Gold, silver, and bronze are up for grabs this week at Purdue.
The Indiana Wine Grape Council is hosting the 21st annual Indy International Wine Competition.
There are more than 2,600 entries this year, which is several hundred more than last year.
Jeanette Merritt is the Marketing Director for the Council.
She says this year’s contest involves a wider variety of wines.
This year, hard ciders are being judged for the first time.
The drought and hot temperatures have had little impact on wine production in Indiana.