San Francisco Chronicle - 2010 Wine Competition

San Francisco Chronicle - 2010 Wine Competition

Largest Competition of American Wines in the World Reaches New Heights in 2010
(San Francisco, CA, January 2010) – On January 8th, 2010, the San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition concluded the annual week of judging at the Cloverdale Citrus Fairgrounds in Sonoma County, California. Over five days, 63 professional wine experts within the media, restaurant and hospitality, education, winemaking and retail wine industries tasted and evaluated a world-record breaking 4,913 entries, a number that maintains the competition's status as the largest competition of American wines in the world.

Founded in 1983 as the modestly sized Cloverdale Citrus Fair Wine Competition, it has evolved into the San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition while gaining notoriety and national acclaim for its ability to entice thousands of entries from the major wine-producing regions in the United States.


Once Again All Écluse Wines Entered Won Medals!!

GOLD MEDAL

2005 Écluse Cabernet Sauvignon Reserve Lock Vineyard
2006 Écluse “Ensemble”

SILVER MEDAL

2007 Écluse “Improv” Lock Vineyard
2007 Écluse Cabernet Sauvignon Lock Vineyard
2008 Écluse “Prelude”
Blind Dog Midnight Run Cuvée

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