Dallas Morning News TEXSOM Wine Competition
The Dallas Morning News TEXSOM Wine Competition is a prestigious international wine competition that began in 1985. It is co-sponsored by the Dallas Morning News and TEXSOM, the Texas Sommeriliers Association. The 2014 competition had over 2,700 entries representing 27 states and 20 foreign countries.
The judging panel consists of highly respected people who work with wine professionally on a daily basis - restaurateurs, wine stewards, retail wine buyers, wine and food writers, and enologists (those that study the art and science of wine making) - as well as a few very knowledgeable consumers.
In 2014, Presque Isle Wine Cellars earned the following medals:
- Eskimo Kisses 2011 - Gold
- Noiret 2012 - Silver
- Dornfelder 2011 - Silver
- Creekside Concord - Bronze
- Marquette 2012 - Bronze
- Vignoles 2011 - Bronze
- Pinot Gris 2011 - Bronze
- Riesling 2012 - Bronze
- Pink Catawba NV - Bronze
In 2013, Presque Isle Wine Cellars earned the following medals:
- Eskimo Kisses 2011 - Silver
- Blushing Heron NV - Bronze
- Reflections of Lake Erie NV - Bronze
Presque Isle Wine Cellars' Wines are consistently winning awards and medals in every competition we enter. Taste what the judges have identified as exemplary wine. Visit our online wine store to discover the varieties we offer, and have it shipped right to your door.