Sharpe Hill Vineyard American Oak Chardonnay
 
Fermented in American Oak barrels, this Chardonnay is noted for its complex overtones and smooth finish. It has outscored several famous Napa Valley producers in national and international competitions.

The American Chardonnay has received
21 medals including:

 
Gold Medal - 1999 Tasters Guild International Wine Judging
 
Silver Medal - 1999 San Diego International Wine Judging
 
Silver Medal - 1997, 2001 Tasters Guild International Wine Judging
 
Silver Medal - 1997, 1998, 1999 International Eastern Wine Competition
 
Silver Medal - 2000 L.A. County Fair

 

Sharpe Hill Vineyard Reserve Chardonnay
 
This Chardonnay, made exclusively from grapes grown on the steep slopes of Sharpe Hill, is fermented in French oak barrels. It is made with the
traditional Burgundian techniques of battonage, or stirring of the lees, and full malolactic fermentation. The result is a wine with elegance, balance and structure.

The Reserve Chardonnay has received
5 medals including:

 
Gold Medal - 2001 Tasters Guild International Wine Competition
 
Silver Medal - 2002 Tasters Guild International Wine Competition

 

Sharpe Hill Cabertnet Franc
 
Cabernet Franc is an ancient grape, whose history goes back more than a thousand years. Sharpe hill's wine is a classic example. It is barrel aged for almost two years before bottling.

The Cabernet Franc has received
11 medals including:

 
Silver Medal - 1998, 2000, 2001
Tasters Guild International Wine Judging
 
Silver Medal - 2000 Dallas Morning News Wine Competition

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