Indian Creek Winery Dominates the Guymon Wine Competition

Guymon, Oklahoma's first ever Sunflower Art, Food and Wine Festival began with a live concert by the Sterling Band of Guymon and continued with beer tasting, wine tasting and loads of other fun activities. They even had a high stakes wine competition:

On Saturday, two state wineries were on site to compete for $1000.00 cash prize people's choice award. There was also a people's choice artwork award and a cooking competition on Main Street Guymon, with the Ross Christopher band from Kansas City. Indian Creek Village winery from Ringwood, Oklahoma, took first out of the wineries, while Bryon Test won the art category. Rockin' Ramone Ramey Cozart won the best food with his Cajun brisket made with Louisiana swamp water. A very close second was tied between Ted and Darla Summers and Henry Bergeron of Henry's Jewelers. -- Guymon Daily News

Congratulations to Indian Creek Winery and to the town of Guymon for a successful event.

2005 Sunflower Festival Was a Success - Guymon Daily Herald Online

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