Change of Date for Public Tasting
Over the last several years the public wine tasting has always been held on the Friday after conclusion of judging. In 2019 we are pleased to announce a Saturday night Public Wine Tasting held for the second year at the very comfortable Panthers Bathurst. The venue is warm and well […]Read More
Let’s do it, 2019!
After a short break over Christmas, the planning for our 21st show is now underway and the dates have been confirmed for the 2019 National Cool Climate Wine Show. Judging will commence on Tuesday 22nd and conclude on Friday 25th October. Following the judging process, our always-popular social event, the […]Read More
2018 Results Online
After an exciting week of judging, the 20th National Cool Climate Wine Show has now concluded awarding a total of 379 medals, 807 entries and 157 exhibitors. Individual exhibitor reports, medal certificates and artwork will be forwarded over the coming week. Congratulations to all award winners and exhibitors. View full […]Read More
Special Offer – Enter three and promote for free!
A special offer has been released today for exhibitors of the 2018 National Cool Climate Wine Show to take advantage of a special promotional offer for free when they enter 3 or more wines. Once your entries are received and receipted via ShowRunner, we will contact you and tailor a […]Read More
Class Schedule Amendment
There have been three changes to the Class Schedule for 2018; Due to low entry numbers there will be no Experimental / Amateur Wine class this year. (Class 10 & 20) Due to more entries and interest of alternative grape varieties, Class 5040: ‘Dry’ Red Varieties has been amended to […]Read More
Enter 2018 with AWRI ShowRunner
This is an exciting year for the NCCWS, the committee have voted to implement AWRI Showrunner to aid in a seamless transition from paper to digital entries. We will still accept paper entries as we transition to the future. We encourage all entries to create an account (free) with this […]Read More
Calling ALL Alternative Grape Varieties
We will be giving more exposure to our entries via our digital and social channels and all vineyards entering will have direct links on our website this year. We are also producing stories on our cool climate regions; these stories will be published via print and digital. All vineyards that […]Read More
Mediterranean and Alternative Grape Varieties
With a new focus and trend on alternative grape varieties in Australia we have excitedly amended our Dry Red Class to encourage more Mediterranean and European grape varieties. In the last two years there has been a very solid argument from cool climate alternative grape producers, producing beautiful wines, grasping […]Read More