A very interesting article by Anne Spiselman of chicagobusiness.com about...
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The Indy International Wine Competition is about to start. The 2010 version is by far the largest scientifically organized & independent wine competition in the United States. More than 3,000 commercial entries from 12 countries and 39 US states will be evaluated by 80 distinguished judges who are wine writers ...Read More
A great event for fruit wine everywhere just happened recently at the Pacific Northwest Summit wine competition. For the first time, a fruit wine wines a “Best of Region” award in a major wine competition. Forbidden Fruit Winery with their “Pomme Desiree, Iced Apple Wine, Similkameen Valley, British Columbia” won ...Read More
The winners of the very popular 2009 Spring Okanagan Wine Festival are out and once again it was a great year for all the wineries of BC and also very much so a stellar year for the province’s fruit wines. The winners of this prestigious competition represents the “best of ...Read More
The ninth annual Platinum Judging for at WINE PRESS NORTHWEST Magazine just ended. This well known wine competition attempts to identify some of the best of the best in the Great Northwest region. By far, this was the largest judging so far, as a total of 329 entries were entered ...Read More
The results are in at the New Zealand bi-annual fruit winemaker and cidermaker wine competition. The winners are: Best Red Fruit Wine Trophy Sentry Hill Wines – Garrison Red Dry Best Sparkling Fruit Wine Trophy Cottage Wines – Sparkling Boysenberry Best White Fruit Wine Trophy Pukeko Grove Boutique Winery – ...Read More
Field Stone Fruit Wines, a Strathmore winery located east of Calgary that makes wines from its own crops of fruit and berries, recently won awards at two North American wine competitions. Field Stone’s new Strawberry-Rhubarb Table Wine won the bronze medal in the Non Grape/Fruit Wine category at the North ...Read More