Frequently Asked Questions

Answers to frequently asked questions.

Entry fees are applicable per session and available here

Entry shipment deadlines vary depending on the different sessions of the competition.

Yes, you can group together wines of different types and send them together.

Yes, a pro forma invoice is required in order to avoid parcels being stopped at customs for too long. Please also note the following details: number of bottles, % ABV, quantity per bottle and price per bottle (between €1.5 and €4) along with the statement:

“Sample with no commercial value – not for sale”.

Please stick it on the parcel so that it can be seen.

Yes, we accept samples that are still in tanks. A document will need to be completed at registration.

You can enter your samples with temporary labelling, clearly stating the main changes (vintage; % ABV…)

The invoice is sent out automatically by email within a few days of your payment being received. The email address to which the invoice is sent is the address indicated at the time of registration.

If you live in a country outside Belgium within the EU, we recommend you state a valid VAT number. Otherwise, we will be obliged to charge you 21% VAT.

Yes, you can confirm registration. Once your entry has been confirmed, you will still be able to return to your account and add bottle shots, analyses and proof of payment in the event of a bank transfer along with the required documentation if you enter a wine that is still in the tank. If you do not have an analysis report when you register, it is essential that we receive it 3 weeks before the competition date.

Red and White
Wine Session

Registration

Rosé
Wine Session

Registration

Sweet and Fortified
Wine Session

Registration

Sparkling
Wine Session

Registration