Frequently Asked Questions


General questions


How does the tasting take place? Who is the jury? What is the grid of notation?
You can read our page : understand selection


Where can we buy the wines and products?

1001degustations.com is not a sales website. You will find the details of the producers in bottom of each product page with their phone number, their postal address and their e-mail to contact them.


Producer registration


You will find below the most important questions.
Also see the selection's operations description on the registration page

Who can present wine or product?

Commercial agent, Beekeeper, Brewer, Co-operative, Distiller, Group of wine producers, Oil mill, Importer, Manufacturer, Mill, Wine merchant, Producer, Wine producer, winemaker.


When to present wines or products?

You can submit your wines or products during the year. If you have a new product, a new vintage, a new wine or a new recipe during the year you can log onto your professional account to submit them. As soon as we receive the samples we add them for the next tasting.


What should we write on the package for Customs?

The shipping and customs fees must be paid by the sender.
Choose "incoterm" : DDP Delivered Duty Paid.
Specify in all your documents: "Value in customs 0.5 euros per product. Samples for tasting purposes only, no commercial value."
CAUTION : Make sure that the total shipment value remains below 20 € (20 $). If not, you will pay additional customs fees.
Avoid using DHL; they often charge additional customs duties.


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Wine registration


Which wines can compete?

It is open to wines from all over the world that have a specific geographical denomination.


Important dates

Until 6 October 2017 > On-line registration
Until 13 October 2017 > Samples reception
November 2017 > Tastings
December 2017 > Publication of results


Which wines are allowed to compete?

All the vintages are allowed in the competition.


How many products can be presented?

You are not limited in the number of products you can present. Wine merchants must have a mandate for the presentation of wines they do not own.


How many samples need to be sent?

Wines : 3 labelled bottles per wine must be sent to the address indicated on the form. The wines must have a label and a cap.

Product registration

Important dates
Until > On-line registration
Until > Samples reception
> Tastings
> Publication of results


How many products can be presented?

You are not limited in the number of products you can present.


How many samples need to be sent?

Punchs & Cocktails : 2 labelled bottles, per product presented
Rums : 2 labelled bottles, per product presented
Ciders : 3 labelled bottles, per product presented
Brandies : 2 labelled bottles, per product presented
Pommeau : 2 labelled bottles, per product presented
Meads : 2 labelled bottles, per product presented
Oysters : 1 crate of 24 per product presented
Fruit juices and nectars : 2 identical units of 1L or more (depends of the packaging) per product presented.
Vegetable juices : 2 identical units of 1L or more (depends of the packaging) per product presented.
Honeys : 2 labelled jars of 250g minimum, per product presented.
Oils : 3 labelled bottles, per product presented
Olives : 2 jars or cans fully preserved of 200g minimum, per product presented
Olive-based specialities : 2 or more units for a minimum total weight of 200g
Oils (not olive) : 2 labelled bottles, per product presented
Jams, compotes, fruit specialties : 2 labelled jars of 150g minimum, per product presented.
Vinegars : 2 labelled bottles, per product presented
Whisky - Whiskey - Bourbon : 2 labelled bottles, per product presented
Spices and condiments : 2 identical units, per product presented.
Gingerbread : 2 identical units, per product presented.
Syrups : 2 identical units, per product presented.
Pale Ale : 3 labelled bottles, per product presented
Brown & Dark Ale : 3 labelled bottles, per product presented
Amber & Red Ale : 3 labelled bottles, per product presented
Lager : 3 labelled bottles, per product presented
Stout/porter : 3 labelled bottles, per product presented
Wheat : 3 labelled bottles, per product presented
Flavoured Beer : 3 labelled bottles, per product presented
Speciality Beer : 3 labelled bottles, per product presented
Mexican Brandies : 2 labelled bottles, per product presented
Soju-Shochu : 2 labelled bottles, per product presented
Baijiu : 2 labelled bottles, per product presented
Gin : 2 labelled bottles, per product presented
Vodka : 2 labelled bottles, per product presented
Cachaça : 2 labelled bottles, per product presented
Anise-Flavoured : 2 labelled bottles, per product presented
Creams & Liqueurs : 2 labelled bottles, per product presented
Sherry Wines : 2 labelled bottles, per product presented
Wine-Based Drinks : 2 labelled bottles, per product presented
Non-Alcoholic Beer : 3 labelled bottles, per product presented
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What should we write on the package for Customs?

The shipping and customs fees must be paid by the sender.
Choose "incoterm" : DDP Delivered Duty Paid.
Specify in all your documents: "Value in customs 0.5 euros per product. Samples for tasting purposes only, no commercial value."
CAUTION : Make sure that the total shipment value remains below 20 € (20 $). If not, you will pay additional customs fees.
Avoid using DHL; they often charge additional customs duties.

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