Recognised for its outstanding achievements, Bolney Wine Estate has been named UK Wine Producer of the Year in the highly regarded International Wine and Spirit Competition 2012.
This prestigious award is an acknowledgment of the exceptional wines produced by Sussex based Bolney Wine Estate in the recent past.
“We’re absolutely thrilled to be named UK Producer of the Year by the IWSC,” says Sam Linter, Head Winemaker and Managing Director at Bolney Wine Estate. “We appreciate the rigour that goes into judging at the IWSC which makes this award all the more significant. To compete alongside big producers and win is a tremendous achievement and recognises the work of our highly skilled team. We now know we can stand amongst the best in the industry and continue to raise the bar on quality.
“Award wins, in particular those from the IWSC, are great news for the business and open many doors. They are regarded as an independent endorsement of high quality and help our customers and our consumers decide which wines to choose.”
This award comes hot on the heels of a spate of remarkable wins for the vineyard, most notably a ‘Gold Outstanding Medal’ at the IWSC for its Blanc de Blanc 2007 in May this year. Just this month its Cuveé Rosé won third place and the equivalent of a Gold Outstanding at the Prince Lev Golitsyn Specialised International Sparkling Competition in the Ukraine.
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