West Sandy Creek Brings Home Four Medals in Lone Star International Wine Competition
(Nov. 5, 2022) Richards, Texas– West Sandy Creek Winery has announced it won four medals in the 39th Annual Lone Star International Wine Competition, the oldest and one of the largest wine competitions in the state held in Grapevine last month.
The winery brought home silver medals for its 2014 Texas Lenoir and 2019 Texas Cabernet Sauvignon and bronze medals for its 2021 Texas Lenoir and 2021 Texas Lenoir Blush.
“Our team is proud to produce award-winning wines and appreciate the acknowledgment from the Lone Star International Wine Competition,” said Sandy McGinley, general manager of West Sandy Creek Winery. “Well-known wineries from all across the state participated and it means a great deal to us to be recognized alongside such a high caliber of other noteworthy wineries.”
West Sandy Creek Winery was among over 700 unique wine entries from 95 wineries that entered this year’s competition, which offers an opportunity to showcase the excellent quality and diversity of one of the fastest-growing wine regions in the United States.
Located on the edge of Sam Houston National Forest near Huntsville in Walker County, West Sandy Creek Winery grows its own grapes. It includes a winery, tasting room, animals, and several log cabins. The winery is part of the Texas Bluebonnet Wine Trail and hosts various live music events throughout the year.
For more information about West Sandy Creek Winery, including hours of operation for the tasting room, visit www.wscwinery.com.