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SE Minn. winery takes top honors at University of Minnesota competition

Four Daughters Vineyard and Winery in Spring Valley took top honors at the fourth annual International Cold Climate Wine Competition at the U of M on Thursday, the Post Bulletin reports. The Four Daughters 2011 La Crescent beat out more than 325 wines from 12 states and Canada to win the Minnesota's Governor's Cup trophy and "Best of Show" for the top white wine.
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Four Daughters Vineyard and Winery in Spring Valley took top honors at the fourth annual International Cold Climate Wine Competition at the U of M on Thursday, the Post Bulletin reports. The Four Daughters 2011 La Crescent beat out more than 325 wines from 12 states and Canada to win the Minnesota's Governor's Cup trophy and "Best of Show" for the top white wine.

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