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Amateur Wine Entry
2017 Amateur Wine Competition
Amateur Wine Entry Rules
A. An amateur is one who makes wine as a hobby.
B. Danish System of Judging, Gold, Silver and Bronze Medals offered per class.
C. An amateur is 21 years of age and over who does not have an enology degree, nor works in a winery in any winemaking capacity, and no part of his livelihood is derived from commercial wine production.
D. A written critique of each wine will be available to the exhibitor of the wine.
E. An entry consists of two bottles of your wine.
F. Label: Identify bottle with exhibitor name, class number & wine type prior to delivery.
G. The judging bottles should not have a "cork topper" or foil. Display and label contest bottle can be finished with foil top.
H. Percent residual sugar in the wine must be listed on the entry form.
I. Exhibits that are not picked up within the release time will be discarded
Entries open August 1, 2017
2017 Amateur Label Winners
|FIRST PLACE: 2013 Hat Trick Cab Sauv||Gary Comstock|
|SECOND PLACE: 2013 Estate Pinot Noir||Steve Perkins|
|THIRD PLACE: Zinfiandel Collage Label||James & Bill Paterson|
|FIRST PLACE: 2013 Brows & Stache||Mato Herceg & Tony Dimond|
|SECOND PLACE: 2013 Chateu- Moo-ray||Murray & Taybi|
|THIRD PLACE: 2012 Plymouth Court||Remo Morelli|
2016 Amateur Sweepstakes Winners
Joseph Hansen, Petite Sirah, 2013
2016 Finest Red Amateur Wine
Bob Bennett, Chardonnay, 2013
2016 Finest White Amateur Wine
2015 Amateur Wine Competition
2014 Amateur Wine Competition
2014 Amateur Label Competition & Sweepstakes Winners
2013 Amateur Wine Competition