ENTRY KIT

Click here to download Wine Label Design Awards 2017 Entry Kit

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RULES

1. Only wines produced in South Africa may be entered. Labels designed outside the country are however allowed.

2. Completed entry kits must be emailed to winemagsa@gmail.com by Friday 17 February 2017.

3. A fee of R350 incl. VAT per entry applies to category 1, 2 & 4 and R1000 for category 3. The full amount must be paid online by Friday 17 January 2017 – click on the SHOP tab on the Winemag.co.za homepage to make an online payment. NO CASH OR CHEQUE PAYMENTS WILL BE ACCEPTED.

4. An entry sample takes the form of a bottle (or bottles in the case of series) bearing the actual label as it appears in the market place. If there is relevant additional material such as a presentation box, please include this. This must be accompanied by 150-word creative rationale and a copy of the entry form. Samples must be delivered to 44 Liesbeek Road, Rosebank, Cape Town between 08h30 and 15h00 on Thursday 23 February LATE SUBMISSIONS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.

5. Only commercially available wines may be entered. At least 100 six-bottle cases must be available from the date of entry until 30 April and this is subject to verification by the organisers.

6. All entrants in categories 1, 2 and 4 must be able to supply 8-12 bottles of each entry for the awards ceremony at no cost (this is not compulsory for category 3 entries). This applies to award winners only.

7. Entries for which no payment has been made will be disqualified. Entry fees are not refundable.


Click here to download Wine Label Design Awards 2017 Entry Kit

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