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Awards

2010 'Masseria' Merlot
2013 San Diego International Wine Competition - Gold Medal

2007 'Cappella' Chardonnay
2008 Los Angeles International Wine & Spirit Competition – Silver Medal
2008 New York Food & Wine Classic – Bronze Medal
2009 San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition – Bronze Medal

2007 'Riserva' Chardonnay
2008 Wine Lovers International of Tasters Guild – Silver Medal

2005 'Masseria' Merlot
2008 Finger Lakes International Wine Competition – Silver Medal
2008 Florida State Fair – Bronze Medal
2008 Los Angeles International Wine & Spirit Competition – Silver Medal
2008 New York Food & Wine Classic – Silver Medal
2008 Wine Lovers International of Tasters Guild – Silver Medal
2009 San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition – Silver Medal

2004 'Masseria' Merlot
2007 Finger Lakes International Wine Competition – Silver Medal
2007 New York Wine and Food Classic – Silver Medal
2009 San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition – Bronze Medal

Accolades

Aug 12, 2012 LONG ISLAND VINES, Good for Barbecues - "I relished the deeply aromatic, flavorsome 2008 Masseria ($18) — named for a farmhouse typically found in the Puglia region of Italy — from Scarola Vineyards, a Mattituck boutique. One of the most seductive East End merlots I’ve tasted this year, it is smoky, velvety and mouth-filling."
-Howard Goldberg, New York Times
Jan 3, 2010 LONG ISLAND VINES, Standouts at a Showcase - "Scarola's 2007 vivid cabernet franc ($24), my second-favorite red, is spicy and is also redolent of graphite. Frank Scarola, a boutique producer of 500 cases a year, makes his wines at Wolffer Estate"
-Howard Goldberg, New York Times
May 25, 2008

Brooklyn Uncorked, "Scarola Vineyards’s 2004 merlot, named Masseria — in Italian, an ancient farmhouse — showed inviting hints of a prune-and-raisin compote, herbs and tobacco notes; some cabernet franc heightens the blend.

Scarola’s dark, gutsy 2005 Masseria merlot was more interesting. Both, made by Mr. Roth at Wölffer, cost $16.95."
-Howard Goldberg, New York Times