RICHMOND, Va. (WTVR) –Virginia wineries continue to gain national and international recognition, and 10 vineyards recently won awards at the 2012 San Francisco International Wine Competition.
The competition, held in June 2012, is the largest international wine competition in America, with more than 4,500 wines from 26 U.S. States and 29 countries competing.
“Just as last year, a number of Virginia wines scored highly against more than 4500 other wines and were awarded double gold, gold, silver, and bronze medals,” said Governor Bob McDonnell in a press release. “The First Lady and I congratulate all of our wineries and wine makers for their accomplishments and for helping raise the Virginia wine industry to higher levels.”
Luca Paschina and Barboursville Vineyards won the ‘Best of Show’ for their 2007 Malvaxia Passito. Doug Flemer and his team at Ingleside Vineyards won ‘Best of Varietal’ for their 2007 Petite Verdot.
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