Judges from distinguished North American Wine Regions assessed more than 5,700 red wines from almost 1,100 wineries.
Sep 13, 2022
BURLESON, Texas, September 13, 2022 (Newswire com).
Lost Oak Winery, a family-owned and -run winery in Burleson, Texas, just recently won double gold for its Shiraz Reserve at the distinguished 2022 San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition ( SFCWC).
Since its creation in 2000, the SFCWC has actually turned into one of the world’s best advertised and well-respected white wine competitors, using both massive and store wineries the chance to display their red wines on a larger phase.
In this year’s competitors, more than 5,700 red wines from 1,100 wineries throughout the United States, Canada, and Mexico were assessed by 48 judges from the wine making, education, hospitality and media markets.
Lost Oak’s Shiraz Reserve was among simply a handful of Texas red wines to get the Double Gold Medal acknowledgment. Double Gold suggests a consentaneous choice by a panel of judges.
“Lost Oak continues to put Texas on the map as the fifth-largest wine-producing state in the nation,” stated Roxanne Myers, President ofLost Oak Winery “We were honored to have our Shiraz Reserve acknowledged throughout this year’s competitors, which is a testimony to the commitment of the Lost Oak household and the strength of our Texas white wine market.”
The acclaimed Lost Oak Shiraz Reserve is 14% alcohol and a mix of 3 various harvests from 2016, 2017, and 2018 aged in American andFrench Oak According to its tasting notes: “This terrific Texas Shiraz has an abundant ruby color and flexible legs that hold on to the glass. The arrangement is a lively mix of ripe red berries and soft oak notes. This Shiraz ends up strong with tastes of mocha and caramel tempered with well balanced tannins and a sticking around mouthfeel.”
Over the previous 13 years, Lost Oak Winery has actually grown by 600% ending up being a leader within the Texas white wine market. Having won numerous medals throughout the years, consisting of 41 gold medals and 7 double gold medals in the 2019 SFCWC, is a testimony to the quality of white wine produced by this Lone Star knock-out.
“Texas is among the hardest locations to grow grapes, however with our enthusiasm and our mantra – ‘Nothing is difficult if you think in what you’re doing’ – we continue to make an effect with our red wines,” stated Angela Chapman, Assistant Winemaker at Lost Oak Winery.
To purchase Lost Oak Winery’s acclaimed Shiraz and other red wines, or to ask about including Lost Oak Wine on a white wine list, see www.lostoakwinery.com
About Lost Oak Winery
Inspired by creator Gene Estes’ imagination and enthusiasm in the art of wine making, Lost Oak Winery was established in 2006 in Burleson,Texas The family-operated, woman-owned winery concentrates on French- influenced red wines that are 100%Texas Lost Oak has actually continued its prolonged tradition with awards for its management function in the commitment to and assistance and promo of the Texas white wine market, including its long time association with the Texas Wine andGrape Growers Association To discover more, see www.lostoakwinery.com
Source: Lost Oak Winery