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2019 SFCWC Public Tasting
The skies cleared for 3,500 attendees for the 2019 SFCWC Public Tasting at Fort Mason Center in San Francisco.
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Announcing the 2019 San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition Medal Winners
There were over sixty-four professional judges, representing various North American wine regions, evaluating over 6,800 wines from over 1,132 wineries for the 2019 San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition.
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Mike Dunne
This year, Dunne shares his insights and tasting notes for each of the 169 Best of Class winners, giving wine consumers an inside look at why these wines were named the best of each category.
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2019 Award Badges Artwork is Available
2019 Badge Overview 2019 SFCWC Award Badges Artwork for Reproduction.
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Judges Determine the Best Wines 2019 San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition Update
The 2019 San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition will have over 6,800 wine entries from over 1,130 wineries from the United States, Canada, and Mexico. These numbers make the San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition the largest wine competition in North America.
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The San Francisco Chronicle is requesting proposals for meal catering during the 2019 wine competition in Cloverdale. See Request For Proposals...
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Tickets are Now Available to the 2019 SFCWC Public Tasting
Advance Tickets to the 2019 San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition Public Tasting are On Sale Now!
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Judges Determine the Best Wines 2019 San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition Update
The competition has established itself as a platform for large and boutique wineries alike to showcase their wines on a national scale and increase sales. We are excited this year to include Canada and Mexico to the 2019 San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition -- now the largest wine competition of North American wines.
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SFCWC North American Wine
“Canada and Mexico wineries will be joining the 2019 San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition”, reports Bob Fraser, Executive Director. “We are tremendously excited to introduce some of these wines to the American public”, reports Fraser. The 2019 Call for Entries and ticket sales for the 2019 San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition Public Tasting at Fort...
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Kent Rosenblum
Kent was one of those A-list judges that had a terrific palate and remarkable sense in evaluating wines. He was always a panel favorite of all the other judges from throughout the country. Just as important, Kent has been the spirit and soul of the San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition...
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