Dirty Laundry wins awards

Summerland’s Dirty Laundry Vineyard won prestigious awards at several recent wine competitions, nationally and globally.

  • May. 27, 2015 12:00 p.m.

Summerland’s Dirty Laundry Vineyard won prestigious awards at several recent wine competitions, nationally and globally.

Wine developed by winemaker Mason Spink proved successful at the Ontario-based All Canadian Wine Championships.

The 2013 Pinot Noir captured double gold for Pinot Noir Under $25 in all of Canada.

 

The winery also won gold medals for Naughty Chardonnay, Not So Knotty Chardonnay, Woo Woo Gewurztraminer and Kay-Syrah.

In addition, Dirty Laundry took part in the International Wine and Spirit Competition in London, England.

 

The Say Yes Pinot Gris and Threadbare Vines Gewurztraminer each took home a silver medal.

This was the first time Dirty Laundry’s wines have been recognized on a global scale.

These awards added to an already decorated list. The winery’s signature red and white blends, Dangerous Liaison and Secret Affair, respectively, were crowned People’s Choice Winners for Best Red and Best White at the recent Rocky Mountain Wine Fest in Calgary and Edmonton.