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Twin Pomegranates Wine Takes Bronze
Published March 21, 2011
SFGate.com by PRWeb
Twin Pomegranates Wine took bronze at the 23rd Annual Florida State Fair International Wine Competition for their Pomegranate White Wine Blend. The 2011 Florida State Fair International Wine Competition received over 1,283 entries from 34 states and 9 countries. The Pomegranate White Wine Blend placed in the Flavored Fruit/and or Grape-Rose category. "To most, winning a bronze isn't as exciting as taking home the gold. But to us, winning a bronze for our first-ever pomegranate/white wine blend is equally as awesome! Credit goes to our winemaker Karl Wright for his talent and ability to turn something ordinary into something extraordinary." -Nick Davis, Co-Owner
Twin Pomegranates White Wine Blend was released last September. Twin Pomegranates Wine made a blended wine to help bridge the gap between a grape wine and a pomegranate wine. "Nice amber color looks like fall--orangey hue, like honey. On the nose of this you get pomegranate but you get autumn, fresh crispy leaves on the ground, honey and fresh herbs, like lavender, more of a floral nose to it." --Tony Brueski, TheTasteSpot.com
Twin Pomegranates Wine makes three pomegranate wines: a 100% Pomegranate Table Wine, Pomegranate White Wine Blend and a 100% Pomegranate Sparkling Wine. To keep up on all the latest Twin Pomegranates Wine news follow them on Facebook or Twitter. For more information please contact Tori Kline Public Relations Director at (559) 901-6755 or tori(at)twinpoms(dot)com
About Twin Pomegranates Wine:
Twin brothers, Nick and Brian Davis established Twin Pomegranates Wine in 2008. They are fourth generation farmers, born and raised in California's Central Valley. Twin Pomegranates Wines are made from 100% California grown pomegranates. The company believes it is important to maintain the value and integrity of the fruit in order to maintain the beauty and health benefits for which the pomegranate is well known. For additional information, you may visit the web site at www.twinpomegranates.com.