How to Enter
Step 1: Complete your entry online through to payment - Please see below the entry fees and payment methods. Note: Before filling in the entry form, you will be requested to register for an account.
(How to use our online entry platform)
Step 2: Prepare your samples for shipping to the final destination in Hong Kong.
|Entry Fee (price per entry) for Wine / Spirits:||HKD 1900 / USD 245|
|Entry Fee (price per entry) for Beer:||HKD 650 / USD 84|
|Additional Entry Fee for Food & Wine Pairing Per Dish:||HKD 650 / USD 84|
We accept Visa, Mastercard and Bank Transfer.
HK$380 administration fee will be imposed for bank transfer.
* Please choose "Request Invoice" for all payment options. Bank details will be provided alongside the email confirmation.
Number of bottles required per entry
Wine & Sake
3 Bottles (750ml)
2 Bottles (700ml)
|4 Bottles (330ml)|
(approx. 1.3L equivalent)
1 additional bottle per product per pairing
- Packaging: We accept other packaging such as bag in box, alumninum can, plastic, etc. All packaging will be hidden from judge during tasting.
- Volume: If your products are packaged in non-standard containers, please adjust delivery quantities to match with indicated volume.
- Minimum bottles: a minimum of two bottles are required for all categories.
[SPIRITS] Payment of Duty
(only applicable to liquor with alcoholic strength of over 30% alcohol)
- Duty is to the charge of the Sender
- You are recommended to send maximum 2 bottles (500-700ml) per shipment by DHL. If you are entering multiple items, split them into several shipments to minimise potential delays by customs
- Payment of Duty is arranged between Sender and Shipper before the shipment arrives Hong Kong. There will be a window of maximum 3 calendar days to clear customs on arrival. Please ensure Duty has been settled and documentation is ready to facilitate release and to avoid a situation of 'return to Sender'.
- You MUST contact receiver prior to sending, contact mentioned below.
- Photos of bottle label and/or Age Certificate (for whiskies and brandy) MUST be sent to receiver prior to sending.
1/ Prepare Shipping Documents
- Commercial Invoice (Please state "Samples Only. Not for commercial use". Skip this step if samples are delivered from Hong Kong)
- Packing List (skip this step if samples are delivered from Hong Kong), including below
- Contact person
- Company name
- Quantity of Bottles
- Litre per Bottle
- Alcoholic Strength %
- Full Description of Liquor (Brand name, Other information description, Vintage Year)
- Ex-factor/Ex-warehouse Price applicable to potential buyers in the open market (Unit Value in USD).
- Put Box Cover (Template: WORD / PDF) onto all boxes
**** ALL ABOVE INFORMATION MUST MATCH WITH CONTENT OF SHIPMENT
2/ Notify Receiver by Email PRIOR to Sending
- Send by email to receiver: HK IWSC Order ID (refer to confirmation email upon your registration or login to your account), airway tracking number; for spirits, send also photo of label and age certificate (whisky / brandy).
- Contact details below: David Li - firstname.lastname@example.org
3/ Send samples
Meiburg Wine Media - HK IWSC
9/F., Aberdeen Industrial Building
236 Aberdeen Main Road
Aberdeen, HONG KONG
Contact: David Li
Tel: +852 2515 0178
*Notify shipper office hours: 10:00 - 12:00, 14:00 - 17:30 (Mon-Fri). Deliveries may be returned to the sender if received outside of office hours.
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