Each spring, we submit many of our wines to a variety of national and international wine competitions. With 2020 proving to be a challenging year for all, we were thrilled to learn that we have won four medals at this year's Fingerlakes International Wine Competition.
Our homegrown hero, 2018 Estate Chambourcin received a gold medal at this year's competition, which excites us immensely. This bold, dry red wine features dark fruit and sweet tartiness of blackberry, smokiness that goes so well with grilled and smoked dishes. If you have not tried it already, we invite you to buy a bottle for your next summer cookout.
Additionally, our other medal winners include bronze medals for Enchantment Vineyards 2018 Syrah and 2018 Merlot, plus a silver medal for our Native Red Bordeaux blend. As fans of dry red wines, our efforts have been validated on an international stage alongside so many other great winemakers. We are thrilled to receive these honors alongside vineyards and winemakers from all over the world.
Held each year as a fundraiser for Camp Good Days, Finger Lakes is one of the largest international wine competitions. It features some of the biggest names in vineyards and winemaking. Camp Good Days provides camping experiences in upstate New York to children who have cancer. To learn more about these organizations, please visit Camp Good Days online.