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WineShop At Home Celebrates a Winning Season

February 13, 2019
WineShop At Home 2019 San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition award-winners. (Photo: Business Wire)
WineShop At Home 2019 San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition award-winners. (Photo: Business Wire)

NAPA, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Feb 13, 2019--In 2018, WineShop At Home, the premier direct to consumer wine company in the nation, had its most winning season ever, earning 45 wine awards and medals from national and international wine competitions.

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WineShop At Home 2019 San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition award-winners. (Photo: Business Wire)

This year, WineShop At Home is already off to a great start, having just received awards for every wine submitted to the 2019 San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition—the largest competition of American wines.

GOLD – Fact California Blush

SILVER – Adorn 2016 Lodi Cabernet Sauvignon-Cabernet Franc

SILVER – Artisan 5 2016 Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon

SILVER – Artisan 5 2014 North Coast Masterpiece

SILVER – Elan Cellars California Reserve Cuvée

SILVER – Joy Cellars 2017 California Gewürztraminer

SILVER – Joy Cellars 2017 California Jubilant

Submissions came from across the country; the 65 judges faced the daunting challenge of evaluating more than 6800 wines that were entered this year. Since first entering this competition in 2016, WineShop At Home has won multiple awards every year, a total of 27 awards including this year’s 7 awards showcasing some of California’s best.

WineShop At Home’s Winemaker, Alexandre Reble, is a native of France and has over 18 years of wine experience working for acclaimed wineries including Petrus, La Fleur Petrus, and Chateau La Tour Carnet. He is passionate about making wines that are known for their unique blends. About their history with the competition Reble says, “The San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition is the largest wine competition of its kind in the U.S. Year after year, we are proud to stand out amongst thousands of competing wines. Our mission is to deliver on sourcing, terroir and overall quality—a level of excellence and value that allows our Wine Consultants across the country to present the top wine tasting experience in the direct selling industry.”

WineShop At Home provides a unique experience that allows you to try before you buy, through hosting an in-home Wine Tasting where you and your friends can sample a variety of wines and learn about what you like. Chances are you’ll discover new favorites in the process.

About WineShop At Home:

WineShop At Home, led by Chairman of the Board, Stan Fredrick II and CEO and President, Jane Creed, is a licensed, bonded California winery headquartered in Napa, California. WineShop At Home produces its own exclusive artisan wine brands under the direction of Winemaker, Alex Reble, who has over 18 years of winemaking experience in France and the United States. The Company’s Independent Wine Consultants present fun, educational Wine Tastings in private homes, helping people over 21 years of age to become more familiar with the world of wine and to feel empowered to love the wines that taste good to them personally – rather than the wines other people “think” they should enjoy.

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CONTACT: Lauren Howes

Marketing Manager

media@wineshopathome.com

707-294-1128

KEYWORD: UNITED STATES NORTH AMERICA CALIFORNIA

INDUSTRY KEYWORD: ONLINE RETAIL RETAIL WINE & SPIRITS

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