Ayama Sauvignon Blanc 2013 wins Bronze Medal at the South African Young Wine Show

Tuesday, 20 August, 2013
Ayama Wines
AYAMA Sauvignon 2013 is a stunning wine. Tank samples entered to the competition performed very well winning a BRONZE Medal.
We are bottling this wine by end of this month and release it by end of September. Not many bottles… you better reserve some of them now!

Presented annually by the South African National Wine Show Association (SANWSA) – gives winemakers the opportunity to showcase their best wines of their current vintage.

The eight participating wine regions are Robertson, Worcester, Stellenbosch, Paarl, Oranje-Vaal, Olifants River, Swartland and Klein Karoo. Individual entries from outside these regions are also allowed. The show dates back to 1833 when the Cape of Good Hope Agricultural Society presented the first wine show in South Africa, making the SA Young Wine Show the oldest wine competition in South Africa.

 The mission of the South African Young Wine Show is to judge the quality of wines that are still in their infancy, i.e. within the year of production – and have some way to go before they are finally blended and bottled. In this way, the industry can give recognition to the production capabilities of a wine cellar. Very few of these wines are for sale or in their final form at the time of being judged.