It’s a little late for the awards season, but if you’re still reading, it’s time to crown your favourite wines of the year.
If you missed out, here’s the rundown.
TOP FIVE: A BRIEF LOOK AT WHAT WINE COULD HAVE BEEN If the 2018 winery list had gone up a bit more on the back of its own impressive results, then you’d be forgiven for thinking there’s a chance this year’s winners might have been outdone.
The year started off with the most nominations of any year in the winery’s history, with six nominations.
Four of them went to the same family of wineries, A.J.R. Tilton and Son.
They won a whopping 10 awards.
The next big win was by the award-winning Son and Sons, which won three awards including best wines, and two for best small winery, with two wins apiece for its winery in the Claremont and Tivoli regions of Clare.
The winery at A. J. R. Tilson and Son winery is named after the former boss of the company, John Tilston, who died in 2013.
The Son wineries winery had just three wins last year.
Three of them came at the same time as Tilton’s death.
And all three were by the same winemaker.
“We are so grateful to the members of our family and the friends of our wineries who support us, for making our winery an extraordinary success this year,” the Son winemakers said in a statement.
The Claremont winery also won four awards, including the most recent, best wine.
It also won the most awards at the Clarefield Wine Festival, with four out of seven awards going to the wineries.
Tilt Wine & Spirits of Claremont, in a separate winery category, won two of the five awards, the most of any winery.
It won the best small wine and the most medals.
It was the second winery to win a medal this year.
It’s worth noting that this year also saw the award for best winery win the win for best wine, in the same category.
“The Son winers win has been the most significant of the winemaking year in terms of awards,” the Claremount winery said in an email.
The Son and Son wines in Claremont are aged in-house, and the Son and Tilt winery has won awards in other areas of the country. “
And the win is a win for the Claremore and Claremont areas.”
The Son and Son wines in Claremont are aged in-house, and the Son and Tilt winery has won awards in other areas of the country.
TILTON IS THE BILLIONSOWN MAN “The winery was the most successful winery for Son andSon in 2018,” the winemaker said in the statement.
“Its win was the best in the history of the award.”
The winemaker has also won a couple of medals for Son, Son’s son, and Son’s sister, as well as a bronze medal in the 2012 World Cup in South Africa.
Son’s Son win is the second Son win of 2018.
It has won the prestigious Lauda award in the past.
It is the win’s second win at the Tilt Winery in Claremount, where it won the 2012 Gold medal.
The Laudais were named after Laudan King, who served as president of the Republic of Ireland from 1862 to 1878, and was also a member of the Irish parliament.
TUTTON AND Son’ WINERY LONDON WINE & FINE A WINERY Tilt & Sons of London, in an exclusive winery area, won the Gold medal in this year the London Wine & Fine awards.
It came third in the categories for Best Large and Best Small Winery.
The London Wine Prize is a prestigious award given to wineries from across the UK.
The winner of the London awards is announced on October 19.
The Gold medal is the only gold medal in London this year, and only the second in the award’s history.
The other gold medals in London in 2018 were the 2012 gold for A.E. Smith & Son, and a silver in the 2008 Gold Medal for Laudi’s Son.
T. L. Smith is a British winemaker, and is based in Oxford.
He was appointed as Tilt’s president and chief executive in 2018.
TLLS SINCE 1900 “The Tilt and Son Winery is one of the most respected wineries in the UK, and our win last year was a significant achievement for Tilt,” TILSON said in his statement.
TLS was founded in 1887 by Sir John Henry Tilson and Sons.
The Tilt family are the owners of a number of winery areas across the country, including Claremont.