Great American International Wine Competition had more than 1,000 wines entered from 26 states and 8 countries. Those wines were evaluated by a panel of 25 experts from 9 different countries. They included sommeliers, enologists, winemakers, distributors, wine educators and wine writers. Wines submitted to the competition ranged in price up to $449. The Hill sent 2 entries, Melodie and Courante, both garnered SILVER.
March 2015 Finger Lakes International Wine Competition: 2012 Rubato - SILVER 2014 Woodwind - SILVER
Finger Lakes International Wine Competition:
2009 Rubato: SILVER
Harmony Hill Vineyards is again 3 for 3 at the Finger Lakes 2008 Competition.
Of the three entries submitted to the Finger Lakes International Wine Competition, all three won medals. SILVER Harmony Hill 2007 Ovation
BRONZE Harmony Hill 2005 Rhapsody
BRONZE Harmony Hill 2007 Rhythm and Blues
Harmony Hill Vineyard's 2005 PRELUDE BLUSH garnered a bronze medal as our first entry into the prestigious 2006 Finger Lakes International Wine Competition.
Harmony Hill placed two entries into the 25th Anniversary celebration of the prestigious Hilton Head Island International Wine Competition and medaled with both entries.
2008 Rubato: GOLD
2007 Refrain: BRONZE
Hilton Head Island International Wine Competition:
2009 Rubato: SILVER - Hilton Head Island International has the reputation of being one of the World's toughest wine competitions. This competition is SO tough that medals are not even awarded in some categories. For the second year in a row, our 'Rubato' was the only Chambourcin to be awarded a medal of all the entrants in that category.
2009 BEST OF APPELLATION
Ohio River Valley
Harmony Hill 2007 Rubato DOUBLE GOLD
Harmony Hill 2006 Rhapsody GOLD
Ohio River Valley DOUBLE GOLD
A delightful wine with a dense full color and aromas of violets, cinnamon, anise, tamarind, coconut, ripe plum, and coffee. Well married oak adds richness to dense, silky flavors. Soft acidity.
Ohio River Valley GOLD
A great pasta wine styled like a Bardolino, medium-light in body with a zingy, palate-cleansing acidity. The nose has violet, basil, cherry, plum, and lemongrass, and the light but firm structure in the mouth carries plum, peach, white cherry, and cranberry.
2009 National Women's Wine Competition
BRONZE MEDAL 2007 Rubato
The National Women's Wine Competition is the first and only U.S. based wine competition judged solely by superstar women of the wine industry.
This is the competition that answers the question, "what wines do women love?"Women make 60%+ of all the wine buying decisions in the U.S. Our annual "shopping list" that is distributed worldwide via the web tells women the wines women with great palates find medal-worthy. This helps consumers to make informed wine purchases.
2008 American Wine Society International Competition:
GOLD MEDAL 2007 Concerto
SILVER MEDAL 2007 Rubato
2006 American Wine Society international Competition
695 medals issued TO WINES FROM ALL OVER THE WORLD. held in Baltimore, Maryland, November 8 and 9.
2005 Harmony Hill Ovation: Silver
2005 Harmony Hill Serenade: Silver
2005 Harmony Hill Woodwind: Bronze
2005 Harmony Hill Concerto: Bronze
Harmony Hill Vineyards is again 3 for 3 in 2007. Of the three entries submitted to The Indy International Wine Competition (the largest wine competition in the United States), all three garnered medals:
Harmony Hill "Dolce" (late-harvest Vidal Blanc) - Silver
Harmony Hill "Chamber Suite" (semisweet Chambourcin) - Silver
Harmony Hill "Serenade" (Chambourcin-Foch Blend) - Bronze
Harmony Hill Vineyard's 2005 vintage wines were also entered in this year's Fingerlakes International and Indy International wine competitions. Prelude, Serenade, Woodwind and Bluet all garnered medals.