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South Australian certified organic winemaker Angove Family Winemakers has won a gold medal for its 2019 Naturalis Organic Cabernet Sauvignon at the latest Australian Organic Wine Awards. 

The Australian Organic Wine Awards 2020, hosted by industry body Australian Organic, celebrated Australia’s best certified organic and biodynamic winemakers.

The Angove Family Winemakers was one of four gold medal recipients, scoring 95 points for its Angove Naturalis Cabernet Sauvignon 2019 vintage.

Angove Family Winemakers joint managing directors Victoria and Richard Angove said, they were proud to be part of the Certified Organic industry in Australia.

“Our team has worked tremendously hard over the past 15 years to transition our vineyards to be 100 per cent certified organic and produce the beautifully balanced, Angove Organic wines available on shelves,” they said.

“We're thrilled to be recognised and win at this year’s Australian Organic Wine Awards. Importantly, we are honoured to be recognised alongside our industry colleagues who are all committed to the advancement of best in class organic viticulture.”

The full list of winners from The Australian Organic Wine Awards 2020 can be viewed here.

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