Dallas Morning News/Texsom wine competition winners

The link is here — you can search the medals by category or download a PDF. My post, after judging the competition, noted: "Also impressive this year: The qualifications of the judges, which made the Wine Curmudgeon feel like a high school student at post-graduate seminar on particle physics."

One quick recommendation: The Ken Forrester Petit Chenin Blanc from South Africa, which retails for about $12. My panel gave it a silver medal — crisp, clean, refreshing and throughly well-made, with lots of green apple. If I can find it for $10, it's in the Hall of Fame.

5 thoughts on “Dallas Morning News/Texsom wine competition winners

  • By Alfonso - Reply

    nice likeness of you in the Salut insert

  • By Jeff Siegel - Reply

    Have not seen it yet. Will wait with baited breath to pick it up tomorrow. Will it make me a star?

  • By Alfonso - Reply

    let’s just say, you are very recognizable…

  • By Ann Bartholomew - Reply

    They also made the list of wines in a Word document, for those of us trying to save on space. 🙂
    Look forward to picking up my copy of Salut @ The Dallas Wine & Food Festival on April 29th…

  • By Jeff Siegel - Reply

    Ann, what did you think of my picture? Did I look curmudgeonly enough?

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