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The Rosé Competition Open to All North American Wineries

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Judging at SIMI Winery – March 25, 2015

Rose CompetitionSonoma, CA (January 15, 2015) – All wineries in North America producing Rosé wines are invited to enter The Rosé Competition.

This professional competition celebrating the growing Rosé category is open to all North American wineries producing still (non-sparkling) Rosé wines.  The word “Rosé” must be stated on the front or back label of the wine bottle for a wine to be eligible for entry.  This blind wine competition will be held at SIMI Winery in Healdsburg, California on March 25, 2015.  The competition is being directed by Bob Ecker, Napa Valley based wine journalist and wine judge.  Wines in the competition will be evaluated by panels of distinguished wine judges.

Two categories of Rosé wines will be considered: “Dry” and “A Little Sweet.”  A $50 entry fee (plus $2.74 online transaction fee) per wine is required.  The deadline for receiving eligible wines is March 20, 2015.  Double Gold, Gold, Silver and Bronze medals will be awarded along with a Best in Class in each category.

See official entry form for submission details: http://therosecompetition.bpt.me

After the first page hit Register to continue.  Participants will be asked a short series of questions about their entered wine.

A subsequent celebratory event, showcasing the Gold Medal winning Rosé wines will be held on Saturday, May 30, 2015 at SIMI Winery.  Details for this public tasting event will be announced soon.

Wines must be shipped to arrive at SIMI Winery no later than Friday, March 20, 2015.  Wines, entry forms and online payment must received by the deadline in order for wines to be considered eligible.

Send Rose wines to:

SIMI Winery

c/o Emily Klein

16275 Healdsburg Avenue

Healdsburg, CA 95448

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