Come along and support local winemakers at the Australian Highlands Wine Show awards night this week in Bowral.
Thirty-three wineries from the Southern Highlands, Orange, Mudgee, Tumbarumba, Hilltops, New England, Canberra and Adelaide Hills entered in this year's competition.
Judges blindly tasted all of the wines and compared their notes to award wines gold, silver and bronze medals.
"It is an excellent show letting wines express themselves," judge Toni Paterson MW (Masters of Wine) Paterson said.
"This show grows in importance and stature every year, and the quality is very high this year."
Rob Geddes MW, winemaker Aaron Mercer, wine writer Paul Diamond and sommelier Ashlyn Foster judged the wines alongside Ms Paterson earlier in November.
The presentation evening takes place at the Centennial Vineyards on December 2 and goes from 6.30pm to 8.30pm.
Tickets are $50 per person which includes entry, canapés, one glass of wine or bubbles on arrival and the opportunity to sample wines from this year's competition.
Tickets for the awards night can be purchased here.
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