George Brown College Announces Results for Ontario Wine Awards 2024

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TORONTO — George Brown College (GBC) has announced the results for the Ontario Wine Awards (OWA) 2024.

Founded by Tony Aspler in 1985, the OWA recognizes Ontario Vintners Quality Alliance (VQA) wines for their quality, distinction and brilliance. A total of 496 wines were entered in this year’s competition at GBC and judged by a panel of 42 experts.

“Kudos to George Brown College for taking the competition judging to a new level,” says Aspler. “The involvement of the students in the execution of the Ontario Wine Awards, including the judging process, will ensure a new cohort of ambassadors for the Ontario wine industry.”

The results were announced at the awards ceremony held at The Pearle Hotel in Burlington, Ont. where medals for the best in each category were presented to the winemakers. The quality of winemaking was exceptional with the following medals handed out: 42 Gold, 40 Silver and 36 Bronze.

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