Lexington, KY, November 19, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Acres of Land Winery, in Richmond, Kentucky, was awarded two medals in the American Wine Society’s Commercial Wine Competition held November 8th through 10th in Rochester, New York.
Acres of Land Winery received a silver medal for their Willie Mae’s Blackberry wine, a sweet dessert wine with an intense blackberry flavor. A bronze medal was awarded for the Russell Land Chambourcin reserve, known for its complex flavor profile of dark cherry, spice and herbs.
The judging panel consisted of American Wine Society certified wine judges. These judges are AWS members who have completed three years of wine judge training and have been specifically selected to judge this event. Wines were judged on characteristics such as clarity, color, aroma, mouth-feel, and taste.
Acres of Land Winery is owned by Lowell and Katherine Land and located on the family farm in Richmond, Kentucky. The Tasting Room is open seven days a week. For more information, please visit the website at http://www.acresoflandwinery.com/index.asp
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