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Macari Vineyards Wins "Winery of The Year" Award at 2014 NY Wine & Food Classic

MATTITUCK, N.Y., Aug. 18, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The "Winery of the Year" award at the NY Wine & Food Classic is presented to the winery with the best overall showing based on the level and number of awards in relation to entries. This year's competition included 835 New York wines from several regions across New York State including Long Island, Hudson Valley, Finger Lakes, Niagara Escarpment and Lake Erie.

Macari Vineyards: Winery of the Year 2014, North Fork, NY

"Macari Vineyards is honored and thrilled to be named 2014 Winery of the Year by the NY Wine & Food Classic. Thank you to our incredible team and loyal supporters who promote our wines in restaurants and stores, who visit our winery, join our wine club, and to all of you who share bottles with family and friends. We wouldn't be here without your passionate support and contagious energy." – Alexandra and Joseph Macari

2014 NY Wine & Food Classic Results, Macari Vineyards:
2010 Macari Cabernet Franc – Gold, Best Red Wine, Best Cabernet Franc
2013 Macari Sauvignon BlancGold
2010 Macari Cabernet Franc – Gold
2012 Macari Chardonnay Estate – Double Gold
2013 Macari RoseSilver
2012 Macari Chardonnay Reserve – Silver
2008 Macari Dos Aguas – Gold
2010 Macari Bergen Road – Silver
2007 Macari Merlot Reserve – Silver
2010 Macari Block E Viognier – Silver

Macari Winemaker Kelly Urbanik Koch notes, "This award is such a great honor; it reflects the passion, dedication, and hard work of our entire team." Wines can be purchased directly at the family's tasting rooms on the North Fork of Long Island, New York, or online at www.macariwines.com.

ABOUT MACARI: Macari Vineyards, located on the North Fork of Long Island in Mattituck, New York, is owned and operated by the Macari Family. The winery was founded by owners Joseph Macari Sr., his wife, Katherine, and Joseph Macari Jr., who is at the helm of the winery with his wife, Alexandra and their four children. The Macari family has owned the 500-acre waterfront estate for over fifty years, though Macari Vineyards was not established until 1995. In June 2009, the Macari family opened a second tasting room located on the Main Road in the town of Cutchogue, adding twenty acres to their vineyard.

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