Swedish Hill Wins it’s 22nd Gold Medal at California’s New World International
Swedish Hill Winery is proud to announce the addition of two new Gold Medals to it’s accolades from Jerry Mead’s New World International Wine Competition (NWIWC) in California.
The NWIWC is the only competition in America to highlight the best wines from each price class against each other to determine an overall best of variety or type. The NWIWC is open to wines produced anywhere in the “New World,” including all of North America, Central America, and South America, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa.
Winning a Gold Medal for the 2012 Dry Riesling and a Double Gold for the Spumante Blush, Swedish Hill is staying on course to maintain its reputation as one of the Finger Lake’s most award-winning wineries as it has already won 22 Gold Medals in 2014.
Both the 2012 Dry Riesling and Spumante Blush now total eight Gold Medals each. Those Golds include four Double Golds and a “Best of Class” for the 2012 Dry Riesling and three Double Golds and two “Best of Class” awards for the Spumante Blush.
Swedish Hill Winery also won two Silver and four Gold Medals at the NWIWC.