Wine wins international prize

Ingrid Bates.

Ingrid Bates. - Credit: Sub

A WINE produced at a North Somerset vineyard has been given an international award.

Dunleavy Vineyard is based in Wrington and its pinot noir won bronze at the International Wine Challenge after being praised for its fresh aroma and lively flavours.

The competition had more than 13,000 entries from around the world.

Vineyard owner Ingrid Bates said: “It makes the years of hard work leading up to this feel worthwhile. We thought this wine was great but it’s nice to have it confirmed by the judges.

“After the lovely summer this year, I can’t wait to see what our 2014 release gets.”


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Dunleavy Vineyard is based in Wrington and its pinot noir won bronze at the International Wine Challenge after being praised for its fresh aroma and lively flavours.

The competition had more than 13,000 entries from around the world.

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Vineyard owner Ingrid Bates said: “It makes the years of hard work leading up to this feel worthwhile. We thought this wine was great but it’s nice to have it confirmed by the judges.

“After the lovely summer this year, I can’t wait to see what our 2014 release gets.”

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