Just a Friendly Competition

What’s better than tasting gold-medal winning wines? How about tasting gold-medal winners with a view of the Golden Gate? That’s right, it’s almost time for one of our favorite tastings of the year: The San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition tasting at Fort Mason.

Fort Mason, San Francisco

Fort Mason, San Francisco

What’s special about this tasting (other than the fabulous location) is the quality of the wines. All of the wines being poured won gold medals or better  We know, there are so many medals for wine these days it gets difficult to keep track of which ones are most important, right? Well this particular wine competition saw over 6,300 wines from 28 states in 2015. This level of participation broke all previous entry records, making the competition the largest judging of American wines in the world. Stiff competition, right?

Well, we are proud to announce (warning: shameless self-promotion ahead) that Imagery did pretty darn well this year and has once again been invited to pour at Fort Mason. The following wines shined for the professional panel of judges, and we’ll be eagerly pouring them this Saturday.

2013 White Burgundy – GOLD
2012 Pallas Cabernet – GOLD
2012 Upper Ridge Malbec – GOLD
2011 Petite Sirah – GOLD
2012 Mourvedre – GOLD
2012 Upper Ridge Tempranillo – DOUBLE GOLD!!

If you plan on attending, make sure you stop by and see us. In case you forgot, it also happens to be Valentine’s Day, and everyone knows sipping wine is romantic so click here to order tickets. We promise, it’s better than calling every restaurant in the city for a last-minute reservation. We hope to see you there!

San Francisco Wine

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