Calling all distillers, Tasting Australia Spirit Awards are now seeking entries

South Australian Business News  •  Tourism & Events
Anthony Caldwell
Thursday, June 20th 2024

Distillers from across the nation are invited to submit entries into the seventh annual Tasting Australia Spirit Awards with entries now open and closing on Friday 26 July 2024.

Australian distillers can submit products into the 11 award categories to earn national acclaim and gain valuable product feedback and tasting notes from industry experts including Campari Academy Australia’s Krystal Hart and drinks writer Fred Siggins. 

Zoe Bettison, Minister for Tourism says the awards are a chance to showcase the quality of South Australian products.

Since the awards began seven years ago, we have seen the country’s distilling industry grow exponentially, with South Australian producers leading the way and helping showcase our state’s premium products on a national stage,” said Ms Bettison.

An awards presentation will take place on Wednesday 28 August.

Gold medal winners will be integrated into the events and drinks programming for Tasting Australia presented by RAA Travel 2025, which will take place next autumn.

In 2023, a record number of distillers from across Australia entered their products into the awards with 86 distillers submitting more than 280 products. 

The awards saw nine South Australian products take out 11 best-in-class categories, highlighting the state’s leading reputation in the nation’s distilling industry.

To submit an entry into the 2024 Tasting Australia Spirit Awards visit tastin​gaus​tralia​.com​.au.


Anthony Caldwell

Manager, Marketing, Media, Communications
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