Hopkins County's Crump Valley Winery
Wins Coveted Grand Harvest Award
by: Bobby McDonald
Folks all across the world are recognizing what we here in Hopkins County already know. Hopkins County's Crump Valley Winery was notified this week that their 100% Hopkins County 2011 Blanc Du Bois Special Reserve had won a silver medal and Grand Harvest Award in California competition. It was the only Texas wine that won an award in the competition.
The 2011 Blanc du Bois Special Reserve was awarded a Silver Medal at the 2012 Grand Harvest Awards sponsored by Vineyard & Winery Management in California.
"Winemaking is a combination of many, many factors!" exclaimed Susan Jones, winemaker at Crump Valley Vineyards & Winery. "But, this proves that we can compete with grapes grown here in Hopkins County and make a quality wine that is appealing to the world! We're extremely excited to win this award with our grapes grown right here in Hopkins County and created for the pleasure of our many customers!"
"We are naturally excited and feel so honored to be able to showcase what our wonderful county can produce! " expressed Crump Valley Winery owner, Travis Crump. "It's great to be recognized for producing a quality product, and we strive to continue to produce the best wines that we can for our many, many customers, all across the nation!"