St. Julian Winery Awarded 2 Jefferson Cups at Recent International Competition

Michigan-based St. Julian Winery has been awarded a barrel of medals, including two (2) of the covered “Jefferson Cups” from one of the most esteemed wine competitions in the country. Regarded as the “Olympics” of such competitions, the 19th Annual Jefferson Cup Invitational honors the “best of the best” from an accumulative 740 wines pre-selected from each of America’s wine regions.

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St. Julian Winery Honored with 25 Awards at Indy International Wine Competition

St. Julian Winery, founded in 1921 and recognized as Michigan’s longest-operating and most-awarded winery, received the “White Wine of the Year” honors for its 2017 Braganini Reserve Mountain Road Estate Riesling at the 27th Annual Indy International Wine Competition – the largest scientifically-organized and independent wine competition in the United States.

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You’re Invited to the Grand Opening of St. Julian Winery’s New Troy Tasting Room

St. Julian Winery, founded in 1921 and recognized as Michigan’s oldest and longest-operating winery, announces the opening of its newest tasting room at 518 W. 14 Mile Rd., near the Oakland Mall (the northwest corner of the intersection of 14 Mile and John R. roads, adjacent to I-75) in Troy.

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Michigan’s St. Julian Winery is the Only Winery East of the Rockies to Participates in 2018 “Pigs & Pinot”

Michigan’s oldest and longest-operating winery, St. Julian, was the only winery east of the Rockies (and therefore the only Michigan winery) out of the 62 in all to take part in this esteemed 13th annual “Taste of Pigs & Pinot” hosted by acclaimed Chef Charlie Palmer in Sonoma County, California.

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St. Julian Brings Home 34 Medals from International Eastern Wine Competition

St. Julian Winery was recently presented a total of 34 medals—including one “Best of Show,” four “Best of Class” and three “Double Gold” awards—at the International Eastern Wine Competition held February 6-7 in Santa Rosa, CA. St. Julian was one of five Michigan wineries from four distinct federally-recognized American Viticultural Region (AVAs) to participate in the competition.

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Nancie Oxley Named Vice President of Pure Michigan’s St. Julian Winery

St. Julian Wine Company in Paw Paw has recently named Nancie Oxley as its Vice President. Recognized as Michigan’s first female winemaker, she joined St. Julian in 2002 as the Assistant Winemaker and moved up the ranks to Head Winemaker in 2010.

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St. Julian Winery Introduces Michcato Wines to Celebrate Michigan Wine Month and the Pure Michigan Summer of 2017

May is “Michigan Wine Month” and with a Pure Michigan summer just around the corner, St. Julian—the state’s oldest, continually-operating winery—introduces its two latest wines to celebrate both occasions. Michcato and Sunset Michcato will be available beginning May 1 at retail outlets around Michigan.

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