Success breeds success, and CWSA winners are showing the world how it’s done. “The CWSA medal wins are such a fantastic result for the Wolf Blass winemaking and viticultural teams given the wines were awarded for the suitability of the style for the Chinese market – the fastest growing wine market in the world” said Wolf Blass Chief Winemaker, Chris Hatcher. “The results are particularly pleasing as the judges were selected from the most important distributors, importers, hoteliers and Sommeliers from all the key regions and cities in China and Hong Kong” he said. Wynns Senior Winemaker, Sue Hodder, is equally delighted with these recent medal wins.“These awards honour some of Wynns most classic wines with distinct varietal and regional characteristics, including one of Australia’s most collected Cabernet Sauvignons from the exceptional 2010 vintage”.
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