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published on January 23, 2017 - 2:15 PM
Written by The Business Journal Staff

A number of local vintners were honored with medals during the annual San Francisco Wine Competition earlier this month.


Hailed as the largest competition of wines in the world, the San Francisco Wine Competition received 7,000 entries from 28 states.

Gold medal winners that are either based locally or made with locally grown grapes include (with bottle price):

Sumner Peck Ranch Winery
Cana-One 2015 Petit Verdot, $15
Cana-One 2015 Viognier, $20

Toca Madera
2015 Mirame Rose, $17

Fresno State Winery
2014 Petrucci’s Crush Red Wine Blend, $30
2014 Tempranillo, $12.95

Silver medal winners

Moravia Wines
2013 Merlot, $20
2013 Med Venner, $30

Old Quarter
2015 Cabernet Sauvignon, $15.99

Toca Madera
2014 Tempranillo, $24
2014 Tempranillo, $32

Fresno State Winery
2015 Pinot Noir, $16.95

Fasi Crest
2013 Syrah, $29

Bronze medal winners:

Elaine’s Vineyard
Dry Rose/Blush, $22

Engelmann Cellars
White Blend Summer Quartet, $18
White Blend RS, $22

Moravia Wines
2015 Albarino, $18

Toca Madera
2014 Cab/Syrah, $24
2015 Moscato, $17
2015 Contigo, $22
2014 Zinfandel, $22
2014 Rhone Blend, $32

Fresno State Winery
2015 Pinot Noir, $16.95

Idle Hour
2012 Syrah Madera County, $26
2012 Syrah Madera County, $32

Dante Robere Vineyard
2014 Madera County Grenache, $33


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