Sonoma County Harvest Fair Wine Competition

Sonoma County is considered one of the most unique grape growing regions in the world. All kinds of varieties from Burgundy, Bordeaux, Rhone and Tuscany grow with exceptional quality in the hills, valleys and micro climates that constitute the diverse terroir of Sonoma County.

This huge range of high quality grapes naturally attracts many great winemakers so the competition is intense making the Sonoma County Harvest Fair’s annual Wine Competition the largest regional wine competition in the nation.

More than 1,000 wines using Sonoma County Grapes are entered annually in Sonoma County Fair’s Professional Wine Competition.

Judges, 25 of them, come from across the US, and from other countries to sit on a judging panel in three days of blind tastings.

The Harvest Fair Awards Night Gala is the finale of Sonoma County Harvest Fair’s annual Wine Competition.

Williamson Wines Awards

Double Gold - (Best of Class)




Click on the red name to see the wine description or buy the wine. If we are sold out of the medal winning wine this link will take you to the current replacement wine. Our year-to-year consistency in the wines is quite high so we think you might enjoy a current release as much as its medal winning predecessor.