2017 Dugout Wins Again at the 2021 San Antonio Rodeo Wine Competition

Along with 8 other winners

As you all remember our 2016 Dugout won a Double Gold and Best of Show Texas Wine at the 2019 San Antonio Livestock & Rodeo International Wine Competition. As well as a Gold at the 2019 Houston Rodeo Uncorked! International Wine Competition.

Then the tradition continued with our 2017 Dugout winning a DOUBLE GOLD MEDAL, TOP TEXAS WINE, Class Champion, and Texas Class Champion at the 2020 Houston Rodeo Uncorked! International Wine Competition. It was quite a honor for us to be awarded the saddle as I expressed in this post. Now Dugout has won again twice more.

Now our 2017 Dugout has just won a Gold medal at the 2020 San Francisco International Wine Competition. More about the other awards that we won at that competition later. This is often considered the most prestigious wine competition in the nation.

The 2017 Dugout also won a Double Gold at the recent 2021 San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo Wine Competition as well as as Top of Class for Texas red wine blends.

Bingham Family Vineyards 2017 Dugout

More medals from the 2021 San Antonio Livestock & Rodeo International Wine Competition are:

GOLD MEDAL, 2017 Reserve Cabernet Franc, not yet released
GOLD MEDAL, 2017 Reserve Tempranillo, not yet release – but check our our 2016 Reserve Tempranillo
SILVER MEDAL, 2019 Cloudburst
SILVER MEDAL, 2018 Dirt Farmer, not yet released – but check out our 2017 Dirt Farmer which won a Silver medal at both the Houston and San Antonio wine competitions in 2020.
SILVER MEDAL, 2019 Reserve Moscato Giallo, which is currently a wine club member exclusive as an early release for them
SILVER MEDAL, 2019 Texas High Plains Sunset Rose’
SILVER MEDAL, 2019 Viognier
BRONZE MEDAL, 2019 Fine ‘n Dandy

Several of these wines are yet to be released, but the other wines are available for the general public or for our club members as an early release.

A reminder that the San Antonio Rodeo Auction is going on right now. If you would like to be a part of raising money for scholarships for the youth of Texas, check this out.

Blessings,
Betty

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