The collection contains materials relating to the Los Angeles County Fair wine judging competition, including informational
packets, books that list the award-winning wines, a bottle of award-winning wine, wine glasses, and prize ribbons.
The Los Angeles County Fair wine judging competition is the nation's oldest county fair event of its kind. The competition
was first held in 1935 but it went on hiatus during World War II. It has now taken place every year since 1948. The event
is currently named the Los Angeles International Wine Competition. It has previously been called the Wines of the Americas
competition and the Wines of the World competition.
2.5 Linear Feet(4 boxes)
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