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Mystic Hills receives multiple awards in ‘Harvest Terroir Challenge’ 

Mystic Hills receives multiple awards in 'Harvest Terroir Challenge'

Mystic Hills Vineyard owner Joel Cox.

–Wine Competitions Management & Productions has announced the results of their ‘Harvest Terroir Challenge‘ for 2020.

The challenge rates a wine’s terroir with other wines of the same appellation. A medal here not only gives a wine prestige and selling power, but it also adds talking points in the retail room. Judges awarded a total of 22 Best of Show (AVA) awards, 69 Best of Class designations, and 161 gold medals.

Local winery Mystic Hills Vineyard received a Double Gold award for its 2015 Mystic Hills Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon Monterey County/San Luis Obispo County, a Gold award for its 2015 Mystic Hills Vineyard Gran Trio Meritage Monterey County/San Luis Obispo County, and a Double Gold Best of Class award for its 2015 Mystic Hills Vineyard Unforgiven Meritage Monterey County/San Luis Obispo County.

Full results are posted at winecompetitions.com.

 



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