It’s What’s Inside that Counts for Northwest Cellars with Strong Performance at Seattle Wine Awards
The Northwest winery collects 6 medals at this year’s prestigious Seattle Wine Awards; including two Double Gold Grand Awards of Excellence.
Seattle, WA (PRWEB) May 30, 2013
Northwest Cellars, producers of high-quality and affordable wine available with custom wine labels, continues to collect accolades for more than just their popular exteriors. In fact, Washington State’s best wine recognition program recently saw fit to bestow 6 medals upon Northwest Cellars at its 2013 Seattle Wine Awards, which included two designations of “best of the best.”
The Seattle Wine Awards prestige comes from their impressive tasting panel of top local and national wine professionals. These professionals consist of highly respected sommeliers, wine buyers, directors and journalists, whose thorough wine evaluations are widely known to be thoughtful and of the highest integrity.
The wines were presented to the experienced Tasting Panel in a single blind format along with other wines that reflected similar prices, with panelists knowing only the varietal. The Panel employed a 20-point system to score each wine, awarding Double Gold, Gold, Silver and Bronze Grand Awards of Excellence. These honors are of the highest recognition wineries can earn in Washington State.
The complete list of medals for Northwest Cellars at the 2013 Seattle Wine Awards: DOUBLE GOLD for 2011 Sonatina and 2011 Viognier; SILVER for 2007 Fortissimo; and BRONZE for 2009 Intrigue, 2009 Syrah, and 2009 Petit Verdot.
Northwest Cellars keeps on proving that they are more than just their popular customizable wine label program by continuing to rack up wine awards from all across the country. It is true that their designers can help to turn logos, photos and wording into works of art that are ideal for special events and fundraisers, but clearly the wine speaks for itself.
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