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The best wine in Wales

 
Created on 14/11/2016 @ 08:26
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Kerry Vale Vineyard collected the overall award for the best wine at the Welsh Vineyards Association’s (WVA) annual wine competition.

The vineyard’s Shropshire Lady/Solaris 2014 was named Wine of the Competition and received the The Thomas Davies Memorial Trophy. The vineyard also won the Halfpenny Green Salver and achieved a bronze award for its Lightly Oaked Red wine called Red Kite, named after the birds that fly over the vineyard.

Kerry Vale Vineyard, which is located between Montgomery and Churchstoke, is celebrating 17 awards and trophies since this summer.

Owner June Ferguson said: “This has been a fantastic year for us and we are thrilled to have picked up all of these awards. We work really hard to maintain our vineyard to a very high standard so we are producing the best possible quality grapes, which is really paying off. Our customers are recognising the high standard of wine we are producing and demanding more and more!”

Held at Llanerch Vineyard at Hensol in the Vale of Glamorgan, the competition saw 42 wines entered by nine vineyards ranging across Wales.

Visit www.kerryvalevineyard.co.uk for more information on the business.

PICTURE: Geoff and June Ferguson toast the success of Kerry Vale Vineyard.

 

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