Frankfort, KY- In yet another strong showing of Kentucky’s ever-evolving wine industry, the Commonwealth took home 25 medals between eight wineries at the Wines of the South competition in Knoxville, Tennessee Sept. 30-Oct 1. Purple Toad, Eddy Grove and Acres of Land Wineries each secured a Gold Medal finish in the competition that included wine
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Over two hundred Kentucky wines were entered into the 2011 Kentucky State Fair Commercial Wine Competition held on Saturday, August 13 at the Fair and Expo Center in Louisville, KY. Twenty-one Kentucky wineries earned 112 medals, including 31 gold medals. Two gold medals each were awarded to Forest Edge Winery of Shepherdsville, MillaNova Winery of
FRANKFORT, Ky. — Two Kentucky wineries earned gold medals and a total of 11 were honored at the Indy International Wine Competition Aug. 3-5 in West Lafayette, Ind. “Kentucky is being recognized as a major producer of quality wines,” Agriculture Commissioner Richie Farmer said. “Congratulations to all the Kentucky wineries that competed at this prestigious
Park City, KY – Cave Valley Winery, the newest addition to Park Mammoth Resort will celebrate its Grand Opening Saturday June 25, 2011, serving Kentucky proud regional wines. Pre-Grand Opening activities include breakfast, lunch, shooting sports and golf with a special wine tasting in The Tasting Room followed by dinner outside under the winery tent.
Lexington, Kentucky, June 22, 2011 — The James Beard Foundation has long been recognized as the driving force in the discovery and promotion of top chefs and emerging food ways in the United States. Its mission is to celebrate, preserve, and nurture all of the many facets food plays in American culture. The Foundation maintains