At the recent American Wine Society Competition, The Winery at Marjim Manor received six medals for the six wines it submitted.
Treasure Beyond Measure is a sweet
plum wine. It received a Double Gold medal.
It is ideal for pairing with spicy dishes such as Cajun, Asian, Mexican or Thai. It also goes well with gingerbread and other tangy desserts.
A Gold Medal went to Pear Made in Heaven. This wine is made with Bartlett Pears. It starts like a chardonnay and ends with a pear richness. It has been paired with a cheese course and poultry dishes.
The three newest wines all received Silver medals.
Once Upon a Time is a sparkling apple. Slice of Heaven is a sweet apple wine. Applegria is a blend of apple, pear and peach. Finally, Jewel in the Crown, a blend of apricot and white Catawba, received a bronze medal.
These wines join Katapalooza, Double Gold and Best Fruit Wine at the New York State Fair; 50 Windows, Gold medal and best of its class at the Pacific Rim Wine Competition; and Lady of the Manor, Gold medal at the Finger Lakes wine competition, as the 2014 stars.
The Winery at Marjim Manor is open 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. daily, with tastings from noon until 6 p.m. Sundays. These wines also are found in 160 liquor stores and restaurants.
For more information, visit www.MarjimManor.com.