South Valley wineries medaled, including 2017 Clos La Chance Colibri (Gold) and Guglielmo Grignolino (Bronze).
The overall winners all clock in under $25, making this the best bang for your buck category ever.
Best of Show and Best Domestic Dry: 2017 Draxton Pinot Meunier Rosé, Napa Valley, $18.
Alluring tea rose notes, cherry pie and fresh strawberries. Flows like a ballroom dancer. Awarded 100 points.
Best Domestic Sparkling: NV Domaine Laurier Brut Rosé, California, Method Champenoise, $12.99.
Solid fine-bubbled sparkler with cranberry-pom core and plenty of zip.
Best Domestic Sweet: NV Penns Woods Winery Moscato Rosé, Pennsylvania, $24.
Like a summer day at your favorite county fair, brimming with sweet strawberries, cotton candy and pink raspberry lemonade.
Best International Dry: 2017 Marquis de Goulaine Rosé d’Anjou, $11.99.
What you dream about from Provence: floral and fresh as a spring morning, with abundant fruit yet lots of savory notes.
Best International Sparkling: NV Tarantas Sparkling Rosé, Valencia DO, $10.99.
Super dry with galvanizing citrus, dried strawberries and red currants. Relentless!
Visit winecompetitions.com for a complete list of winners.