2017 Miro Cellars Reserve Pine Mountain Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon Wins Gold Medal at Dan Berger International Wine Competition 2019

​The Competition:

After 34 years of conducting one of the nation’s most respected wine competitions, wine columnist/ journalist Dan Berger has changed the name of his former Riverside International Wine Competition.

In 2016, the event’s name changed to Dan Berger’s International Wine and Cider Competition which is now in its second year.

The list of twenty-four (24) internationally respected wine judges remains roughly the same, and the event’s carefully written rules — based on those created 50 years ago by Prof. Maynard Amerine at UC Davis — remain applicable and scientifically valid. As in the past, judges will evaluate with an eye to regional identity, using appellations to benefit both wineries and consumers.

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