Six Strings Winery Wins Gold and Silver at the San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition. Gary Cornick, former professional musician and partner at Six Strings Winery comments: “We are very pleased to have our wines recognized by the judges at this prestigious wine competition. This is the third year in a row that the wines we entered won awards." The San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition is the largest competition of American wines in the world. All of the wines were evaluated by an elite panel of more than 60 professional wine judges from across the country.

"Recommended. Six Strings Pinot Noir is a ripe, spicy Pinot with raspberry, cherry and rhubarb flavors, capped off by a long, supple finish. Priced fairly for a wine of this quality."
Laurie Daniel - Wine Columnist, San Jose Mercury News

"Senator Jeff Denham just spent three days with us and I suggested your Pinot Noir to his group, they LOVED it. Thought you might like to know."
Sandie Weis - Beverage Director, Ridgemark Golf & Country Club

"Six Strings makes a very nice Pinot Noir. This wine has a lot to offer both the nose and the palette, and is certainly a wine I have to get more of. I’ve given it a “Very Good” rating simply because I’m being conservative. To be honest, I was quite taken by this wine, but I don’t want to give it a higher rating until I have a bottle or two of my own. But suffice it to say, that this is a wine that I would serve at dinner parties and would recommend to friends. To me, it’s that good!"
--- Brendan Delumpa, The PinotPhiles

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