Unionville Vineyards of Ringoes, New Jersey, recently won an international Gold Medal for the 2008 Single Vineyard Chardonnay, Pheasant Hill for achieving the highest quality and excellence in a wine category. The Gold Best In Class Medal for the total Dry White Wine Class was awarded to the vineyard by The International Wine and Spirit Competition (IWSC), founded in 1969, London, and is the premier competition of its kind in the world. According to the tasting notes, Unionville stunned the judges into awarding Gold Best In Class for this New Jersey Chardonnay with striking honeysuckle notes, ripe melon and mango. Unionville Vineyards Winemaker and General Manager Cameron Stark is a thirteen year veteran Napa Valley Winemaker and UC Davis educated. John Hawkins is one of the three local vineyard-grower-partners of Unionville Vineyards.” Link to: Unionville Vineyards;
 
Unionville Vineyards in Amwell Valley, New Jersey, has 88.6 acres of home propert

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