Kingsdale Wines has been awarded bronze at the 2021 Australian Single Vineyard Wine Show with its 2019 Autumn Harvest variety.
The bronze was secured with a score of 88 in the very competitive class of White, Sweet - Table Wine (Non Botrytised) any vintage.
The award was no easy feat, given competition against wines from all over the country. Kingsdale's 2019 Autumn Harvest is described as a "slightly sweeter fruity blend with a fresh finish."
It is also regarded as an easy drinking blend of Kingsdale's Semillon, Chardonnay and Viognier grapes. The award is an exciting one for the new owner of Kingsdale Wines, John Gebran. He recently purchased the vineyard from Howard and Elly Spark.
"John is well known for his traditional Lebanese restaurant - Gebran Lebanese Cuisine - based in South West Sydney," a spokesperson for Mr Gebran said.
"John has fallen in love with Goulburn and cannot wait to pursue Kingsdale Wines. He has many exciting things planned for the future of the winery."
Kingsdale Wines is temporarily closed to the public and will reopen when it is safe to do so. In the meantime, the community can keep an eye on the Winery's social media.
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