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News from Bonnie Preece:
"The Wait Is Over........Wine Maker Ron Barr and I have chosen our KIWI BLENDS...
We are proud to announce that Kiwi-Peach and Strawberry-Kiwi are the new blends exclusive to Rush Creek Wines!
'Arctic Kiwi' is grown at Whitecrest Mushrooms, located in the Dorchester area off number 73 Elgin Road. Murray and his staff were as anxious as we were to see how this delicious tasting fruit, would work into wine. The answer, 'very successfully'!
Both blends are 16.95 per 750 ml bottle.
We do have a waiting list and honour those customers first upon putting out our production. This is a LIMITED EDITION!
Once we sell these cases that will be the end until fall or early winter.
For reservations of this bottle please call 519 773-5432
or contact us here
It gives me a great deal of pleasure to inform you that our 2015 competition held in Rochester, New York has awarded you a MEDAL for the following wine
Medal: SILVER Class: Flavoured Wines
Brand: Decadence Appellation: Lake Erie North Shore
Estate: Rush Creek Wines Grape Variety: Strawberry Chocolate
In this, our 15th year, 73 judges, all with national and international credentials, from multiple markets in Argentina, Australia, Chile, France, Germany, Israel, Italy, the United States and other wine regions of the world judged 3708 wines. In perhaps their tightest competition ever, the Finger Lakes International Judges were able to award 108 Double Gold and 108 Gold, Silver & Bronze medals in the judging. Entries arrived from 27 countries, 50 states, and 6 provinces in Canada.
Again, I congratulate you on your medals and thank you for participating in the competition.
David G. Male
RUSH CREEK WINES WINS
ITS FIRST INTERNATIONAL WINE MAKING MEDAL UNDER NEW WINE MAKER RON BARR
In only eight months of making wine and I mean making 14 different kinds and approximately 900 to 2100 bottles of each flavour from scratch I was fortunate to win a “Silver” medal in my first ever entry into a major International Wine Competition. This Finger Lakes Competition that we entered is one of the toughest in the world and to win a “silver” medal on the International Stage and scrutinized by dozens and dozens of brilliant wine minds, is such a great start to a career I find fascinating. I write a wine blog at www.rushcreekwines.com if you wish to follow my life in wine. I am still on cloud nine!