Sydney Royal Wine Show judging took place last week. A PINOT Noir from the Mornington Peninsula has been awarded the Macquarie Group Perpetual Trophy for the best wine at the Sydney Royal Wine Show.
Yabby Lake Vineyard, Mornington Peninsula, received the award for their 2013 Single Vineyard Block Release Block 2 Pinot Noir.
It led the field across a total of about 2300 entries from 344 exhibitors.
In all, 34 trophies and 1153 Sydney Royal medals were given out this year.
Royal Agricultural Society of NSW (RAS) vice president and Sydney Royal Wine Show committee chair, Lyndey Milan, said a total of 656 Bronze medals, 326 Silver medals and 171 Gold medals were awarded.
She said a Sydney Royal award gave “a competitive market advantage for winners”.
“At the RAS, we’ve got a charter to promote agricultural excellence – that’s what we care about – and viticulture of course is a really important type of agriculture,” Ms Milan said.
“If that can create an increased demand for good quality agricultural product, then there’s going to be more need for agriculture and that’s what makes us very happy.”
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