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Lethbridge 2018, 2016 and 2010 Allegra Chardonnay won the Wine of Provenance Trophy at the 23rd Geelong Wine Show.

The judging took place at Provenance winery in Fyansford with 229 wines entered from 31 producers.

Trophy winners

Best Sparkling | Class 1a & 1b
Yes said the Seal 2018 Sparkling Blanc de Blanc

Best Pinot Noir | Class 9, 10 & 11
Oakdene 2021 Bellarine Peninsula Pinot Noir

Best Other White Wine | Classes 3, 7a, 7b, 7c, 7d & 7e
Leura Park Estate 2022 Riesling

Best Chardonnay | Class 4, 5 & 6
Scotchmans Hill Cornelius Sutton Vineyard 2020 Chardonnay

Wine of Provenance | Classes 18a & 18b
Lethbridge 2018, 2016, 2010 Allegra Chardonnay

Best Shiraz | Class 12, 13 & 14
Provenance 2021 Geelong Shiraz

Most Successful Exhibitor
Scotchmans Hill

Best Wine in Show
Provenance 2021 Geelong Shiraz

Chair of judges: John Harris of Mitchell Harris Wines in Ballarat.

Judges: Victor Nash (Winery Consulting Australia) and Simon Steele (Medhurst Wines, Yarra Valley).

Associate judges: Susannah Lavery (Central Business Distribution) and Shae Ryan (sommelier Meet me at Marys/Arborist).

Stewards: Richard Harrison (Marcus Hill Vineyard), Tony Pye (Bowerbird Wines) and Kylie Dalton (Oakdene Wines).

Committee: Ben Mullin (Mulline Wines), Marcus Holt (Scotchmans Hill), Duncan Lowe (Rowley Fault), Paul Marinelli (Mazzini Wines), Jo Wealands (Wine Geelong) and Steven Paul (Oakdene Wines).

Photo: Ferne Millen Photography.



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