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2007 IWC Australian trophy results

From the 9,358 wines entered into this year's International Wine Challenge, the world’s largest wine competition held in London, 260 met the judges exacting standards to win a coveted gold medal. From the 260 gold medal winners a total of 84 wines have won a distinguished IWC Trophy, with Australia being awarded 13. International Fortified Muscat Trophy DeBortoli Wines, DeBortoli Show Liqueur Muscat, Muscat Hambourg

Western Australian Trophy Mount Barker Trophy, Harewood Estate, Harewood Estate Cabernet Merlot 2004, Cabernet Sauvignon

Australian Red Trophy Coonawarra Trophy, Majella Wines Pty Ltd, The Musician by Majella 2005, Cabernet Sauvignon

White Rhone Style Trophy Mitchelton, Mitchelton Airstrip 2004, Marsanne

Clare Valley White Trophy O'Leary Walker Wines Pty Ltd, O'Leary Walker Polish Hill River Riesling 2006, Riesling

Australian White Trophy — Australian Chardonnay Trophy Penfolds, Yattarna Chardonnay 2004, Chardonnay

Australian Riesling Trophy — Eden Valley Riesling Trophy Peter Lehmann Wines, Peter Lehmann Reserve Riesling 2002, Riesling

International Semillon Trophy Peter Lehmann Wines, Peter Lehmann Reserve Semillon 2001, Sémillon

Victorian Chardonnay Trophy Stonier, Stonier Reserve Chardonnay 2005, Chardonnay

Australian Botrytis Trophy Tamar Ridge Estates, Tamar Ridge Limited Release Botrytis Riesling 2005, Riesling

Clare Valley Red Trophy Tim Adams Wines, Tim Adams Fergus 2004, Grenache

International Cabernet Sauvignon Trophy — Australian Cabernet Sauvignon Trophy — McLaren Vale Trophy Wirra Wirra Vineyards, Dead Ringer Cabernet Sauvignon 2004, Cabernet Sauvignon

International Shiraz Trophy — Barossa Trophy Wolf Blass, Wolf Blass Gold Label Shiraz 2005, Shiraz

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