• Where do I send my entries?
  • When should I ship my entries?
  • When is the deadline for all entries?
  • When do our entries need to be at a consolidation point?
  • Do I need to put stickers on the box and bottles?
  • How many bottles do I need to submit, and why?
  • A new person has taken over at our winery/distillery; how do I log into my account?
  • What does ‘brand name’ mean on the entry form?
  • Can I add or edit my entries?
  • For New York State Wineries ONLY; Do I have to be a member of the New York Wine and Grape Foundation to use the discount code?
  • Is the competition open to the public?
You can send your submissions to:
1332 Pittsford-Mendon Rd, Mendon, NY 14506
You should ship your product as soon as possible, weather permitting. As soon as your product arrives it is stored in a temperature-controlled cellar.
US and International (excluding Canada) deadline is May 17, 2024.
Canadian deadline is May 3, 2024.
We will be picking up all entries at the consolidation point during the week of May 20th 2024.
Only if you are outside the United States.
For wine submissions, four bottles are required per entry. Spirit submissions require two bottles per entry.
By entering the FLIWC, your product is not only tasted and recognized by certified judges picked from all over the country, it also has the opportunity to be featured in our Wine & Spirits Auction Gala which raises much needed funds for Camp Good Days.
Call our office at 1-800-785-2135 and we will be able to assist you with your log-in.
You should write the EXACT name that is on the bottle.
Yes. First, log into your profile; to edit, click on "All Registrations", then click on the purple icon at the end of the entry, then change the entry and save.
To add an entry, click on "Register Wine and Spirits", enter the entry, and submit.
No, any New York licensed winery submitting wines made from grapes are eligible.
No, but you may purchase tickets to the attend Wine & Spirits Auction Gala to see/taste the featured wines and support Camp Good Days' mission to enrich the lives of those affected by cancer or sickle cell anemia.