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Two-EE's Winery, win multiple awards

Posted: Friday, September 20, 2013

Huntington County’s new winery, Two-EE’s Winery, recently participated in the International Wine Channel TV Awards. Located at 6808 N US 24 E, the winery is owned by certified winemaker Eric Harris and Emily Hart.

Harris recently won multiple medals and a “Rising Star” winemaker award at the International Wine Channel TV Awards in Santa Rosa, California. Along with receiving two best of class honors and multiple medals for all wines submitted, Harris also received the “Rising Star Winemaker” award give to one international winemaker under 35 years old who shows exceptional talent and great promise for the future of wine.

More than 850 wines representing eight countries and 18 states were entered in the competition. Judges awarded a total of 26 Best of Class, 16 Double Gold, 65 Gold and 230 Silver medals. Two-EE’s 2011 Norton was a recipient of one of the Best of Class Awards along with a Double Gold medal.  Likewise Two-EE’s 2011 Tannat won a Best of Class award along with a Gold medal.  Two-EE’s also received high honors for all other wines submitted including: 2011 Aglianico (Silver), 2011 Teroldego (Silver), 2011 Traminette (Silver) and 2011 Vignoles Reserve (Silver).  As a result Harris received the highest collective scoring awarded by the judges.

The Wine Channel, WCTV Network LLC ( is a leader in building online, cable and media marketing brands in selected vertical markets. Wine Channel TV ( produces and delivers original wine lifestyle content through a converged network of online, mobile and TV programming. WCTV Network works with leading wine lifestyle brands, trade associations and governments around the world. WCTV is headquartered in Chicago, Ill., and has offices in Sonoma and New York City.

Two-EE’s Winery is Indiana’s newest winery and offers a rotating stock of fine wines. It is open 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily. Winemaker Harris is a certified winemaker through the University of California at Davis viticulture and enology program. The business website is and the phone number, (260) 672-2000.