If winning medals and high scores are important to you, then checkout the scores for Brengman Brothers wines for the 2020 compititions.
When it comes to sending our wines to the growing plethora of competitions, Brengman Brothers has been picking the contests that really matter. Early on in winemaking we would enter all the open competitions. It was a year-round activity sending wines to competitions anybody who pays a fee can enter. As a result, we’ve won a big box of medals that sits on a shelf. Confidence and a winning track record helped us change our theory on wine competitions. BB now just enters the tough exclusive competitions that are invitation only -- the Jefferson Cup and the American Fine Wine Competition (AFWC). The Jefferson Cup takes place in Kansas City and the AFWC takes place in Miami. They both happen in the winter months and are the most prestigious wine competitions in America.
We are proud again to release the results from the recent Jefferson Cup and AFWC competitions;
Jefferson Cup Results (4 wines submitted)
2017 Left Bank - Bronze
2018 Sauvignon Blanc - Silver
2018 Traverse Coast Blend - Bronze
2017 Riesling Ice Wine - JEFFERSON CUP
American Fine Wine Competition (5 wines submitted)
2017 Riesling Ice Wine - Double Gold (92 points)
2018 Traverse Coast - Double Gold (91 points)
2017 Left Bank - Gold (93 points, the most points for a Michigan red)
2017 Pinot Noir - Silver (86 points)
2017 Chardonnay Barrel - Silver (85 points)
All award winning wines are currently available at the tasting rooms in Traverse City and Grand Rapids.