2019 New Orleans International Wine Competition: Gold Medal for 2017 Miro Cellars Zinfandel Hemar Vineyard
The New Orleans International Wine Competition, in its second year in 2019, set a very high standard last year for evaluation and reward for wines from around the globe. Wines entered are placed into classes which describe their varietal components, their points of origin, their pricing, and their styles. No wine will be classified and compared to other wines that are not comparable to the entry.
Besides assuring the fairness of the evaluations and the competition among the wines, The New Orleans International Wine Awards has taken great care in selecting competent, experienced and knowledgeable professional judges. These men and women were chosen from among restaurateurs, winemakers, sommeliers, wine journalists, and wine industry personnel.
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