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SOURCE Planet Bordeaux
NEW YORK, May 29, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Planet Bordeaux wines – representing Bordeaux and Bordeaux Superieur AOCs – shined during the 75th Los Angeles International Wine Competition. Judged for their quality at several price points, 24 gold medals, 49 silver medals, and 32 bronze medals were awarded, along with 9 medals for packaging. The wines entered in the competition were divided by appellation, then by style (oaked or unoaked) and finally by price ($15 and under, $15 and up).
The Los Angeles International Wine Competition is the oldest wine competition in the U.S. In 2009, they partnered with the Bordeaux and Bordeaux Superieur Winemakers' Association to establish a division that would showcase the quality and diversity of white, rose and red wines from the Bordeaux and Bordeaux Superieur appellations.
This year's judging panel consisted of Bernard Burtschy, Wine Columnist of Le Figaro, Rene Chazottes, Master Sommelier and Wine Director of Pacific Club, Deborah Parker Wong, Northern California Editor of Tasting Panel Magazine, and Mark Newman, Wine Consultant, as Head Judge for the competition. The following eight gold medal-winning wines were also awarded "Best of Class" in their category:
Gold-medal winning wines will be displayed and tasted during LA's Wine, Spirits, Beer and Food Festival Cheers on June 21st and at the Los Angeles County Fair, which will take place August 29th – September 28th. For the complete list of competition winners please click here.
ABOUT PLANET BORDEAUX
Planet Bordeaux, the U.S. marketing program of the Bordeaux and Bordeaux Superieur AOCs Winemakers' Association, represents all wines produced in the regional appellations. Planet Bordeaux's new generation of winemakers offer fresh ways for people to rediscover and enjoy high quality, terroir-driven and accessibly priced wines from Bordeaux, the world's capital of fine wine.
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