Nedbank Green Wine Awards 2013
By Christian Eedes, 17 October 2013
Do punters give a damn about “green” issues? They should… Year five of the Nedbank Green Wine Awards, which I helped conceptualise back in 2009 as editor of Wine magazine along with my wife Jane, then marketing manager of the publication and Greg Garden, currently group brand executive of Nedbank.
This year’s results (full coverage available with the November issue of Getaway):
Best wines made from Organically Grown Grapes
Best White: Waverley Hills Viognier Semillon Chardonnay 2011
Best Red, Best Wine Overall: Laibach Woolworths Merlot 2012
Best Biodiversity and Wine Initiative Wines
Best White, Best Wine Overall: Paul Cluver Gewurztraminer 2012
Best Red: Uitkyk Carlonet 2009
Best Farming Practises Winners
Overall Winner: Delheim
Runner-up: La Motte
Best Contribution to Conservation: Delheim
Best Contribution to Farming Practices and Production Integrity: Bartinney
Best (Sustainable) Contribution to Tourism: La Motte
Best Contribution to Community Development: Delheim
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