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Six Sigma Ranch Sauvignon Blanc selected by More Magazine with 'Women of the Vine'

 Six Sigma Ranch Sauvignon Blanc selected by More Magazine with 'Women of the Vine'

LOWER LAKE, Calif. – Six Sigma Winery’s 2013 Sauvignon Blanc was selected to be featured in More Magazine’s Wine Selection for the month of August.

This magazine features wines selected by a very prominent panel of wine professionals including Master of Wine, Tim Marson.

Women of the Vine is the first-of-its-kind alliance of women vintners.

Last year, Women of the Vine partnered with the leading national women’s lifestyle magazine, MORE, to start a never-been-done-before wine club called MORE Uncorked, which features extraordinary wines honoring women vintners from across the country and around the globe.

Else Ahlmann along with her husband Kaj are the proprietors of Six Sigma Winery.

“I am very pleased that Else is receiving this recognition,” Kaj Ahlmann said. “She is always behind the scenes working very hard.”  

“I am very happy that our Sauvignon Blanc was selected. The suggested food pairing recipe of Pan-Seared Shrimp Salad with Mango-Lime Dressing is amazing,” Else Ahlmann said.

Her husband added, “This is another great honor for our wines. To be selected from thousands of wines is just fantastic. It is not only great for Six Sigma but for all of Lake County. We are happy to see that Lake County wines are get more recognition every year.”

Six Sigma Winery is located at 13372 Spruce Grove Road just south of Lower Lake and is open for complimentary tasting every day from 11 a.m. until 4:30 p.m.

Last Updated ( Thursday, 21 August 2014 23:53 )

 

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