McGuigan shines at Sydney Royal Wine Show

'FANTASTIC ACHIEVEMENT': Chief winemaker Neil McGuigan.

'FANTASTIC ACHIEVEMENT': Chief winemaker Neil McGuigan.

McGuigan Wines won a sweep of top accolades at the prestigious Sydney Royal Wine Show.

The results were revealed on Thursday night at a gala awards ceremony held at Sydney Olympic Park.

The brand took out three trophies for its outstanding McGuigan Bin 9000 Semillon 2013, which won Best Semillon, Best NSW White and Best Mature White.

"These awards are a fantastic achievement and testament to the high calibre of talent within our winemaking team," McGuigan Wines Chief Winemaker, Neil McGuigan, said.

"It is particularly gratifying that we have won these awards at home, mirroring our outstanding show performance internationally over the last decade.

"We strive for wine-quality excellence at every level, and every award we win reinforces our dedication to world-class winemaking as well as the reputation of Australian wine both domestically and across the globe."

The Sydney Royal Wine Show wins crown an outstanding year for the brand on the wine competition stage. Earlier this year, McGuigan Wines was named White Winemaker of the Year at one of the world's most prestigious wine competitions - the 2019 International Wine Challenge - becoming the only Australian winery in history to win it four times.

This story McGuigan's triple treat at Sydney Royal Wine Show first appeared on The Maitland Mercury.