Whidbey Island Winery earns several top-mark medals at Seattle Wine Awards

Langley’s Whidbey Island Winery won multiple double gold, gold and silver medals in this year’s prestigious Seattle Wine Awards.

Past award-winners adorn the shelves at Whidbey Island Winery.

Langley’s Whidbey Island Winery won multiple double gold, gold and silver medals in this year’s prestigious Seattle Wine Awards.

Estate grown Siegerebbe won double gold, as did Dolcetto, and Cabernet Franc, with gold going to Pinot Gris and Grenache. Silver awards went to Malbec, Sangiovese and Rosato, a dry Rose’.

The wines were judged in April against nearly 1,250 other wines. The judges were wine professionals, composed of master sommeliers, wine directors, wine buyers, wine makers, sommeliers and masters of wine.

Whidbey Island Winery owner and winemaker Greg Osenbach said in a recent news release that “this recognition of continued excellence is an honor accepted with great pleasure.”

This year marks the business’s 29th of grape growing and its 25th of wine production and sales.

 

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