Join the IWSC to celebrate success, network with key decision makers, and enjoy a long-awaited industry

As we head towards the close of our 2022 judging, the IWSC is delighted to announce its 2022 Awards Dinner and Industry Celebration.

Providing an evening of celebration for all its valued attendees and an opportunity to bring the international drinks community together once again, the event will be held at the Roundhouse, London on Thursday 29th September.

Celebrating the success of industry members, be sure to be among the first to hear the announcement of the 2023 IWSC Wine Communicator and Spirits Communicator winners as well as the 2022 Growers Trophy winners.

The awards dinner will be followed by cocktails, live music and an opportunity to network with key stakeholders from leading beverage companies. Guests will also include the IWSC’s top judges, made up of buyers and decision makers from across the beverage trade.

Find out more details about the evening of celebration here.




Opening of the event for the guests of the awards dinner


2022 Gold Medal and Trophy Winners Tasting

Canapes and cocktails before dinner

5:30 p.m.

Awards dinner guests begin to be seated

6:00 p.m.

The awards dinner begins

8:30 p.m.

The awards dinner ends

8:30 p.m.

Opening of the event for Industry Celebration guests

8:30 p.m.

The industry celebration begins with live music, cocktails and light snacks, plus additional access to tasting the 2022 IWSC Gold Medal and Trophy winners


Cars at midnight. The event ends and the last guests leave.


How much do the tickets cost ?

Tickets cost £285 pp, although we offer a 10% early bird discount until the 29the July.

How to buy tickets?

We sell tickets for the event through Eventbrite. Individual tickets can be purchased or tables of 10 people.

Can I have more than 10 people on my table?

Please email [email protected] to discuss the possibility of larger tables

I don’t want to buy a full table, who will I be sitting with?

The IWSC will ensure that you and any guests you are purchasing tickets for are seated with other guests purchasing individual tickets.

Where is the rotunda?

The Roundhouse is located in North London, close to Chalk Farm tube station on the northern link. Discover more information here.

Is the site wheelchair accessible?

The place is fully accessible. Full information can be viewed here.

For any other questions related to the event, please email [email protected]

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