IWSC

AcronymDefinition
IWSCInternational Wine and Spirit Competition
IWSCInstitute of Wood Science (UK)
IWSCInternational Workshop on Structural Control (civil infrastructure)
IWSCIndependent Wire Strand Core
IWSCInternational Water and Sanitation Centre
IWSCIntelliware Solutions Company
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14 October 2016 - UK-based whisky event organiser IWSC Group has acquired the US-based whiskey event Whisky Extravaganza, the company said.
Altogether the IWSC receives entries from 90 countries across the globe to determine the best and encourage recognition for quality products.
Altogether, the IWSC receives entries from 90 countries across the globe to determine the best and encourage recognition for quality products.
This is the sixth time the luxury distillery, along the banks of the Eerste River near Stellenbosch, has won the IWSC Worldwide Best Brandy trophy and it continues to excel in other competitions around the world too.
Widely regarded as the world's most consistent and comprehensive wine and spirit competition, the IWSC sets the benchmark for international quality.
The warm weather has been a big disappointment for winter sports athletes who have a training base in the IWSC, he says.
Glayva's secret mix of the finest Scotch whisky and ingredients sourced from all over the world has seen it win the IWSC trophy five times.
A warm, subtle whisky that combines premium Islay and Speyside malts, The Inverarity Blend collected a IWSC Silver Medal in 2005.
The IWSC is the largest and most prestigious wine competition in the world.
Cupcake is an IWSC Bronze winner which uses malolactic fermentation as well as leaving the wine 'sur lie', then ageing it for nine months in American oak.
THE MIDAS TOUCH: Some of the IWSC winners awarded Gold.
com) AN award-winning whiskey selected by drinks expert Ewan Lacey for the IWSC (International Wine & Spirit Competition), this small-batch blend is matured in rum casks for added spice.