District residents judge the top releases from the Heathcote wine region during the second annual Heathcote Wine Show on the weekend.July 30, 2014 3:29am
District residents will be able to cast their verdict on top releases from the Heathcote wine region during the second annual Heathcote Wine Show on the weekend.
A public tasting of more than 240 wines entered in the show will be held before the awards dinner on Saturday at Heathcote RSL, for $20 a head.
Wine show committee chairman Graeme Quigley said the tasting from 4pm to 6pm was a chance for people to sample new releases from the region.
‘‘Our judging panel will have spent the previous two days assessing entries and determining gold, silver and bronze medals, as well as trophies for the best shiraz, best vineyard and the premier award the Heathcote Grand Terroir,’’ Mr Quigley said.
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