Local wines win national awards

A selection of wines from two South Hams wineries have won silver and bronze medals at the WineGB Awards 2022

By Richard Harding   |   Kingsbridge and Ivybridge reporter   |
Monday 27th June 2022 1:46 pm
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Two South Hams wineries have scooped a number of medals at the WineGB Awards 2022.

Calancombe Estate near Modbury won silver for it’s Calancombe Estate Blanc des Noirs and Vintage Reserve still white.

Sandridge Barton Wines which produces Sharpham Wine won silver for it’s Dart Valley Reserve still white and Pinot Noir Rose.

They also won bronze for their Estate Selection still white and their Pinot Noir Red.

In all Devon wineries scooped 15 medals. It was the highest number of entries in this year’s competition, with 11 newcomers. 48 per cent of the medals were awarded for sparkling wines and 52 per cent for still wine. Almost every county in England and Wales is represented

This year saw a record number of entries, with well over 100 producers entering, 11 of these for the first time.

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