Those medals keep coming!!

We were delighted to once again pick up a number of silver medals at two of the recent Wine Competitions held in the Bay Area. Our popular 2013 Syrah from Amador County scooped a silver medal at both the San Francisco International Wine Competition and the San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition.

In its 36th year, the San Francisco International Wine Competition is one of the world's longest running international wine competitions. It's the largest international wine competition and one of the most influential in the United States and attracted over 4600 entries in 2016.

Similarly, the San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition is hailed the largest competition of American wines in the world. This year there were 7100 entries from 28 states across the country.

Our winners:

San Francisco International Wine Competition*
2013 Syrah, Amador County - Silver
2013 Zinfandel, Russian River Valley - Silver
2013 Aglianico, Amador County - Silver
2015 Chardonnay, St Helena - Silver

San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition
2013 Syrah, Amador County - Silver

*Wines awarded a Silver Medal are outstanding. Showing refinement, finesse and complexity, these wines are among the best examples of their class.