In addition to Queens Peak Sonoma Cabernet Sauvignon, other wines in this collection include B Side Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon, which has earned three 90+ ratings from the Wine Enthusiast in recent years; Don & Sons Sonoma Signature Series Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir, which has won Double Gold awards at the San Francisco Wine Competition, the Monterey Wine Competition, the New World International Wine Competition and, most recently, a 95 point rating at The 2013 California State Fair Wine Competition; The Crusher Clarksburg Petite Sirah, which has earned 14 Double Gold/Gold/Best in Class awards over the past 4 vintages; Aquinas Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon, which has grown 50% since 2009; and Il Donato Pinot Grigio, a restaurant-exclusive wine, which grew by 51% in 2013.
What does NWIWC stand for?
NWIWC stands for New World International Wine Competition
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- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
- North West Interconnected System (Australia)
- Northwest Indiana Small Business Development Center (Crown Point, IN)
- Northwest Indiana Soccer League (Hobart, IN)
- National Work Injuries Statistics Program (Canada)
- North West Irrigation Sector Project (Cambodia)
- Northwest Irrigation and Soils Research Laboratory (Idaho)
- Naval Warfare Interactive Simulation System
- New World International Trading (Beavercreek, OR)
- Northwest Iowa Telephone
- Newcastle West into Work (Newcastle, England, UK)
- No Way Jose
- North West Junction (UK)
- Northwest Jersey Association of the Deaf (Gladstone, NJ)
- National Women's Justice Coalition
- Northwest Junior Collegiate Wrestling Association (est. 1971)
- Northwest Jewish Environmental Project (Portland, OR)
- North West Junior Hockey League (Canada)
- Northwestern Journal of International Law and Business
- NW Jiu-Jitsu Club (Seattle, Washington)
- Northwest Journal of Linguistics (Canada)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Mead New World International Wine Competition held in Ontario California, February 20 and February 21, 2005.
99 -- Jerry Mead's New World International Wine Competition, 2008 -- Hilltown Vineyards Pinot Noir, Gold Medal Winner, $8.
The Merlot's debut 1998 vintage earned four Gold Medals in the New World International Wine Competition, Pacific Rim International Wine Competition, West Coast Wine Competition and Los Angeles County Fair.
1) Wine Spectator (2) 2001 vintage, Jerry Mead, New World International Wine Competition, 2003
That distinction follows Gold Medals in February at Jerry Mead's New World International Wine Competition in California and the Florida State Fair.