Mazza Vineyards Back for Select ’24 SCCA Podium Parties

Some insist red wines should only be enjoyed with red meats, and white wines are meant to accompany poultry dishes. There are sommeliers who also insist you drink whatever you like no matter what you’re eating. But there’s only one wine to be paired with Sports Car Club of America® victory podium celebrations – that bubbly is Mazza sparkling wine, the “Official Sparkling Wine” supplier to SCCA.

For a ninth consecutive year, Mazza Vineyards again supports SCCA competitors as the exclusive sparkling wine supplier for podium merriments at the Summit Racing Equipment SCCA Road Racing National Championship Runoffs®, as well as Hoosier Racing Tire SCCA Super Tour events. Mazza sparkling wine will also be distributed again to an exalted few at Tire Rack SCCA ProSolo® autocross events.

Mazza’s SCCA Connection

Mazza Vineyards, founded in 1972 by brothers Bob and Frank Mazza, gained prominence after earning awards for their winemaking. Planted in North East, PA, the company also produces high-end spirits and beers. Mazza Vineyards remains the family’s flagship brand, while newer Mazza Chautauqua Cellars and Five & 20 Spirits and Brewing are New York-based efforts today.

SCCA victories taste sweet, indeed, thanks to Mazza Vineyards very own Bob Mazza – a man who has enjoyed SCCA competition. Having triumphed in SCCA racing, he also earned accolades as one of Wine Industry Network’s 10 Most Inspiring People

Those who land outside the podium at the select SCCA events can still grab a bottle of Mazza wine and support a fantastic Club partner because Mazza Vineyards ships their beverages to most states. Shipping is free on orders of more than $50 for SCCA members. Just log into SCCA’s Member Benefits webpage to learn more and discover the special, SCCA-only shipping coupon code.

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SCCA Hall of Famer Dan Gurney is recognized as starting the practice of spraying bubbly on victory podiums following his 1967 “All-American” Le Mans win with Ford and AJ Foyt. That tradition carries on at SCCA events to this very day. But if you want to spray the vin, you got to get yourself a win – or at least a top-three finishing spot.

Photo by Adam Brooks