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Posted on: March 1, 2019

Williamsburg Winery Wins Medals in Virginia Wineries Association Governor’s Cup® Wine Competition

Petite Fleur

The Williamsburg Winery recently announced that their Petite Fleur wine received a Gold Medal in the Virginia Wineries Association Governor’s Cup® Wine Competition. More than 500 wines were entered into this prestigious annual competition and only 68 received a Gold Medal. The Petite Fleur is a sweet and well balanced wine that offers apricot, peach, pear and melon notes along with a touch of tropical fruit and vanilla bean.

In addition to their Gold Medal, the Williamsburg Winery received more than one dozen medals in the 2019 Governor’s Cup®:

Silver Medals

  • 2017 Chardonnay, Acte 12 of 1619
  • 2017 Chardonnay, Stainless Steel Fermented
  • 2017 Albariño, Wessex Hundred
  • 2017 Petit Manseng
  • 2017 A Midsummer Night's White
  • 2016 Petit Verdot, Monticello, Limited Release
  • 2015 Adagio
  • 2015 Gabriel Archer Reserve
  • 2015 Tannat, Limited Release

Bronze Medals

  • 2017 Viognier
  • 2017 Viognier, Wessex Hundred
  • 2016 Petit Verdot, Wessex Hundred
  • 2015 Merlot Reserve
  • 2015 Petit Verdot Reserve

To view more information on the 2019 Governor’s Cup®, visit the website. You may view the original press release about Gold Medalists online.

The Williamsburg Winery is over 40 acres of vineyards, an on-site garden, a hotel and two restaurants, Café Provencal and the Gabriel Archer Tavern all set on Wessex Hundred, a 300-acre farm. The Williamsburg Winery opened in 1988 and is open year round. There are numerous sites on the property for group tastings, weddings and private events. Additionally, the Williamsburg Winery hosts a variety of special events throughout the year that are open to the public.

For more information about The Williamsburg Winery, visit their website or Facebook page.

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