wine marketing, and the Women's Wine & Spirits Awards is the only way to reach the 100 leading female wine Buyers Judging at the Women's Wine & Spirits Awards 2018.

‘To help international producers take advantage of this huge opportunity, WWSA brought together the 100 most influential female wine and spirits buyers to Judge WWSA 2018.’ 

WWSA 2018 rated over 1,000 samples from 38 countries around the world. High profile entrants include Domaine Chandon, Macallan, Wakefield/Taylors, Zonte’s Footsteps, Viña del Pedregal and Graham Norton’s Own.

“We are excited that our Nant Single Malt Whiskies performed so well at WWSA 2018 and we are looking forward to the huge opportunity of female consumers”. Chris Malcolm, CEO of Australian Whisky Holdings.

 
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JacquelineComment