Similkameen wineries win at BC wine awards

Earlier this week, the BC Wine Awards were held. The Similkameen won 10 BC Wine Awards collectively.

  • Oct. 6, 2014 12:00 p.m.

Earlier this week, the BC Wine Awards were held. The Similkameen won 10 BC Wine Awards collectively, nine from Similkameen Wineries Association members.

Similkameen wineries took the following:

Clos du Soleil  – Three bronze medals for their Celestiale and Saturn and a silver medal for their Signature.

Eau Vivre – (four medals) – A bronze for their Malbec and Cabernet Franc, a silver for their Cinq Blanc and a gold for their Riesling.

Robin Ridge – (two medals) – A gold for their Gamay and a bronze for their Big Bird Meritage.

Corcelettes also won a bronze for their Menhir.

All the results can be viewed here:

 

http://www.thewinefestivals.com/wine_awards/british-columbia-wine-awards/british-columbia-wine-awards-winners/

 

 

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