Ledger David Cellars gains recognition at the 2014 SavorNW Wine Awards
The annual SavorNW Wine Awards are designed to showcase Northwest wines and promote awareness of our great Pacific Northwest wine regions. The SavorNW contest is a professional, single-blind judging of wines from all over the Pacific Northwest. Ledger David submitted 6 wines for consideration this year, and over 550 bottles were evaluated at the February 2014 event. “Judges are instructed that any medal in our competition should be an above-average example of Northwest wine making,” said Gary Hayes, Executive Director of the SavorNW Wine Awards. Silver Medals are above-average wines with distinctive character and Gold Medal wines are above-average wines with exceptional character.
Here’s how Ledger David wines fared:
- Tempranillo ‘10 – Gold Medal
- Primoris (Chenin Blanc) ‘12 – Silver Medal
- Sauvignon Blanc ‘12 – Silver Medal
- Chardonnay ‘11 – Silver Medal
- Sangiovese ‘11 – Silver Medal
- Cabernet Franc ‘11 – Silver Medal
We’re proud to have received medals on all of our submissions. This marks the first Gold Medal (and fourth medal overall) for our 7-month-old Tempranillo ’10 – and yes, we’re happy with that recognition!
Taste these award-winners and other estate wines at our Le Petit Tasting Room in Central Point (open Oct.-April, Thurs. through Mon., noon-5pm and May-Sept. daily noon-5pm) next to Rogue Creamery and Lillie Belle Farms. Visit www.ledgerdavid.com for more information on purchasing wines and to find out how you can join the Primoris Wine Club.
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