Lido Bay Takes Home the Gold at the San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition Awards
04 May, 2012
The 2012 SFCWC results are in! Lido Bay had an incredible showing at the San Francisco Chronicle's Wine Competition 2011-2012, taking home a treasure-trove of awards. The 2012 San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition set a new American wine competition record this year with an astounding 5,500 entries, surpassing its previous record of 5,050 last year. For nine consecutive years, this prestigious competition holds strong as the “Largest Competition of American Wines in the World.”
We are excited to announce the Lido Bay wines that won at this prestigious event:
Mercenary 2009 Syrah, Monterey
Mercenary 2009 Cabernet Sauvignon, Monterey
Seven Seas 2010 Viognier, Santa Barbara
Mutiny 2009 Blend, Calaveras
Mercenary 2009 Petite Sirah, Monterey
Bitch Tongue 2008 Tempranillo, Paso Robles
Bitch Tongue 2009 Pinot Noir, Santa Barbara
Seven Seas 2010 Chardonnay, Santa Barbara
Congratulations to all of this year's San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition winners!
About the San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition Awards
Originally founded in 1983, the San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition is the largest wine competition of American wines in the world. The San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition Public Tasting is held annually in February at the Fort Mason in San Francisco. The event is designed for the public to taste the award-winning wines and also to celebrate the achievements of the competition. This year, the San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition had a record-breaking 5,500 wine entries submitted from more than 1,300 wineries throughout 25 states in America. For the list of winners and pictures from the Public Tasting, go to: www.winejudging.com.