Editor Andrew Arnott
Andrew studied Literature and Sociology at UCT before setting off on a global trek that saw him working under the seas of the Caribbean, on the snow covered slopes of the Canadian Rockies and writing for a variety of financial and travel institutions. Now at home in Cape Town, Andrew’s passions for wine and writing are married on this blog.
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IWC 2015 Tranche 2 Results Posted on May 18 2015 by
It's white gold for Flagstone at this year's IWC 2015 Tranche 2, we're pleased to considered by those in the know as among the world's best.
Wines from 47 countries received awards from the IWC, demonstrating how the global wine industry is evolving.
Charles Metcalfe, co-chairman of the IWC commented:
“We are lucky enough to see wines from all corners of the winemaking world at the International Wine Challenge, and it is wonderful to see how different regions are continuing to improve. We taste wonderful wines from all the great wine making countries and regions, and award them the medals they deserve, but it’s a thrill to come across these utterly unexpected gems. From a Silver medal winning Kazakhstan Riesling to a Taiwanese Gold, it’s brilliant to see the boundaries of good wine expanding.”
To keep one's ship steady in these diverse seas of wine is a testament to the solid team at Flagstone, year on year they keep delivering delicious bottles of wine, loved by judges and fans alike.
Here's the winery's 2015 showing:
- Flagstone Free Run Sauvignon Blanc 2013 - Gold
- Flagstone Treaty Tree Sauvignon Blanc Semillon 2014 - Gold
- Flagstone Truth Tree Pinotage 2014 - Bronze
- Flagstone Music Room Cabernet Sauvignon 2013 - Bronze
- Flagstone Word of Mouth Viognier 2013 - Bronze
- Flagstone Treaty Tree Cabernet Sauvignon Merlot 2013 - Commended
Additionally Flagstone's Free Run Sauvignon Blanc 2013 collect the 2015 Elim Sauvignon Blanc Trophy
Cheers to great results!