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Salt Lake City – Kiler Grove Winegrowers, Utah's first urban winery, sent three of its wines to the 2013 South West Wine Challenge last month, and all three won medals.
Kiler Grove's 2009 Petite Sirah earned gold, its 2011 Saignée won silver and its 2009 Trebbiano brought back a bronze.
“South West Wineries says, ‘The beauty of the land is in the bottle,’ and we are honored to be recognized among such beautiful terrain and terroir,” said Michael Knight, Kiler Grove’s co-owner and resident winemaker.
The three winning wines are available for sampling at the Kiler Grove Tasting Room in South Salt Lake.
Founded by chef and culinary author Harry Haff, the South West Wine Challenge is an annual, double-blind competition held in Prescott, Arizona exclusively for wines from the Southwest. The competition’s organizers hope to encourage winemaking in unique growing areas and have the Southwest recognized as a premier wine growing region in the US and the world.