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Sunday, July 27, 2014

Virginia Wine Dominates Atlantic Seaboard Competition

Results are in from the 10th annual Atlantic Seaboard Wine Competition, and Virginia dominated with 12 of 35 Best of Category honors, two of which went to Cooper Vineyards (Norton and Petit Verdot). Over 570 wines from 10 states were evaluated by judges from around the country. Virginia claimed 32 gold, 60 silver, and 62 bronze medals.

Paws up to Virginia's Best in Category Producers:

Cabernet Sauvignon
2012 Cabernet Sauvignon by Paradise Springs Winery
Chardonel
2013 Chardonel by James River Cellars
Chardonnay
2012 Chardonnay by The Winery at Bull Run
Fruit Wine
2013 Cherry by Morais Vineyards & Winery
Merlot
2012 Merlot by Fox Meadow Winery
Other Red Hybrid/NA Varietals
2012 Norton by Cooper Vineyards
Other Red Vinifera Varietals
2012 Pinotage by Horton Cellars Winery
Other White Vinifera Varietals
2013 Republic by Democracy Vineyards
Petit Verdot
2012 Petit Verdot by Cooper Vineyards
Sauvignon Blanc
2013 Sauvignon Blanc by Trump Winery
Syrah/Shiraz
NV Shiraz by Altillo Vineyards
Vidal Blanc
2013 Joy White by Cross Keys Vineyards
Virginia Wine Dog Munchkin with Cooper Vineyards' Lucy and
Jacque Hogue during a 2011 visit

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