San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition 
Award Winners
2010 Inspiration Red (Best of Class)  - SOLD OUT
2010 Petite Sirah (Double Gold) - SOLD OUT
2012 Chardonnay (Double Gold)  - SOLD OUT
2011 Petite Sirah (Silver)
2012 Old Vine Zinfandel (Silver)
2011 Old Vine Zinfandel (Bronze) - SOLD OUT




2014 San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition
 
Heartfelt Wines won big with a solid showing at our first ever SF Chronicle Wine Competition, earning nods for each of four varietals entered. Sixty-five industry experts from across the country judged 5,825 entries during the first week of January at the Cloverdale Citrus Fair in Sonoma, CA. Over 1,500 wineries participated in this prestigious competition, making it the largest competition of American wines in the world. According to the competition directors, Bob and Scott Fraser, “A gold medal winner from a winery within a certain price point signifies that they are within the top ten percent of quality wines in the country.”

Our flagship 2010 Inspiration Red took Best of Class in the “All Red Blends over $35” category! Out of the 78 awards in this category, the 2010 Inspiration Red earned top billing. Approximately two percent of the wines entered across all categories were awarded this honor. Heartfelt’s new 2012 Chardonnay came away with impressive Double Gold honors, as did the 2010 Petite Sirah, in their respective price categories. And our new 2011 Old Vine Zinfandel received a Bronze award.


2016 San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition

Heartfelt Wines came away with another set of medals in the 2016 SF Wine Competition. Our 2012 Old Vine Zinfandel and 2011 Petite Sirah both won again, earning silver accolades. This showing confirms the consistency we strive for in these fine wines year over year.