Indiana competition had international flavor – Brief Article
Nearly 3,300 wines from 15 countries competed at the Indy International in July. Seventy judges from France and North America evaluated the entries at the nation’s third largest wine competition.
Best of Show went to Valdivieso 2000 Single Vineyard Reserve Cabernet franc from Santiago, Chile. Best White was awarded to St. Supery Vineyards & Winery’s 2002 Napa Valley Sauvignon blanc, and Rodney Strong Vineyards won Best Red with its 1999 Alden Vineyards Cabernet Sauvignon. France’s Champagne Pommery’s 1996 Grand Cru won Best Sparkling Wine and Blandy’s of Portugal took Best Dessert Wine for its Malmsey/Bual.
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