Ledger David Cellars – Vineyard and Winery in Southern Oregon

Harvest Season Produces an Exciting Crop of New Wine Awards

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While the vineyard crew is busy bringing in the grapes that will ultimately produce wines for our 2015 vintage, past vintages and current releases are gaining new recognition this month by a number of noteworthy publications. We’re proud to share the results of our latest ‘crop’ of wine awards with you. Look for the October 2015 issues of these publications, which hit newsstands this month.

Ledger David 2013 Malbec, “Best Malbec”
SIP Northwest Magazine’s ‘Best of the Northwest’

Ledger David 2012 Tempranillo, Silver Winner
Sunset Magazine’s Int’l Wine Competition, Sunset Buying Guide

Ledger David 2014 Sauvignon Blanc, ‘Best Wine Under $25’
Portland Monthly Magazine’s, “Oregon’s Best Wines Under $25

Other recent wine awards include:

Ledger David 2014 Sauvignon Blanc – 92 Points, ‘Editor’s Choice’
“Fermented in stainless steel and one neutral barrel, this aromatic and compelling wine is clean, fresh and full of delicious fruit.” – Editor Paul Gregutt

Ledger David 2013 Primoris Chenin Blanc – 91 Points, ‘Editor’s Choice’
“Chenin Blanc is quite rare in Oregon, and this wine, from vines planted just five years previously, may inspire others to follow suit…The balance and length are just right and the varietal character is in evidence throughout.” – Editor Paul Gregutt

Ledger David 2013 Malbec, Gold Winner
Oregon Wine Experience, August 2015

2013 Petit Verdot, Silver Winner
Oregon Wine Experience, August 2015

2014 Primoris Chenin Blanc, Silver Winner
Oregon Wine Experience, August 2015

In addition, Ledger David’s Dark Night red blend was also recently reviewed by notable wine blogger Michael Chelus of Nittany Epicurean, just in time for the new 2013 vintage to arrive!

Cheers to past, current and future vintages!