Four Wineries Share Elite Honors in First Kentucky Commonwealth Competition

Posted by administrator on August 05, 2013  /   Posted in News

FRANKFORT, Ky. — Wineries from Paducah, Lexington, Versailles, and rural Warren County took the most coveted honors at the inaugural Kentucky Commonwealth Commercial Wine Competition in July in Louisville. The Paducah Peach wine from Purple Toad Winery of Paducah won the Commissioner’s Cup as the Best Sweet Wine and earned one of two double gold

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Posted by administrator on March 20, 2013  /   Posted in News

*About the 2013 San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition Hosted by the San Francisco Chronicle, this is the largest competition of American Wines in the World and is recognized for its participation by the most distinguished judges in the country.  More than 60 judges, including winemakers, sommeliers, wine educators, bloggers, and members of the media, evaluated

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Don’t Forget the Wine! Pairing Kentucky Wine with Thanksgiving Dinner

Posted by administrator on November 21, 2012  /   Posted in News

Here in Kentucky and around the nation, Thursday is Thanksgiving; one of only a handful of days throughout the year where gluttony is not only socially accepted, but fervently encouraged. In spite of trudging through crowded airports and sitting idly on congested interstates only to arrive at a house crammed beyond capacity with people you may

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Elk Creek’s Tayshaun Prince Wine Bottle Release Will Benefit KDA’s Child Nutrition Program

Posted by administrator on September 12, 2012  /   Posted in News

FRANKFORT, Ky. — Tayshaun Prince, the former University of Kentucky basketball star, will help launch a commemorative wine bottle that will benefit the Kentucky Department of Agriculture’s child nutrition program. Elk Creek Vineyards of Owenton will release the first of its True Blue Legends wine bottle series in honor of Prince, the Southeastern Conference Player

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