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Adelaide Hills highly acclaimed Sidewood Estate has been honoured with an outstanding number of medals at recent awards events including the most awarded medals to any Australian wine producer by the International Wine Guide.

International Wine Guide Awards

> GREAT GOLD – 2013 Mappinga Shiraz (trophy equivalent)

> GOLD – 2013 Sidewood Chloe Cuvee

> GOLD – 2015 Sidewood Sauvignon Blanc

> GOLD – 2015 Sidewood Chardonnay

> GOLD – 2015 Sidewood Pinot Noir

> GOLD – 2014 Sidewood Shiraz

> GOLD – 2014 Mappinga Sauvignon Blanc

> GOLD – 2015 Mappinga Fume Blanc (renamed Mappinga Sauvignon Blanc)

Sidewood’s 2013 Mappinga Shiraz was the only Shiraz to receive this highest accolade at the event and brings the wine’s international Trophy tally to four with the other three being

> Decanter 2015 Best Rhone Varietal Over £15

> IWC London 2016 Best South Australian Shiraz

> IWC London 2016 Best Adelaide Hills Shiraz

Melbourne International Wine Competition

Sidewood also picked up two gold medals at the recent Melbourne International Wine competition.

> GOLD – 2015 Sidewood Pinot Gris

> GOLD – 2016 Stable Hill Palomino Pinot Grigio

In further exciting news, on the back of its most successful year to date in terms of awards and new distribution markets comes early signs that this coming 12 months for Sidewood will be as good if not better!

Cairns Wine Show

The first release of the new vintage 2015 Sidewood Estate Chardonnay, made by Darryl Catlin and entered into the Cairns Show
Wine Awards , the first event  on the Australian wine show calendar, was awarded the Trophy for Best Chardonnay with judges making comment on its ‘amazing freshness, brightness of fruit, vitality, complexity and balance’.

> TROPHY – 2015 Sidewood Chardonnay

> GOLD – 2015 Sidewood Chardonnay

“The signs are that this forthcoming vintage will be superb from what I’ve seen and sampled thus far, I’m excited to see it released and share it with wine lovers the world over” said Sidewood’s Owen Inglis.

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