Competitions and Awards

We send our wines to various national and international competitions every year. Below are the competitions we have competed in, and the awards won in each.

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U.S. National Wine Competition

The U.S. National Wine Competition recognizes excellence in winemaking by awarding medals to wines produced in any of the 50 U.S. states. Each wine is judged on its own merits by experienced judges from the wine industry, wine journalism, wine trade & restaurants.

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International Women’s Wine Competition

Women choose and buy 8 out of every 10 bottles of wine that are drunk at home. This statistic produced a competition judged entirely by women, thus helping professional wine buyers and consumers identify wines that women enjoy.

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Eastern States Exposition – The Big E

The Big E – the sixth largest agricultural fair in the country – serves as the de facto state fair for all six of the New England states. The Big E is held every autumn in West Springfield, Massachusetts.

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Finger Lakes International Wine Competition

More than 60 national and international judges take part in this competition that includes over 3,000 wines from 19 countries and all 50 United States.

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Indy International Wine Competition

The INDY is the largest scientifically organized and independent wine competition in the United States, the world’s largest wine market. Nearly 3,000 entries from 15 countries and 40 United States are evaluated by 50 judges.

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International Eastern Wine Competition

The IEWC, one of the largest and longest-running wine competitions in North America, is judged by knowledgeable wine professionals and media, and includes the Riesling Championship, honoring the best Riesling of the competition.

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