2003 Award Winners, 'Saveur' Texas Hill Country Wine & Food Festival

2003 Who's Who Awards

Presented by the Saveur Texas Hill Country Wine & Food Festival, Texas Monthly magazine, and the Texas Department of Agriculture.

Who's Who in Wine and Food in Texas award:

John Campbell, vice-president, founder, and general manager of the original Central Market

Dine With Texas Wine award:

Michael Vilim, co-owner and general manager, Mirabelle restaurant

Unsung Hero award:

Virginia B. Wood, Food editor, The Austin Chronicle

2003 Authentic Stars of Texas awards

Presented by Saveur magazine to honor the artisans and craftspeople that create and preserve the gastronomic bounty of Texas and help give the Lone Star State its unique flavor.

Sara Sweetser Bolton, founder and cheesemaker, Pure Luck Dairy and Farm (Dripping Springs)

Carol Ann Sayle and Larry Butler, organic farmers, Boggy Creek Farm (Austin)

The Flores Family (Louis Flores and Patricia de los Santos), chorizo makers, Chorizo de San Manuel (Edinburgh)

Joe Cappelo, barbecue pitmaster, Luling City Market (Luling)

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