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2017 Denver International Wine Competition

Welcome to the entry forms landing page!

The competition is now accepting entries!

New! Enter Online (Paperless).
The Denver International Wine Competition is now set-up with Enofile!

Click here to enter online

Download PDF versions of our 2017 rules and category lists below:
Official Invitation & Rules

Wine Categories List

Official Wine Label Competition Entry Form

Thank you and good luck!

Call For Wine Entries!

The Denver International Wine Competition blind tasting will be held on June 4-5, 2016. The tasting is private and only open to our judges, staff and select members of the news media. The Denver International Wine Competition is the premier international wine competition in the Rockies. Wines are tasted "blind" by our distinguished panel of judges including nationally known wine columnists, wine critics, retailers, food & beverage directors, wine industry members and experienced sommeliers.

Our Wine Label Design & Packaging Contest is judged by experienced Art Directors and beverage industry professionals.


COMPETITION ENTRY FEES- Sliding Scale based on quantity

1-Wine $80.00
2-Wines $75.00 ea.
3-Wines $70.00 ea. (Best Value! 3 or more wines $70 each entry)


*SINGLE LABEL FEE $75 per individual wine entered.
SERIES SUBMITAL FEE $125 (up to 8 bottles in series permitted for one fee)


Entry Forms & Fees Deadline Now Extended!

1) Email, fax forms or enter online no later than Friday May 27, 2016

2) Wine Deliveries: Must be received at our Colorado location on or before Tuesday May 31, 2016.

Official entry forms and submission guidelines are now posted for download on this website. Wineries & Distributors are encouraged to submit wines now! Wines that are received after the drop deadline date of May 31, 2016 WILL NOT QUALIFY for entry and WILL NOT BE RETURNED.


International wine producers must have a US Importer in order to submit wines. The Denver International Wine Festival and it's parent company are not licensed to import wines.

Since your wine submittals to the competition are not for sale, you must mark all cartons "NO CHARGE SAMPLES".

If your US importer is located outside of the state of Colorado, they can forward your wine entries via UPS or FED EX.

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