A wine produced by Two-EE’s Winery in Roanoke was recently awarded the bronze medal in the prestigious 2022 TEXSOM Awards.
Two EE’s 2020 Touriga Nacional, a dry red wine, competed against 2,000 collective entries worldwide, where only a fraction of submissions are awarded medals. It was Two EE’s first year participating in the competition.
The judges are experts in the fields of wine, including Master Sommeliers, Masters of Wine, Certified Wine Educators, enologists, wine and spirits writers, professors, beverage directors and sommeliers, buyers for on-and-off-premise retailers, and other influencers within the wine and beverage industries.
Eric Harris, Two EE’s Winery owner and director of winemaking said “When my wife Emily and I opened our winery in 2013, we wanted to make wines of exceptional quality from unique grapes sourced from where they grow best. This award validates our goal and the caliber of wines an Indiana winery can make.”
Two EE’s Winery is best known for producing quality semi-sweet wines, like their best-selling concord wine, Plonqé, but they have developed a portfolio of dry wine made with grapes grown in California, Oregon, and Washington.
The winery recently launched a barrel-select wine club focused entirely on dry wine as well.
“We’re proud to offer exceptional dry varietal wines alongside more popular semi-sweet and fruit wines. There is something for every palate at Two-EE’s,” said Harris.
The award-winning wine is released to the public for wine tasting and purchase. at Two EE’s Winery and online for shipping at twoees.com